Bill Ames is mainly concerned with his health and spending time with his children, but he does play tennis occasionally and has discovered “the elliptical” at the local YMCA. * Nancy Weller Brown feels very fortunate to be living in Appleton, Maine, where she spends a good deal of time working at the town’s library, historical society, and elementary school. Nineteen of Nancy’s five sons, three daughters, 14 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren were with her for Christmas. She is very happy to have attended our 60th reunion. She thought the art museum was gorgeous and the campus huge! Her memories of the early ’50s are quite different, but such happy ones. * Karl and Merrillyn Healey Decker report that they had a vacation at Bass Harbor, Maine, and a shorter one on Cape Cod. She continues her work with the AAUW book group and global issues study while Karl has spent two sessions at the Vermont College of Fine Arts studying writing and will return this spring to work on his first novel, which is set in a small Vermont town in the 1930s. * Dick Leerburger wrote to me about the passing of Niels Raiha, who had established quite a reputation in Finland for pediatric research. Dick has a second home on a hilltop in Chester, Mass., where he and Julie spend quite a bit of time. * Joy Slovin Rubin’s family meets in Lakeville, Conn., (my neck of the woods) every Thanksgiving for a family reunion at the Interlake Inn. A recent hip replacement has slowed her down a lot and was the reason for her absence from our last reunion. Joy’s very happy memories of her time at Colby are the reason for an increased heartbeat when she spots the occasional Colby sticker on a car. * Helen Cross Stabler took six classes her last semester at Colby to make up for a failed typing/shorthand course she had taken in the first semester. Her most vivid memories are of the Shakespeare course taught by Mark Benbow. Judy Jenkins Totman recalls dropping that same typing/shorthand class during her senior year. * Bill Ames and I attended the funeral of Gordon Williams, husband of Mary Belden Williams. Carol MacIver Murphy sat behind us. * I remember with extreme gratitude Lucille Pinette’s generous gift to me of a “C” in first semester calculus so that I could continue as a math major. She was the second-best teacher I ever had. * I wish for everyone a most happy and healthy 2015.