Happy Spring! Thinking ahead, our class president Swing Robertson approached the College asking how we, the Class of ’85, might celebrate Colby’s bicentennial next year. “It’s a great occasion to get classmates up to Waterville!” We’ll keep everyone posted. Swing wrote that he was on his way do some backwoods lodge-to-lodge cross-country skiing with the Appalachian Mountain Club, driving by Colby on the way up with a definite stop at the Pub. * Stephen Langlois enjoyed another great Super Bowl weekend at Park City (if you ignore the outcome of the game) with Sean Padgett, Rick Anderson, Steve Reed, Ed Maggiacomo, Mark Howard, and Eric Betke. Sounds like they all had a great time “skiing a good hard three days, drinking ‘a bit,’ and hearing updates about Colby from Rick, whose daughter, Emily is a sophomore. Steve sent a great picture; check it out at on our class page at www.colby.edu/alumni. * Catherine Stehman-Breen lives in southern California and works for Amgen, a biotech company. Her son is a freshman at Bowdoin and, “although he likes to heckle Colby, he recently visited a friend at Colby and gave it the thumbs up for fun.” Catherine and her family try to spend as much time as they can at their house in York, Maine. * Eliot Kolody writes that his son Jack is playing bass alongside drummer Sam Horner, son of Christopher Horner, in the Middle School Jazz Ensemble at Germantown Academy in Fort Washington, Pa. Christopher teaches music at Germantown Academy and conducts the Middle School Jazz Ensemble. * Imogen Hinds completed all of the coursework for her Ed.D. and will work hard to finish her dissertation and earn her degree by the end of 2012. She is senior associate director of undergraduate housing operations/health, safety, and sustainability programs at Stanford University. She loves her work and is excited about diving into her dissertation on the perception of employee morale as affected by leaderships’ behavior during organizational restructuring. * Kevin Bruen still works as a lawyer in the Coast Guard, living in the San Francisco Bay area. He went back to Maine to see the Colby-Bowdoin football game and tailgated with Wayne Eddy, Mike Sanderson, Peter Dooling, and Dan Murphy, among others. Unfortunately Colby lost, but Kevin highly recommends attending a game and one of the “outstanding” pregame tailgates! * Tom Valinote reports that he still surfs in Ventura and L.A. County with Kevin Bruen whenever Kevin makes the trip from San Francisco. Tom saw Wayne and Sandy Eddy last summer in Matunuck, R.I. He recently joined Keller Williams Westlake Village after spending 15 years in real estate working for himself.