Steve Curley planned to move to West Yarmouth on the Cape for full-time living by February. He plans to be at the reunion along with Mike Silverberg, Phil Shea, and the original Jersey Boy, Ray Berberian. * Peter Henderson had a bout with blood clots last year—the day before he was to fly to Maine to join the Colby Eight for singing at reunion. Fortunately Pete is now doing well, but he wants us to know that no matter how fit and healthy you are, the likelihood of clots is much higher as you get older, so you must not sit for extended lengths of time.* Mike Silverberg reports that plans for the 55th are well underway. He looks forward to seeing a lot of us in June. Mike continues to work full time and enjoys the time spent in business. He regularly sees or speaks with Steve Curley, Hank Silverman, Dick Fields ’61, and Ron Weber. * Chet Lewis and his wife visited their older daughter and her husband in Minnesota and went to the Minnesota State Fair. He is looking forward to the next class reunion. * Bob Haggett and his wife, Lucie, spend most of their travel time visiting children and grandchildren in Massachusetts, upstate New York, and Iowa. On their annual trip to Iowa for Thanksgiving, the highlight for Bob was attending the Patriots-Packers game in Green Bay with his son and two grandchildren. He thought he would stand out like a sore thumb wearing his Patriots sweater, but there were at least 3,000 Patriots fans at the game! He continues to substitute teach several days a week in the Saco and Kennebunk (Maine) school districts. He hopes to see many of you at reunion. * Ken Nigro looks forward to baseball season. He helped out at the Red Sox Fantasy Camp in Fort Myers in January and planned to do some scorekeeping and other work when spring training rolled around. Ken is going to Savannah, Ga., for a short trip in March. * Hilary and Dick Lucier are both in good health. He suffers from the daily aches and pains of a 78-year-old, but nothing serious. They visit the United Kingdom several times a year and enjoyed three balmy weeks in Italy around Thanksgiving, including dining outdoors. * Maren Stoll Fischer, Gail Harden Schade, Carlene Daisy Kelleher, and Marion Porter Potter have a picture of the four of them in front of the Sydney Opera House in Australia. Maren is planning another trip to the jungles of Costa Rica in April. * Skip ’59 and Joan Crowell Tolette spend time with Keet ’59 and Bev Johnson Arnett in Vero Beach and also visited with Val and Bob Marier in February. They enjoyed Skip’s 55th reunion and hope to attend Joan’s in June. * Bette and Dick Peterson traveled to Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico, in January to visit a Mount Holyoke classmate of Bette’s. It was a great week of reading books and playing golf every day, plus beach time. After returning, they planned to be in Florida for two months to escape the Northeast cold. They see daughter Wendy and her family in Needham, Mass., every six weeks or so. They look forward to the 55th and hope to see many classmates there. * Eunice Buckholtz Spooner has had a wonderful year with her many exchange students, her sons and grandchildren, and cruises to the Caribbean and the Baltic, as well as a trip to San Francisco. Starting in June she will be serving on the school board. * Hope to see many of you at our 55th!