3/5:  I've been remiss once again with the birthdays, and anniversaries.  My apologies.  I left my calendar home when we went to Tybee.
In January, we had 2 birthdays - Mike Finnerty (finally turned 70 - I think the last one); and Dan Baumgartner.
In February, we had 2 anniversaries, and 1 birthday.  Nina (Wolfson) and Lou Meyer; and Ted and Lou Ann Mallozzi celebrated anniversaries.  Anne (Breglia) Tacoma celebrated a birthday.  
In March, we have 2 birthdays, and 1 anniversary.  Rosemary (Hadden) Decatur, and Nina (Wolfson) Meyer celebrate their birthdays.  Pat (Comer) and Mario Mesa celebrate their anniversary.
Best wishes to all of you above.  
3/11:  Got an email from Diane.  She and Alan Got together with Anita and Tony over in FL.
                                  From the left:  Anita, Tony, Alan, Diane
3/29:  Rosemary was talking with Anita yesterday, and learned that Minnie (Cargain) Frederickson had passed away.  I don't have any of the details.
If someone knows, email me   rdecatur@comcast.net

4/11:  Just back from Branson, MO.  Had a great trip with the McIntyres, Pritchets, and Camallos.  Pictures below:
At Big Cedar Lodge.  Left to right: Jim McIntyre, Leah (Knapp) McIntyre, Dot (Stolzenberger) Pritchet, Walt Pritchet, Bob Decatur, Rosemary (Hadden) Decatur, Marlene (Jurkovics) Camallo, and Ken Camallo.
Just one birthday to recognize during the month of April (at least, that's all I've been informed about).  Valerie (Hart) Esterly turns 39.  Best wishes to my website partner in crime.

4/12:  Diane emailed that Pat (Comer) Mesa's book has been published.  Good luck with it, Pat!
                   The Branson Belle
     Marlene, Dot, Leah, and Rosemary
              Jim, Walt, Bob, and Ken
May 3:  We have 2 birthdays this month:  John Roger and Kathi (Scanlon) Smith.  Happy birthday to both of you, and many happy returns.

May 29th:  Rose and I have finally decided upon a date for the annual "summer reunion."  It will be on Saturday, August 2nd, with a rain date of Sunday, August 3rd.  Hope to have a crowd here at the pond.

On a sad note, Joe Bellucci is not doing well.  He has brain cancer.  I will keep you up-to-date when I hear anything further.

May 30th:  A group got together up in Hopewell Junction for lunch, and to visit with Dot (Stolzenberger) and Walt Pritchet who came up from their home in Florida to visit with family.  It was good seeing everyone again.  See picture below:
From left to right:  Alan Woermann, Diana (Opperman) Woermann, Rosemary (Hadden) Decatur,  Bob Decatur, Dave Dugas, Christine (Lacina) Dugas, Sue Roger, John Roger,
Dot (Stolzenberger) Pritchet, and Walt Pritchet.