You were all so great in responding to my questionnaire that our column has been the envy of other correspondents! Many thanks again. * Charles Cotton writes from Hermon, Maine, where a year ago he was the third oldest male in the town of 6,000. Charlie has three children and five grandchildren. One of his daughters and her husband own four Tim Horton franchises. After many different jobs, Charlie ended up teaching at Presque Isle High School, and while there he was one of three teachers to start the first adult ed classes. In addition he farmed, growing vegetables for several large stores and restaurants. He now lives in a community complex with lots of kids, whose athletic events he enjoys attending. He rides his bike daily, weather permitting, and gives a helping hand to anyone who needs it. * Carleton Porter and his wife now live in a retirement community—Emeritus at Cherry Hill in Danvers, Mass. They have four children. * Priscilla Pomerleau Fhem wrote that in July 2013 she moved to Elim Park in Cheshire, Conn. She passed away on Aug. 20, 2014. * Mary Helen “Mike” Wilson Miller sent a long e-mail dated August 25, 2013, that I’m excerpting: “Along with many other classmates, my husband (Roland) and I belong to the baby-boomer-parent generation. We boast five children, 10 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Our oldest grandchild is 33 years old, and our newest is just four months. We have just returned from a month at our beloved camp at Beech Hill Pond in Otis, Maine. Our yearly pilgrimages to Maine usually include visits with Jinny Young Ellis and Mary-Louise “Lou” Roberts Friberg. A regular visit to our daughter in Florida also gives me the opportunity to reconnect with Jean Maloof Naman. We retired 14 years ago to Manotick, an interesting village just on the outskirts of Ottawa. We still live in our own home but find it increasingly hard to maintain (we can’t really move because he, a scholar and retired professor, has too many books!). We are in the process of writing our joint memoirs. I continue to play lots of bridge, read voraciously and indiscriminately, and try to travel somewhere new and interesting every year. I’m involved in a local tearoom run exclusively by seniors and a women’s service club in Ottawa. Our latest grand adventure was to the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico to celebrate our 60th anniversary last January.” * Bob Tonge reports that he has three children, all of whom went to Colby, and eight grandchildren. He keeps busy tending his garden and playing tennis. He’s a trustee at Unity College and a former chair. He’s traveled—to England, Dubai, Hong Kong, China, and Japan, as well as on a camel trip in the Saudi desert. Closer to home he sails the coast of Maine. * Frances Nourse Johnston lives in Havenwood Heritage Heights in Concord, N.H., where she is involved in a book club, bridge, and cultural programs. She enjoys having two daughters, five grandchildren, and one great-grandchild in the area and participating in their activities. One grandson rode his bike from New Hampshire to California to raise money for MS, and another is in the Peace Corps in Morocco. She keeps in touch with Mary Bauman Gates and her four-year roommate, Honey Hathaway. * Six of us—Jean Sheppard Silva, Burt Silberstein, Bob Sage, Carol Carpenter Bisbee, Charlie Rastelli, and I—made it to our 65th reunion. You were all represented by Jean, Burt, and me as we carried our banner through the honor guard of classes. We had an enjoyable dinner together, but we missed you all!