Climbing in Europe
As you can see, I’ve come a long way since being on life support two years ago! It’s definitely better on this side of the grass! Bob Gold 1963
Looking back at our 50th
As we are now 3 months from our 50th reunion, I am still hearing wonderful feedback from classmates. We can attribute success to “chemistry” that evolved, and an unexpected boost from an email “memoir” initiated by Ed Mellick which resulted in many “side bar” comments and reflections from classmates....
East Meets West
Had a brief but wonderful 50th reunion debrief with Ed Mellick, class IT genius, here in our Montana mountains. Climbed nearby Lone Peak (11,166′) giving new meaning to “look to the hills, boys.” Attached picture if you have space. Rumsey Young Class of 1963
Rick Warren ’63 Receives Atlantic Salmon Federation Award
The Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) has selected Richard (Rick) J. Warren ’63 of Bangor ME as the 2012 recipient of the Lee Wulff Atlantic Salmon Conservation Award. For more on this award, visit: http://www.asf.ca/bdn-publisher-receives-salmon-conservation-award.html
An Update from ’63
Tim Balch let us know: “2012-2013 was quite a transition. I have long known that if I lived long enough, I would need an aortic valve replaced. And so, on Nov 6 it was done. I was discharged on Nov 11 (our wedding anniversary), and readmitted on Nov 13,...
News from ’63
Bob Kniffin reports: “After six years as a high school classroom history teacher, I joined the Academic Support Team at Lawrence Academy in Groton as a history and expository writing tutor. Five years later, I find myself as a full-time writing tutor at both Lawrence and the Groton School....