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It has been fun to receive updates from some of you. I heard from a few classmates who couldn’t make it to our mini-reunion on Pawley’s Island in spring 2013. GINNY HESDORFER Maxwell said, “Tom and I are leaving to go to Stuart FL for 3 months. We will be returning to Richmond the first of April. I know it will be lots of fun and the inn will be terrific.” And from CARPIE GOULD Coulbourne: “I am sorry that I can’t make the reunion. I will be moving to Raleigh at that time. I hope you all have a grand time together.” TERRY GEGGIE Fridley was looking forward to seeing everyone. JUDY LIPES Garst sends word of a family vacation. “The Greenbrier Hotel had Virginia special weekend rates and events for people from the Virginias in February, and Reid and I went for a visit with our son, Reid, and his wife, LISA DRESSLER Garst ’88. The hotel has opened the Bunker area to the public (built to accommodate the White House staff and legislature during the Cold War) and added gambling.” HONEY INGLESH Shepperd writes, “I recently had a happy surprise visit from SANDY DINGESS Potter. She was in San Antonio for medical tests, and we spent most of a day together talking about Mary Baldwin. Since I have quite a few letters from [former English professor] Dr. Marshall Brice, we read many of them aloud and reminisced about that remarkable teacher. I always have felt so fortunate to have been one of his students.” JUDY THOMPSON Hatcher writes, “I received a great Christmas card from LYNNE FOBES Marion. The card was unsigned, but then there was this little piece of pink paper that read: “A big P.S.: I sold my house December 19. We bought a house December 28, and I move from one to the other January 27. Bud and I marry March 6.” I think I speak for many when I say we can’t wait to hear to rest of that story!