Jennifer Williams Ketay Brock writes: “It’s been quite a while since my last submission of news to the BAM, so there’s quite a bit to share. I also want to share good news and bad news of some of our other classmates. The bad, actually sad, news first; last spring, in our local Allentown newspaper, the Morning Call, I found an obituary for a classmate whom I dated briefly during our sophomore year, Winslow (Win) Tweed ’62. (His obituary appears in the November-December BAM). I’m sorry that we didn’t reconnect via the Brown Club of Eastern Pennsylvania, founded in 2011. The good news is my recent reconnection with Anne Goldwater Landis at her ongoing one-woman show at the Stover Mill Gallery in Erwinna, Pennsylvania, in early August. Anne has been painting in transparent watercolors for many years. Following her retirement from teaching about 15 years ago she’s been able to devote more time to painting, and the gallery was full of examples of her lively and colorful work. We enjoyed catching up with each other at the show. Other good news; classmate Andrea Whitaker Baumann, now living with husband Walt at a retirement home in Virginia, continues to teach strength and exercise classes to seniors in Arlington County, a career she started 25 years ago. Two of her three grandkids are off to college soon. And Leslie Leopold Sucher and husband Arnie are hanging in on Long Island, enjoying visits from daughters and a grandson. We hope to soon revive our in-person visits in Manhattan, though that will depend on the status of COVID in the area. Please, fellow classmates, start contributing to our Class Notes in the BAM! From the lack of entries for our class, you would think we had all rolled over and slunk off into the night. The younger classes are doing amazing things, and so are many of us. Wave the flag for ’63 and send in news of what you’re doing—in addition to letting your classmates know what you’re up to, it will give inspiration for those younger than we that life isn’t over at 80 (unless, of course, it really is), and that we are engaged in vital activities of personal and societal value.