I’m really looking forward to Reunion Weekend and our 30th! Andrea Brantner has been diligently and patiently guiding our reunion committee through the process of making plans for May 31-June 3. The committee consists of Alisa Diehl Bernat, Carol Birch, Caroyn Berry Copp, David Fanger, Susan Roberts Kuzia, Tracy Don MacDonald, David Marcus, Paul McGovern, and Donna Stock. Our weekend kicks off with the President’s Golf Tournament at Belgrade Lakes Golf Club followed by a reception at the Maine Lakes Resource Center in Belgrade Lakes village. I hope everyone will be there so we can catch up on the past 30 years! Also, I apologize for missing the deadline for class notes in the last issue of Colby, but you can find them online at www.colby.edu/mag. And now, on to current notes from our classmates. * Paul Veilleux reports that life is not too terribly exciting in Connecticut, but they are doing well. The best news is that his older son, Chris, returned safely from his third tour in Iraq, and they are now preparing/planning for his wedding in the fall. The bride is a wonderful girl he met when they were stationed in Germany at V-Corps Headquarters. Paul’s younger son, Ryan, is doing well as a manager at both The Children’s Place and GNC. Paul’s wife, Andi, continues to be simply awesome as a senior personal banker at Liberty Bank. His 80-year-old mother-in-law, who lives with them, is still more active than most people half her age. Paul continues to work for VirtualLogger (call recording and much more) and enjoys it. He also keeps busy as the local Lions Club president. * Bob Benjamin reports he is still dealing with lots of interesting challenges as we work to sustain our troops while simultaneously conducting responsible retrograde of equipment. He has a new job title—distribution management chief for the Joint Sustainment Command-Afghanistan—and some new responsibilities. Bob is looking forward to getting back in May. He hopes to be home in time for his son’s graduation from Vassar. He definitely plans on attending reunion. * David Fanger reports that he and his partner of 17-plus years, Martin Wechsler, are getting married March 25 in Brooklyn, N.Y. He never could have imagined it when he was at Colby, but he is so very proud that he can now announce it in Colby magazine. He hopes to get to reunion to catch up.