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Betty Eastman Peyton survived the Florida hurricanes without a scratch. She spent Christmas with son Jay, enjoying Denver’s warmest Christmas on record.
Ruth Jones Lindsay’s family has settled close enough so she can keep tabs on them—included are a couple of college students, a couple of social workers, and an active young man who works as an auto mechanic, landscaper, and police dispatcher.
I attended a two-day reunion with former campers and counselors from a camp I worked at for several summers. The camp has been closed since 1976, so the youngest person there was close to forty, and there were several in their eighties. Honey Coburn, Dot Ullman Brown, and I worked there in 1938 and ’39. I was surprised to learn so many former campers had gone to Skidmore. It was a heartwarming and exciting experience, almost as good as one of our college reunions.