Greetings classmates! It must have been a really slow summer—I received only one update. A note arrived from Kristen Woods-Noonan, who shares the happy news that she and her husband, Jim, welcomed their first child, Chloe Sierra Noonan, Dec. 9, 2010. They’re enjoying her immensely! Jim and Kristen live in Kingston, N.H., where Kristen works as a marketing director for a health-care consulting firm. She hoped to get back into triathlons this summer after a year-long break to have the baby—she squeaked in a half Ironman just before becoming pregnant with Chloe. Kristen keeps in touch with Said ’90 and Sally White Eastman, who live in Bolton, Mass, with kids Jake, 9, and Abby, 6. Sally’s kids are following in their mom’s swimming footsteps, raking in swimming accolades. Said stays busy working at Monster and also running a great restaurant, the River Rock Grille, in Maynard, Mass. Kristen also keeps in touch with Linnea Oliver O’Neil, who lives in Wellesley Hills, Mass., with husband Micah and kids Brendan, Mackenzie, Connor, and Jack. Kristen said all is well with Linnea, who enjoys being CEO, CFO, and COO of her household. * A few special notes about reunion. First, “Bring HEINOUS back!” Those of you in the East Quad lounge on Saturday night know what I’m talking about. For those of you able to attend, it was great to see you all. At first I tried to list all the folks I saw (to include in this column), but there were too many to keep track! Special thanks to Lesley Eydenberg Bouvier and Laurie Brown Withrow for their tireless efforts to keep the reunion train rolling, to Amy Walter for coming and talking at our class dinner, and to Portia Walker for presenting our class gift to President Adams after the parade of classes. (We’ve set a goal of 91 percent for our class participation rate next time, so please plan on helping us reach that target!) Thanks also to Aaron Mosher, who stepped up and took the position of class president. More thanks and recognition are doubtlessly called for and will be addressed in upcoming columns. For those of you unable to be there, you were missed—and you missed what may have been the best weather EVER on campus: warm and sunny during the day, nicely cool and breezy at night. A spectacular weekend! Check out some photos on the Colby website, and if anyone has pictures to share let me know. Until next time, keep in touch!