Lots to cover, so here goes! * Barbara and Marc Stahl are busy at home on Cape Cod, where Marc is a member of the Eastham planning board and water commission and—the fun part—plays golf at the Captains Golf Course in Brewster. This past year they enjoyed a cruise from Barcelona to Rio de Janeiro, and they look forward to a month’s cruise from Cape Town, South Africa, to Singapore. * Over in New Hampshire, Bob Pettegrew continues to work full time at his management consulting business, to play piano gigs, and to do TV and radio commercials. He has a piano camp for adults every June. Any late bloomers ready to give Mozart a try? * Nancy and John Conkling traveled to Greece and Israel last fall to visit an “old” high school classmate and his wife who live in Jerusalem and have a home on an island off the Greek coast. It was a new adventure every day for two weeks. In February the Conklings headed for the Big Sky ski area in Montana and then to Salt Lake City for 12 days of skiing, all with the 70-plus ski club. Now, that’s a club! * Diane Jensen Snow writes that she and her husband still live in Sewickley, Pa., and since retirement have taken up cruising. Diane would love to live on board. Their three children are scattered around the country, so they see their six grandsons infrequently—except for those who love Pittsburgh and spend most of the summer with them. * Karen (Breen) ’58 and Dick Krasnigor have lived on Callawassie Island, a private golf community between Hilton Head and Beaufort in South Carolina, for 16 years. After taking many cruises to Europe, Asia, Australia, and South America, the K’s are becoming homebodies and are spending more time with their 13 grandchildren, who range from 24 years to two months. Dick and Karen are in good health and enjoy playing golf many times a week. * Mikki Chomicz Manno and her daughter enjoyed a ”once in a lifetime” pilgrimage to the Holy Land in March. They were preparing to sing duets for their music club in May. * Pat Martin Maloney found that moving from her 11-room house of 40 years into a five-room condo was an “interesting” (I would say traumatic) experience. She is now in Glastonbury, Conn., with a view of the Connecticut River from her kitchen window, but the best part is that many longtime friends are now her new neighbors. * Last fall found Arlette and Mac Harring traveling to Iceland and then, for a complete change of pace, to South Carolina, where they spent two days in the BMW Performance Driving School. They worked in 57 days of skiing, including in Colorado and Utah, and are now looking forward to a 10-day river cruise through Burgundy and Provence, France. Their bucket list is getting shorter. Stay tuned! * Allan van Gestel is now arbitrating one of his most interesting cases yet. He is chairing two separate panels that will decide on the surrounding community agreements between the towns of West Springfield and Longmeadow, Mass., on one side and MGM Grand on the other. MGM Grand is the applicant for a major casino to be built in Springfield, and a lot hangs in the balance for that part of the state. * Our space for this issue is used up, so must run!