Pauline “Pi” Ryder Kezer ’63 was elected president of the Alden Kindred of America in August. Alden Kindred seeks to preserve the legacy of the Pilgrims, honor the memory of Mayflower passengers John Alden and Priscilla Mullins, preserve the 350-year-old Alden family home, and make public the history of “America’s first couple.” * At age 72, Ralph Kimball ’63 is still playing competitive ice hockey. Kimball, who played at Colby, credits his teenage grandson with getting him back on the ice after 45 years in the stands. He’s been playing for four years, skating three mornings a week and participating in tournaments and the Massachusetts Senior Games. * In November Connie Miller Manter ’63 was named 2014 TOP Fellow of the Year at the National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference in Boston. The award is given to a social studies educator who has traveled to Germany with the Goethe Institute’s Transatlantic Outreach Program and who demonstrates superior written work, leadership, enthusiasm for teaching about modern Germany, and collaboration with other educators to strengthen German-American relations.