Al Dean reports that since the second 55th reunion he attended with wife Kay (German) ’59, they have cruised the Baltic Sea with stops in Amsterdam, Oslo, Copenhagen, Berlin, Riga, Tallinn, St. Petersburg, Helsinki, and Stockholm. They planned to embark on a winter-escape cruise with Judy (Ingram) ’60 and Doug Hatfield and Wendy McWilliam Denneen ’60, traveling from San Diego to Mexico, through the Panama Canal, and on to Fort Lauderdale. Al continues emceeing the Sunday Jazz Matinee on WICN. After flying for 49 years Al called it quits with the sale of the plane he had built, but he is having a lot of fun flying models. * From Ann Wieland Spaeth: “My days of skiing, my favorite sport, are over. I managed to break my hip falling from a small kitchen ladder when trying to clean dead bugs from a glass cover on a kitchen ceiling light. If anyone can think of a dumber way to be out of action, let me know.” Ann sees Kate Knight Hall frequently and reports her humor is still in good form. * I hope you all noticed in the last issue of Colby that the Franklin Community Health Network (Farmington, Maine) recognized the work of Peter Doran by awarding him the Community Health Leadership Award for “his commitment to improving the health of community members and for his pioneering work in health education.” Our congratulations, Peter! * Last year Ted and Sally Howes Hansen enjoyed an eight-day trip up the Hudson River from New York City with 30 other Road Scholars. Visits included the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome in Red Hook, the Clermont and Olana historic sites, the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in Saratoga Springs, and the Olympic Center in Lake Placid. * Thanks for writing everyone. Have a fantastic spring!