Jacie Cordes Hurd had a mini Colby reunion at her daughter Lydia’s wedding this summer. Jacie and Charles ’78 were the proud parents, Geoff Emanuel represented the ’70s graduate, and Katie Klepinksi ’08 also joined the fun. A great photo of Geoff and Charlie whooping it up after the ceremony is posted on our class page on the Colby website. The wedding was at Hope College in Holland, Mich. * Carl Lovejoy’s son, Matt, graduated from University of Virginia last spring with a B.A. in history and a national championship in men’s lacrosse. With an extra year of lacrosse eligibility due to an injury his sophomore year, Matt returned to UVA in September, enrolled in the Curry School of Education to earn his master’s, and, hopefully, win another NCAA title! * Sue Hadlock cruised the Inside Passage with friends on a Norhaven 74 from Petersburg to Juneau, Alaska. It was mind blowing to view snow-covered peaks, bears, whales, eagles, and glaciers. Last month Sue met Anne Hebert and Deb Zarella Dube in South Freeport, where they cruised Casco Bay on her Crowley Beal lobster boat and caught up on life. * Linda Frechette visited Colby roommate Kyle Harrow and family at Sebago Lake in July. Linda and Kyle keep in touch regularly. * Last May Katherine Quimby Johnson’s daughter, Lydia, graduated cum laude from Hartwick College, where she double-majored in English and philosophy, taking multiple classes with Stefanie Rocknak ’88 in the process. Before Lydia’s graduation, Katherine and husband Greg ’78 spent a blissful week in San Francisco, where Greg attended a conference, followed by a few days relaxing in Carmel that included watching the sunset over the Pacific. * It’s been awhile since Ingrid Gjesteby Janes checked in. Ingrid and husband Dale live in Longmeadow, Mass., and will celebrate their 30th anniversary this fall with a trip to Europe. Their oldest, Adam, graduated from Williams and started medical school at Loyola in Chicago. Son Scott graduated from Tufts last year and works in finance in Boston. Daughter Sarah started her senior year at Colby. Life has come full circle, though she missed out on living in the “new dorms!” * Robin Reid writes from Charlotte, Vt. Her husband, Robert Mack, still works hard as a dairyman and son Peter, 17, is following in his footsteps. Robin owns and manages Rural Route Today, a local newspaper that advocates for the rural culture and its role in our chosen lifestyles, overall economy, and well-being as a nation. She still writes music and plays some gigs singing with friends in a trio. * Robin Towle Glynn took a trip to Spain with her son Dennis, 14. The trip was a birthday gift from her husband, Dennis, whom she met in Spain during her junior year semester abroad. For a Spanish teacher, Robin, and a student of Spanish, Dennis, this was a trip to remember. They spent four days in Madrid with a side trip to Segovia to see a 2,000-year-old Roman aqueduct that was a favorite place of Robin’s. From there they traveled by high-speed train to Sevilla for three days and drove to the coast to check out the Mediterranean. On to Barcelona for two days of sightseeing (last time there was with Gayle Amato). The trip gave Robin many new stories to share with her students and Dennis the opportunity to hear and speak Spanish. Robin’s daughter, Kelly, had a great first year at Cornell, where she is majoring in electrical and computer engineering and earned a 4.0 second semester. * Liz Armstrong’s update is short and sweet. Job: got promoted; Children: Rebekah, 16, Mariah, 12, when will the teen years stop; Extracurriculars: distance running, swimming; Life: still happily married; and next project: volunteer work in Nicaragua. * Thanks everyone for writing in!