Andy Anderson tells of a great dinner in April that Warren ’57 and Babs Faltings Kinsman, Naomi and Andy Anderson, Sherry and Don Rice, Jean and Dick Campbell ’58, and Pam and Karl Honsberger had at Cat Island Grill, Sanctuary Golf Course, in Beaufort, S.C. Dick, Karl, and Andy had served in the Marines. The Andersons and Kinsmans live on Dataw Island, the Rices on Spring Island, the Campbells close to Beaufort and Hilton Island, the Honsbergers formerly in Blufton, now in Ormand Beach. On April 25 they will celebrate the Kingsmans 56th anniversary. * Joan Kyritz O’Rourke is a busy volunteer: Fort Lauderdale Film Festival, the Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale garden clubs, and 10 weeks doing taxes for AARP. She attended a play at the Hyde School in Bath; her grandson had a leading role. She is going to Berlin for a week to locate the German town Kyritz, after which she will take an 18-day tour of Eastern Europe. * Hope Palmer Bramhall visited Kathy McConaughy Zambello’s camp on Damariscotta Lake; Ruthann Simmonds Mac Kinnon was also there. Then on to Southport Island, Boothbay, to see Barbara Nardozzi Saxon and Rosemary Crouthamel Sortor. She hopes for a mini reunion in Portland! * From North Carolina, Robert Weiss is fine and tells of his impending trip to Toronto to celebrate his son’s 50th birthday. He has not been back to Colby in 30 years. Well, our 60th is just around the corner! * Jim Cobban and wife Phyllis have for 10 years lived at Masthope (Pa.) Mountain Community, an open community with its ski mountain (Big Bear) and a good stable of horses among its amenities. Previously they lived on Lake Bomoseen in Vermont. The bulk of his career was spent on Wall Street as an equity trader for institutional accounts at financial firms. Masthope is close enough to NYC for frequent visits. He would like to get together with anyone in the area. * Yvonne Noble’s son and daughter arranged for her and husband Hugh a wonderful 80th birthday party at a grade-one Tudor country house hotel in Devon, England. Cookie Kiger Allen came from Princeton, N.J. Amy Smith, daughter of the late Janice Holland Smith ’54, also made the trip. * Lucy Blainey Groening had a fabulous three-week trip through Southeast Asia with her son, who lives in Jakarta, Indonesia. They visited Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Singapore, and Indonesia. Highlights included 15 minutes with a full-grown tiger in his cage, elephant riding along the Mekong River, a cooking class in Chiang Mai, the botanic gardens, Singapore, and the French colonial city Luang Prahang, Laos. They celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Singapore sling at the Long Bar, Raffles Hotel. * Kathy McConaughy Zambello and her cousin visited Janet Nordgren Meryweather in Salisbury Cove, Maine, and explored Mt. Desert Island, after which they had lobster rolls on the deck with the “best-ever iced tea”—the recipe from Jean Hawes Anderson ’55. Next day brought a trip Downeast to Eastport, Quoddy Head, and Campobello Island, all bucket-list destinations. * It is with some sadness that I have retired, after 33 years, from teaching French and Latin at Darien (Conn.) High School. It was time to quit when I had former students’ children in my classes (including Russell Parnon, the Sortors’ grandson). Being with young students who, for the most part, appreciated learning was most fulfilling professionally. Plain and simple, I loved my work. Now, different ways to enjoy life!