Megan Harris Boucher wrote that stepson Kyle was packing for his freshman year at Rollins. She finds it hard to believe it was 22 years ago we were doing the same. Husband Ken and daughter Emma are well in Aspen, Colo. Emma started third grade, and they’re planning a trip to Disney World this fall to visit Kyle and Mickey. * Erik Cole-Johnson spent last year in Lucca, Italy, on sabbatical from Proctor Academy. By the end of the year, their 5-year-old son was telling Erik he spoke Italian “like an American,” and their 10-year-old daughter routinely corrected his vocabulary. It was a great opportunity, and they were also happy to have their home in N.H. to return to. * Steve Horsch left his job at MIT to move to N.Y.C., where he is associate VP of development at the New York Botanical Garden. * Laura Eanes Martin lives at The Gunnery, where her husband teaches English. She’s director of enrollment at Washington Montessori School, where children Isabel, 10, Luke, 8, and Amelia, 5, attend. * John Utley has his whole family riding motorbikes and took a chopper ride through the Grand Canyon, which he highly recommends. Check our class web page for photo. * Justin Brown is in his seventh year teaching fourth grade in Brookline, Mass., public schools. He’s lived in Boston for about 12 years. During summers he works as event staff for Antiques Roadshow and travels the country helping with the show. Sweet summer job! Last summer he traveled with the show to Boston, Myrtle Beach, Corpus Christi, Seattle, Cincinnati, and Cedar Rapids. He recently did a drum gig in N.Y.C. and caught up with Rob Underwood, Kelly Mendonca ’93, and Nicole St. John ’92. He also sees Stephanie White McKenna ’95 regularly—she’s married, lives in Arlington, Mass., and is a third grade teacher in Newton. * Ross Nussbaum writes that the family is heading south. They’re leaving the N.Y.C. metro area and relocating to sunny Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. * Jason Oberfest and wife Celeste moved to San Francisco three years ago and enjoy the city with daughter Nina, 6, and son Johnny, 4. After two previous startups, this summer he founded Mango Health with a goal of helping consumers take control of their health with fun, elegant, and easy-to-use mobile applications. He hopes to see more Colby alumni in the Bay area. * Donna Bacchiocchi celebrated her 40th birthday with a first trip to Las Vegas in March with high school friends and had a great time. A few weeks later she attended a conference in Chicago and, thanks to a photo she uploaded to Facebook, reconnected with Marinel Mateo Cahill, who treated her to a delicious lunch at Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse. “It was such a treat to catch up, and we both remarked how we haven’t aged at all.” She continues to work at the Bentley University library and live in Watertown, Mass., with her boyfriend and French bulldog, Jasper. Earlier this year she met up with Bonnie Johnson Barry and Kelly Moynihan in Kittery, Maine.