I hope this finds you all well. It’s so hard to believe that we are entering our 15th year out of college! I’m looking forward to seeing everyone at our reunion next June. * Shawn ’93 and April Armstrong Campbell are moving from Auburn, Mass., to Irvine, Calif., where Shawn will work as vice president of game development at Future Ads. They’re very busy with their two toddlers and are trying to soak up as much family and friend time on the East Coast as possible before the big move. * Chris and Jennifer Atwood Lesky welcomed a daughter, Caroline Anne, April 6. Congratulations! * Eliot (Hyun) Jung and his wife welcomed a daughter, Elise, in February. Eliot works for the U.S. Department of State and is stationed at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo. He was hoping to find and check out the Colby Club of Tokyo while there. * Matt Burgener left Bank of America in Charlotte, N.C., for a new opportunity in Dallas, Texas, where he’ll work for Copart as senior vice president of marketing. Copart facilitates the sale of salvaged vehicles for insurance companies in the U.S. and internationally and also buys cars from consumers for cash. * Lisa Tinanoff was married in 2007 and is mother to Eli, 1. She works as a veterinarian at a small animal hospital in Baltimore. She and her family recently traveled to Colorado to visit Jen Adams and her family, and they had a great time in the mountains and reminiscing about the Colby years. Lisa also caught up with Linc Farr at a friend’s wedding last October and got to meet his wife and son. * Jon ’95 and Denise Mailloux Bowden, along with Wyeth, 2, took a two-week trip to Maine to visit her parents in the lakes region. At a small farmer’s market in Bridgton, she bumped into Scott Monteith for the first time in roughly 10 years! They had just a brief moment to catch up, but he reported that he’s building a home for himself, his wife, and their 2-year-old son. Then he directed them to the best vendors for meat, cheese, and veggies. * Amy Stengel and her husband, Brian, welcomed a baby girl, Barrett Eliza Moore, May 11. * Susanna Montezemolo expected a baby Sept. 19. She wrote, “I sure do wish I was spending my third trimester up in Maine instead of D.C.—it’s blisteringly hot here! I’m still working at the Center for Responsible Lending and teaching yoga on the side, although I’ll take a break from both during my maternity leave. I regularly see Cary Gibson, who is doing well and getting ready to embark on a European vacation to Italy and England.” * I was so excited to see Weyron and Mary Hofmann Henriques and their two sweet sons, Aidan and Timothy, as they traveled east this summer for a family reunion. While here they also visited Christian ’95 and Gwen Nicol Citarella ’96 and their family in New Hampshire as well as Kelly Hagan McCormack, Danielle Herget, Mark House and their families. It was a whirlwind for them, but they took it all in stride. * I’ve taken on a new role as co-director of the Bedford Family Connection, an all-volunteer group that connects families of young children (up through 5) through fun and educational activities for children as well as parent education seminars, moms’ nights out activities, and community service opportunities. It’s turning out to be a bigger job than I expected, but I’m loving every moment!