Jennifer Gennaco gave birth to Lora Elizabeth May 12. “Lora’s brother, Lincoln, 4, enjoys singing the ABCs to her. We are all adjusting well and looking forward to the summer,” writes Jen. * Tom and Kristin Eisenhardt Corbin got married in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, last summer and live happily outside of Boston. Cristina Harris Faherty was maid of honor. “Some things never change—she and I remain great friends,” writes Kristin. Kristin has been able to spend more time with Sean ’94 and Nicole Clavette Devine since she moved back to Boston. Kristin is director of K-8 admission at Milton Academy. * Cara O’Flynn married Adam Bell last June in Brooklyn, N.Y. * David and Amy Borrell Berner live in Park Slope, Brooklyn, with their daughter, Hazel, 5, who started kindergarten this fall. David is a systems administrator at the New York Times, and Amy is managing editor at a health-related website. “We’re making the most of our small backyard by hosting a bunny named Petunia for the summer,” writes Amy. * Ben Bartlett lives in Berkeley, Calif., and is now chairman of the City of Berkeley’s Zero Waste Commission. He oversees a budget of $36 million. He is crafting a plastic bag ban to help save our oceans and is shifting the nation’s first recycling program into a resource development model. * Lauren Pelz Kearney gave birth to John Burke Kearney in May. “Big sisters Emma and Gracie are very proud of their new little brother,” writes Lauren. * In 2010 Brian Carovillano and Michele Elliot and their kids, Graham, 2, and Emmy, 6, moved to Thailand, where Brian is Asia-Pacific editor for the Associated Press. They’re settled in and are eager to host any classmates passing through Bangkok. They spent time in the States this summer and caught up with a bunch of friends, including Jill Kooyoomjian, Alisa and Matt Zalosh, Georgia Brian ’96 and Dave Chen, Liz Keith and Jeff Vacanti, and Natasha and Peter Hoffmann. * Jennifer “Hank” Ancker married John Whelen June 4 under clear blue skies in Darien, Conn., at the Ox Ridge Hunt Club, where Jen is currently president. Alums in attendance included John’s sister, Beth Whelen Thut, Dr. Madelyn Meyn, Alice Tilson Koehler, Bruce Mason, Matt Marden, Meredith Dimenna, Anna Redmond Zable, Molly Townsend ’97, Erin Vogel, Laura Finn, and Josh Burker and Meghan Scheck ’97. * Abe Rogers returned from Afghanistan and is reintegrating in Indiana. He plans on finishing his work to acquire a master’s in education from Boston University in the fall and on coaching the master’s swim team at Harvard. * Josh Burker and Meghan Scheck ’97 welcomed their son, Willem Aleck Scheck Burker, into the world Aug. 3. * Marc Rubin and his wife, Hillary, are thrilled to announce the birth of their first child, Miles Asher Rubin. Miles arrived a few weeks early in June weighing 4 lbs and 14 ounces. Miles has been putting on weight like a champion, and both he and his mom are doing fabulously. According to Marc, Miles is already showing early signs of being an intellectual giant and, to that end, has hopes of one day earning a B in Professor Findlay’s macroeconomics class. Maybe even a B+.