Ken Nigro will heading to the Dominican Republic again for 10 days in July to help with a Red Sox kids’ camp. Ten American kids and 10 Dominican kids work in a poor village in the morning and then play baseball in the afternoon. He is also heading to St. Louis in August to see the Red Sox play the Cardinals. Ken is hoping that work has begun on a 2015 reunion. * Liz Boccasile Mavis flew north to celebrate significant birthdays with Judy Ingram Hatfield, Wendy McWilliam Denneen, Debbie Wilson Albee, and Charlotte Wood MacPhetres. Charlotte picked her up at the Providence airport and they spent three delightful days in Old Saybrook, Conn. Then they joined the New Hampshire women for a few days in Newport, where Wendy’s nephew loaned his wonderful house. After all that fun Liz headed off to her West Coast home in Oceanside, Calif., for the summer. She plans to return to Venice in the fall. * Ron Weber attended the reception for President Adams in Palm Beach, Fla. There were about 80 people from many classes. He saw a lot of old friends from other classes as well as some from 1960. Gale and Mike Silverberg were visiting, and they got together a couple of times for dinner. Barbara and Ron will celebrate their 60th anniversary in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, with four couples, four grandsons, and respective spouses. * Mike Silverberg is still working full time and very happy doing so. Gale and Mike are going on a Baltic cruise this summer and have also rented a house on Block Island, so he is getting plenty of time off. Health is reasonably good. Mike is involved in a fight with prostate cancer and seems to be winning. He sees Hank Silverman ’61, Dick Fields ’61, and Steve Curley. Mike also mentioned that we are just one year away from our 55th. Life is good. * Lucky Christov remembers spring at Colby. He used to sit on the third-floor balcony of the DU house catching some rays and looking out over Johnson Pond. Perhaps planning a trip to Bar Harbor or Camden for some beach activity and Maine lobsters. He remembers a pound lobster off the boat was about $2. Last time he saw lobsters on a menu in California they were $20-30 for the same size, but those were the local Pacific variety with no claws. Lucky would try that Colby experience again and perhaps show more appreciation as to how good it really was. He feels okay but has been better. * I (Jane Holden Huerta) am still in Sarasota, Fla., and visit our sons, Juan and Jon, as often as possible. Juan’s daughter, Victoria, is our only grandchild, and she has just turned 2. I know that many of you have great-grandchildren older than that. When I visit them in Vegas, I am usually too tired to go to the casinos after playing with her all day. We are fortunate to visit Jon and his wife in NYC, where I get to see Joanne Price Rockett. I am still working two days a week at the local bridge club as a director. Husband Juan and I will celebrate our 45th anniversary in June. We are both healthy. I also see my cousin Susan Macomber Vogt and her husband, Dick ’58. They are both well.