Thank you all for writing. On to the news. * Dave Famiglietti accepted a job as a treasury solutions analyst with Bank of America in Toronto and looks forward to the move north of the border. * Greg ’98 and Vanessa Wade Wehmeyer and daughter Ella camped with friends at Ferry Beach in Saco, Maine, visited Sesame Place in Philadelphia (Elmo says hi), and spent nine days on Pequawket Pond in Brownfield, Maine, with some of Greg’s family. They were gearing up for Ella’s first day of kindergarten. * Stephanie D. Baron and her husband, Naren Vasudevan ’99, have two sons, Isaac, 8, and Kenji, 6, and live in Southern California. Stephanie has been the director of clinical education and an instructor for the physician assistant program at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona for three years. Naren is a physician assistant in occupational medicine. They took their first real family vacation in Oahu and are already planning the next big thing. * This summer Caroline Calhoun relocated to Monroe, Conn., where she and her fiancé, Declan Curtin (Fairfield University ’00 and also a teacher) bought and renovated a house. After eight years she left her original school district and got a new job teaching fifth grade humanities in Easton, very close to her new home. * Jared and Megan Davis Poor spent the summer with their fabulous kids, 2, 4, and 6. A highlight was Storyland with Rachel Gitelson, Doug Nilson, and their three kids. Megan started a new job as clinical coordinator for the high school alternative program in Colchester, Vt. Jared just started his own business, JW Poor Carpentry, doing carpentry and finish work. * Phoebe (Lehmann) ’01 and Jay Zarnetske finished their positions at Yale and started faculty positions at Michigan State. They’re still getting used to being called faculty after all those years preparing for it. Mike Siegel, Morgan McDevitt, and Jay were groomsmen in Ross Frankenfield’s wedding in September and saw many Colby alumni there. * Lindsay Stewart Pinchbeck opened an art center, Sweet Tree Arts in Hope, Maine, celebrating art and community. She works with schools to bring local and international artists to her rural community. They’re always eager to collaborate and connect with other schools and organizations globally. * Trish Akins Elliott and her husband, Michael, welcomed Frances Charlotte Wirtz on May 22. She joins big brother Charlie, 2. Trish works in advancement at Concord Academy alongside a number of fellow White Mules. She finished her doctorate in public health and accepted a faculty position at the Boston University School of Public Health. * Brenda Yun lives in Honolulu with her two dogs, Iris and Roo. She works part time as a college writing teacher but plans to dedicate most of her time to completing her last year of a low-residency creative writing Ph.D. program at Bath Spa University in the U.K. Brenda is writing a book of travel fiction that takes place in the Honolulu airport. She also surfs when/if she has time. * Tim ’99 and Amanda Carucci Boggs live in Hoboken, N.J., and have three lovely and energetic girls: Sophie, 6, Sadie, 4, and Eloise, 1. They live a mere hour away from Amanda’s former Colby roomie Tacy Conard Quinn and her husband, Brian ’99. They also see Alexis Fine Greiner and Amie Mallett Bui (who have migrated north) and their adorable families. * Ben Stickney planned to marry Catherine Kast in October. They live in Brooklyn, where Ben has been the senior producer of Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld on Fox News Channel for five years. * Kate Davies Grugan enjoyed spending the summer with her teacher husband, Kevin, twins Hope and Jack, 3, and new daughter Erin, born in late June. In September she returned from maternity leave to Janssen R&D, where she works as a research scientist developing large-molecule therapeutics mainly for oncology and immunology disease targets. * Charlotte Tiffany Stephenson lives in Concord, Mass., with husband Jon and their smiley, active son, Graham, 18 months. Last July Charlotte met Debbie Sabath Powers, Melinda Stockmann, and Julia Humes Taylor-Brown for a girls’ weekend in northern California wine country. * Ben Mackay continues to work in mergers and acquisitions, splitting his time between Dallas and Jackson Hole.