Joyce Smith has moved on to her second career, working as a legal proofreader for the Maine legislature. Her teaching days are over. For enjoyment, Joyce sings with the Androscoggin Chorale in Lewiston and travels as often as possible, usually with her buddy Spence Wright ’74. * Keeping it in the family, John Mosley’s daughter Sarah joined him as a partner in the Mosley Financial Group, a holistic financial planning and investment management firm. John’s wife, Carol, is director of marketing and client services. John is actually thinking of ending his streak of reunion nonattendance by attending our 40th in June. * After spending five months last year biking in France, Becky and Buck Drew are planning to rent road bikes during our reunion weekend. Anyone is welcome to join them. Buck feels that somehow those beautiful Maine roadways did not get the attention they deserved while he was a student. He attributes that to the responsibility of keeping up the KDR GPA weighing too heavily on him. * Alan Berry has taken a leave of absence for several months from his job teaching math at the Emma Willard School in Troy, N.Y., a girls’ boarding and day school. He and his wife, Sarah Dailey ’74, are spending time in a contemplative (Christian) monastic community in Northumberland, England. They are both well and happy, especially being grandparents of two, Clay and Kitrin, who live near Seattle. Alan wishes that they would be back for our 40th reunion, but their stay in England precludes their availability. Y Keep an eye out for Marty Womer and his new-to-him 2007 Airstream trailer! He has plans to take genealogical field trips to places where his ancestors lived in the Northeast. He has already spent several hours photographing gravestones of his Colton ancestors in Longmeadow, Mass., and plans to return to spend more time exploring his roots. With the discovery that some of his father’s ancestors came over from Northern Ireland in 1849, Marty signed up for a trip, sponsored by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, to Belfast, Northern Ireland, to learn more about his Irish background. Be sure to ask Marty about his findings at our 40th reunion in June. * Joanne and Rod Jones are planning to attend our upcoming reunion. Rod is looking forward to seeing what new hazards have been built in the frolf course! Life is good with the Jones family in Montreal, where Rod is still in shipping. All three of their children are in shipping, too, so there is never a lack of conversation at family get-togethers. Oldest daughter Kim ’05 was recently engaged, so they are all looking forward to a summer wedding. Rod is hoping to see lots of ’75ers in June! As are all your class officers and 40th-reunion committee members. No doubt, you noticed the mention of our 40th reunion several times in this column. Hint, hint! Hope to see as many of you as possible who can make the trip to Colby for Reunion Weekend June 4-7!