Hi, classmates of the greatest generation, Class of ’51. I have heard from several of our classmates, now known as the survivors. * John Linscott is still playing jazz concerts in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. I hope that alumni in that area, like Joan Cannel and others, have heard his great music. * Dan Hall writes from Duxbury, Mass., home of some big sharks, that he and Lorrie had a wonderful time with his youngest son and his wife in Scotland, where they traveled for a visit. Son Ted and his wife live in Edinburgh, where they both teach at a a private school. * Fred Boyle stopped writing books about genealogy and joined a senior theater group in Sanford and Springdale, Maine. He also teaches American history at a senior college. * Bill Miller is raising dressage horses in Brewster, Mass. Sorry I missed him when we were in Orleans—maybe next year. I stopped by the Olde Wharf Inn to visit Charlie Tobin, but he was not present. Sorry, Charlie—stay well! * Richard Nemrow changed his e-mail to email@example.com. Send him a note. * Lorraine (Arcese) ’54 and George Wales send their best to all classmates. * Bob Morrow sent me a wonderful book about his many years as the founder of the Tools for Freedom training program. I wish everyone in our class could receive a copy of this book, and I credit Bob for doing so much to improve the lives of so many people. Jackie Robinson once said that your life isn’t worth much unless you have a positive effect on other lives. Bob has done that for sure. Thanks again, Bob—you are my hero! * I still get a lot of terrific e-mails from Walt Russell, our most active classmate, as he attends our reunions every year possible. * Jane and I hosted our family members at our annual summer retreat on Cape Cod. We are both in our mid-80s and still enjoy the summers with our eight grandchildren and four super sons. Life has been good to us, and we hope for the same for all of our friends and my Colby classmates. I still play as much golf as the weather allows and will go down swinging. All the best to all of our ‘51 classmates from me, Chet Harrington, in Villanova, Pa., and still on Outpost Hill, where we built our home in 1970.