City of Cambridge and Cambridge Public Schools elected officials past and present, as well as a large group of city Employees bid farewell to retiring City Manager Robert W. Healy at a special ceremony at City Hall on June 20. This was one of a number of events to honor Healy who has dedicated almost four decades to public service. He leaves behind a great legacy but told city department heads and city employees at the gathering that they were a big part of his legacy with their level of professionalism and commitment to public service. Although Healy is retiring on June 30, he won’t be away from Cambridge for very long. Healy will begin a Fellowship at Harvard in mid-July. The Fellowship will allow Healy to work with faculty, scholars and students on a range of academic and research projects and to participate in seminars, workshops and public events. Healy will also teach at the Kennedy School as an adjunct lecturer.