Liz Yanagihara Horwitz had a busy summer. In addition to playing in a flute, violin, and guitar group called Trio di Canto, she showed her art at the Aquatro Gallery in Gloucester, Mass. This fall she’s working one day a week at the Wellesley College Child Study Center under the direction of her Colby roommate Sue Horwitz Kerr Miller. Liz’s husband, Barry ’79, keeps busy with his consulting work and teaching part time at the school of management at BU. The Horwitzes recently met up with Lisa Pacun ’79, who was visiting from England. Liz’s daughter, Ali, is back after 14 months studying Chinese in Taiwan and is working as an office manager at an accounting firm. Her son, Michael, manages a Legal Seafood and is engaged to be married next fall. * Friends since freshman year on first-floor Dana, Amy Wight Chapman, Elizabeth Stuart Bailey, Elisabeth Eustis Paine, and Cate Talbot Ashton all got together for a weekend at Amy’s family’s camp in Woodstock, Maine. Thirty-seven years and they never run out of things to talk and laugh about! * Mimi Brodsky Kress’s company has been building 20-plus custom homes a year in the strong D.C. luxury housing market. Mimi’s learning to be an empty nester, as her youngest just started at the University of Georgia’s School of Social Work. Mimi had an AWESOME time with Mike and Gretchen Huebsch Daly at the Sun Valley wedding of Debbie Pugh Kelton’s son Tucker ’07 to Elizabeth Morbeck ’07. * Sonia Turcotte Fois’s oldest, Andrew, started this fall as a music composition major at NYU. * Greg Mills’s oldest son, Sam, planned to start at Clemson University. Sam was captain of his high school robotics team that placed 21st out of 2,600 teams at the world championships in St. Louis. Greg was a victim of the massive layoffs in the financial industry, but he has kept busy riding his bike (just did a 50-mile and is training for a century) and adding to his arsenal of professional skills in the hope of working for a progressive company in the NYC metro area, Georgia, or the Carolinas. * Maureen Flint DiStasio’s oldest son, Mick, just graduated from Trinity and is heading to Northumbria University in Newcastle, England, for his master’s and to continue playing basketball. Her son Lou attends URI on a basketball scholarship and will be a sophomore this year. When Mo’s not watching her kids’ sporting events, she works part time at North Face in Freeport. * Our classmate on the Hill, Cate Talbot Ashton, reported that graduation was more fun than ever with six of our classmates watching their kids graduate: Paul and Kathy McCullough Wade (Callie), Glenn Davis (Caitlin), Joanne Shannon O’Donnell (Colleen), Joel Solomon (Rose), and Sue Horwitz Kerr Miller (Malcolm). Congratulations to all!