Melvin Anderson has written a book, Diabetes? What’s That? (AEG Strategic and Eloquent Publishing). The book is based on his unusual medical experience: Just one week after his 80th birthday, Melvin was diagnosed with Type 1—also known as “juvenile”—diabetes.
Roger Cason ’52 (MS) was elected to a two-year term as president of the mid-eastern region of the National Model Railroad Association.
Chesley Kahmann has released a CD, Prayer at Nightfall (Orbiting Clef Productions), on which she performs a collection of 18 sacred and spiritual songs with her longtime singing group, the Interludes. The recording is the third volume in a series of six CDs of Kahmann’s songs called The Kahmann Touch.
Barbara Tennant Phelps ’60N sends a photo and an update. In December she married George William Hart in Altamont Springs, Fla. In attendance were Sue Washeim Brown ’60N, ’63N (MS) and Carolyn Ernst Bryant. The wedding was “a great occasion for a minireunion,” Barbara writes.