Melissa Knight DuBois and her husband bought 30 acres of land in Unity, Maine (only two exits away from Colby!), where they spent much of the summer camping, hiking, and clearing land for a cabin. They found this land with the help of their real estate agent, Amie Joseph ’98. Melissa accepted a promotion to head nurse practitioner of the Baker Surgery Inpatient Service, supervising a group of seven inpatient nurse practitioners at Massachusetts General Hospital, where she has worked since graduating from Colby. * Dr. Douglas Comeau and his wife, Rainelle (Stonehill ’00), welcomed their beautiful daughter to the world May 13. Charlotte Marie Comeau was born at Winchester Hospital, and mom, dad, and baby are all healthy, residing in Melrose, Mass. Doug is team physician for Boston College while also working at the Ryan Center for Sports Medicine, the first primary-care sports medicine clinic in Boston. He also serves as faculty for the primary-care sports medicine fellowship through the family medicine department at Boston Medical Center. Doug enjoyed some summer downtime before the busy fall sports coverage schedule began. * Wes Baff works as a veterinarian in small-animal private practice in Danbury, Conn. In addition he cruised around Long Island Sound all summer on his boat. * Alex Wall built a fence to keep his small Pomerian, Felix, in the backyard, where Felix has developed a taste for their cilantro and lettuce patches. Alex enjoyed catching up with Heather Miles in NY when he was in town on business. Heather is engaged and planned on getting married in September. * Courtney Smith Eisenberg gave birth to a daughter, Charlotte Rebecca, on New Year’s Day. Her sister, Ada, 2, loves having a little sister. * Becca Mets is finally starting her first real job! Becca also gets to live with her fiancé, Whitney Halgrimson, after three years of being in separate time zones. Becca moved to Denver from DC, where she had done a fellowship in pediatric ophthalmology. In Denver Becca started at the Children’s Hospital at the University of Colorado in September. * Joe Kingsbury and his wife, Amanda, welcomed their first child, Henry Quentin, July 3. The little guy is fantastic, and they’re (still) loving NYC despite the summer heat. * Billy and Leanna Hush O’Donnell welcomed their baby boy, Liam, in May. Leanna continues to work in urban planning in Fairfax, Va., and loves being a new mom. * After seven years in the Waterville area, Milan ’01 and Jane Chamberlain Babik and their two boys, Kylian and Matyas, moved to Hamilton, N.Y., where Milan will teach at Colgate. * Ross McEwen teaches second grade at the Potomac School and coaches the varsity girl’s soccer team. His wife, Monica (Staaterman ’98), is a manager with a regional software company. They have two wonderful daughters, Claire, 3, and Marissa, 17 months. They had a summer BBQ with Ross’ brother Marc ’01, Sean Skulley ’02, and Julie Fidaleo Madison ’98. The McEwans recently traveled to Bermuda and then took a summer cabin trip to Colorado to spend a week with Ross’s family. Every summer they also head to the Cape to visit Monica’s family and see Graham ’98 and Kirsten Staaterman Nelson ’98 with their twin girls, Camden and Marin, 2. * Dave and Lissa Baur Matson welcomed James Baur Matson Dec. 5, 2010. They’re having a lot of fun (and less sleep). They moved to New Hampshire this summer and are happy to be close to the beach. Lissa practices rheumatology in the area, and Dave works in services development and marketing for EMC Corporation. * Our thoughts go out to Erik Quist, who was seriously injured in Iraq when an IED hit his caravan. Erik is recovering in Bethesda, Md., from damage to six vertebrae and both ankles.