Tom Abbatiello and his family moved to Hanover, N.H., more than three years ago, and Tom works at Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. He enjoys being back in northern New England, on a campus that “shares many fine traits” with Colby’s. But Colby’s is prettier. Right Tom? * A long way from N.H., Catherine Andrew Rogers and her family are embarking on an expat adventure in Florence, Italy. The family vacationed in eastern Europe for two weeks before heading to bella Italia, where Catherine will have a two-month assignment for her job as in-house counsel at GE. How do I get that gig? * Congratulations to Kristin Palmer McAnaney, who married Killian McAnaney in Amesbury in June. * Maria Luisa Arroyo is coeditor of a recently published book called Bullying: Rebuttals, Confessions, and Catharsis. (teatrovida.com). Son Shaheen, a rising 11th grader, spent 10 days this summer at the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine in Boston. His sponsors for this amazing experience included his godmother, Anne Bowie ’92, and Carleen Nelson, beloved retired admissions secretary. * Kerri Hicks is also writing a book—a cookbook—and she’s looking for good recipes! * I’m sure she’ll write me about it, but Jennifer Joseph’s photos from her recent kayaking trip in British Columbia are spectacular. * Bob and Sue Banta Gallagher still live in Atlanta with two kids and a yellow lab. They had a full travel schedule in 2012, including a family trip to the Galapagos Islands and a 20th wedding-anniversary trip to London and Paris. In between, they found the time to get back to New England for a visit, including a dinner with Kirk Koenigsbauer in Boston. * Yellow labs are popular with our class: Michael Diamond and husband Damien recently adopted the most adorable lab puppy … and soon will be getting new furniture. * Jeremy Banks and wife Marcia welcomed their second child, Andrew Jameson, July 3. They live in Ellington, Conn., where Jeremy works as a special ed teacher and continues to perform in The Score, which Jeremy describes as a “rock/party band.” * Happy 20th anniversary to Tripp and Heidi Lombard Johnson. Loved the wedding pic on FB! Heidi is planning the sixth annual Fall Classic Families of SMA Charity Golf Tournament in Bellingham, Mass. Heidi and Tripp’s son, William, has spinal muscular atrophy, and the family is tireless in working for a cure. * Shaun Dakin, in Falls Church City, Va., continues the fight for voter privacy. He was quoted in the Washington Post, CBS, The Hill, Pro Publica, and on Russian TV, after he exposed the fact that the Obama iPhone/iPad app shows voter’s ages and addresses to all who download it. * Despite my pleas, very few of you signed up to let me stalk you on Facebook. That’s OK, but if you don’t start actually sending in your news, I’m just going to make stuff up. Come on, you can do it!