Greetings, classmates, and thanks to those of you who actively participated in this column. * While Marian Leerburger would have loved to attend reunion—along with her dad, Benedict ’54, who is celebrating his 60th—she was instead heading to watch her daughter, Katie, compete in a regional gymnastics meet prior to nationals in July. * Bernd and Kaiya Vittands Hefele are getting ready for retirement. They’re planning to open a culinary shop in New Jersey specializing in gourmet cheeses from around the world. * Cecil Holstein is still residing in Germany, where he is CEO of Helkselspringen, AG. * Jay ’81 and Maureen “Moe” Hagerty Polimeno were heading to Colby to attend their daughter’s graduation. Aimee ’14 was captain of the softball team. Moe also recently connected with Barbara Duncan Marchetti and her family. * Joe Valle has been married to his college girlfriend, Michele, for 28 years. They raised their family in Swampscott, Mass., but have been spending time watching their youngest son, Billy, play lacrosse for Bowdoin. Their oldest son is playing in the band WET, which was touring in London as I prepared this column. Their daughter is going to Spain to teach for a year after graduating magna cum laude from Northeastern. On a personal note, I can vouch for the fact that Joe is a great litigator and has been a partner at Riemer and Braunstein in Boston for 25 years. * Jenny “Wardo” Ward Collins couldn’t come to reunion because her son was graduating from Dartmouth. We’ll miss you. * Val Miller Brancato is living in NY and contemplating a run for city council. * Congratulations to Dave Rocco on a successful surgery and best wishes for a quick recovery! * Warren Burroughs, Craig Alie, and yours truly are involved in Agassiz Village, a nonprofit camp in Maine for economically disadvantaged Boston-area children. * Since John and Deb Pazary Ayer will soon be empty nesters, Deb has decided to try her hand at amateur auto racing and will soon be attending training at Skip Barber Racing in Lime Rock, Conn. I hope to see as many of you as possible at reunion.