Despite the unexpected arrival of Hurricane Irene, Lindsay Barada married Jake Bayley Aug. 27 in Nantucket, Mass. Nick Bayley ’05 was best man and Amy Cronin was a bridesmaid. After five and a half years living in separate countries, Lindsay moved to Cambridge, Ontario, at the end of last year to FINALLY be with Jake! * Jess Minty was gearing up for the U.S Olympic marathon trials that took place in Houston in mid-January. She looks forward to the wedding of Hillary Easter in June and hopes to visit Elizabeth Turner in Albuquerque! * Katie Ryckman proudly announces the birth of her daughter, Lily Shea, born Aug. 8 and weighing eight pounds! Katie moved to Irvine, Calif., for a job as marketing manager at Neudesic, a Microsoft consulting company. * Eric Richmond became engaged to Beth Scherer ’05 last May. An August 2012 wedding is planned. Against their better judgment, Brian Parise will give a toast. Eric is pursuing his M.B.A at the Wharton School. * Nate Stone and Stephen Planas are still roommates in DC, and recently hosted an epic Oregon Trail trivia game night. Melissa McNulty and Cait Miller were part of the wagon train, and fortunately neither one contracted typhoid or perished on the journey. * Francis Chapuredima continues to teach math and economics at the Holderness School in NH. Francis was on Mayflower Hill and was very impressed with what the African students are doing with the Colby African Society. Jen Coliflores invited Francis to be a keynote speaker at the Massachusetts Youth Leadership Foundation’s “Make a Difference Day” conference. MYLF is nonprofit that focuses on student citizenship and leadership for high school students. * Bobby Redwood is an emergency medicine resident in Madison, Wis. He loves working on the field at the UW football games and on his med flight helicopter rotations. * Nani Phillips finished her master’s of public health at UConn in May and started medical school at Albany Medical College along with Peter Allfather ’11 and Lisa Park ’11. Nani had a celebratory beverage with fellow Albany-dwelling Matt Mitchell, who is pursuing his Ph.D. at SUNY Albany in ecology and evolutionary biology, after he won the Best Talk Award For Excellence in Scientific Presentation at the University of Albany’s Life Sciences Research Symposium. * Emily Greene and Josh Kahn ’05 were married Oct. 15 in Boston. The wedding party included Annie Lewallen, Kirsten Lawson, Will van der Veen ’05, and John Pollakowski ’05. * Jenna Morrison and Dave Civitello were married Aug. 20 in Plymouth, Mass. Their wedding party included Katie Chin (married to Curtis Chin ’05), Mike Civitello ’05, Kate Zeigler Lera, Holly Eydenberg, Katy Sage Barus, Daniel Oliphant, and Conor Sullivan. Jenna and Dave enjoyed barrier reef and Mayan rainforest adventures on their honeymoon in Belize. * Sarah Lim married Ethan Gray last summer in California. Sarah is now in an accelerated nursing program at UMass Amherst after a two-year stint in Indianapolis, where she worked in public health. She spent time with Lindsey Brewer, Steven Djordjevich, Aya Costantino, Sara Booth Petrosillo, Grey Brooks, Heather Ryder, Clifford White ’07, and Sarah Wright ’04 over the summer. * Barbara Hough teaches middle school general music in Haverhill, Mass., while concurrently doing her student teaching to earn her master’s of music education. She plans to graduate from the Boston Conservatory in May. She continues teaching private flute lessons and directing her church choir in Haverhill. * In October Garry Bertholf presented a paper at the annual meeting of the Caribbean Philosophical Association, and it will be published in the spring issue of Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal. * On Aug. 7 Kim Devine married John McDevitt (Bates ’04) in Newport, R.I. Celebrating with them were Buffy LaMantia, Kait Taylor, Bethany Peck, and Shari Katz as well as Sam Kennedy ’09, Kaitlin Gangl ’07, Matt Gangl ’05, and Rachel Noiseux ’04. The proud parents of the bride are John ’78 and Pamela Cleaves Devine ’78.