Judy Thompson Lowe is very active. In April she moved to a retirement community in Gainesville, Fla., where she will stay in her “little cottage” as long as she can continue to drive; June found her in New York City visiting her daughter; in July she attended three Red Sox baseball games in St. Pete with a nephew; in August she was in Buffalo, N.Y., celebrating a birthday with her twin sister; September found her back in NYC to attend demonstrations at the United Nations climate summit with Carol Dyer Wauters; then she went to visit her daughter who just moved to Connecticut. Whew! * Anne Thoman Scanlon sends her thanks for the reunion picture and wishes that she could recognize everyone in the photograph. * Lindon Christie and his friend, Gloria, had a grand time at reunion but plan to stay in a hotel for our 65th. * There are 22 members of our class in the reunion photo (sent via e-mail), so at least that many of us returned to Colby for our last appearance as the Class of 1954. Henceforth we will be members of the Golden Mules. Having Professor Dick Gilman and his delightful companion, Michele Clark, with us made the reunion extra special for yours truly. As usual, the event was staged in spectacular fashion, seemed to run flawlessly, and, I think, was thoroughly enjoyed by all. What follows is my attempt to name those who appear in the class photo. Apologies to those I might misidentify. Back row: Lindon Christie and Robert Thurston; next: Bob Jacobs, Al Obery, Mary Pilon Obery, Diane Stowell Duce, Art Eddy, Arthur Commings; next: Sue Johnson, Lois McCarty Carlson, Richard Fornaciari Firna, John Krusell; next: Tom Hunt, Arlene Rosenthal Sacks, Karl Dornish, Carolyn Perron Hennig, Ned Shenton, Al Joseph; next: Vic Scalise, Dorothy Beck De Loach, C. MacDonald Grout, Judy Jenkins Totman. * I had the privilege of representing the class at the Boardman Service during reunion—my first time in attendance. It was a most moving experience. I highly recommend it to anyone who returns for another reunion.