Dan Giuliani runs a company in Seattle called Volt Athletics (voltathletics.com), which provides affordable, sport-specific strength-training programs to high school and college athletes around the world. * Katie Roberts married Brian Dinneen July 6. The wedding took place in Beaver Creek, Colo., and Colby grads Kit Hickey and Jackie Dao ’05 were in the wedding party. Katie and Brian met while attending business school at the University of Virginia, and they now live in Connecticut. * Meghan Race and her husband, Jeff Petrello, moved to Denver last September and bought their first house in the West Wash Park neighborhood. They’ve been working for the past year at Exclusive Resorts in member services. Lambie Bickford ’01 also works at the resort, and Meghan credits her for helping a fellow Mule get her foot in the door. * Colleen McGee got married this summer in Teton Valley, Idaho, to Mathew Thompson. Taylor ’08 and Rebeccah Amendola Kilian and Dana Eisenberg were in attendance. * Sarah Lindeke-Wolff and her husband, Ryan Williams, welcomed son Chester June 9. Colby friends Jess Stathis, Carrie Ngo, Kirsten Lawson, Emily Greene Kahn, and Miruna Sasu ’05 made the trip to Greenwich, Conn., for Sarah’s shower a month before the baby was born. * Sarah Lim recently moved to Denver with her husband and started a new job as a critical care nurse. She can’t wait for ski season. * Nate Stone, Stephen Planas, Drew Moreland ’07, and Bennett Barnwell got together for their seventh annual summer reunion in August. This year they met in Washington, D.C. One of the evenings included a Family Feud game night. * In June 2013 a crew of Colby friends—Melissa McNulty, Aine McCarthy, Cait Miller, Nate Stone, and Tom Gildersleeve ’07—began a seven-day trek up the Machame route of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Hiking along the way, another group of American trekkers stopped them, recognizing Nate’s Colby hat. It turns out that Johnny “Baseball” Schroeder ’13 was also on his way to the summit with his family, hiking the exact same route. After a discussion about the small world of Colby travelers, cheese selection at Bob’s dining hall, and the improvement of Colby’s baseball team, they snapped an excellent photo of the Colby grads with Mount Kilimanjaro in the background. The blue light shines on, even on Africa’s highest peak. See the photo at alumni.colby.edu under the Stay Connected tab. * Dave and Jenna Morrison Civitello decided to donate their snow shovels and move to Tampa, Fla. Dave graduated with a Ph.D. in biology from Indiana University and is now a postdoctoral scholar at the University of South Florida. Jenna started a new job as the development director for the Sustany Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting sustainable community development in Tampa Bay. They are the proud new owners of a large beach umbrella. * Noah Balazs is teaching first grade at the Cooper School, a small progressive elementary school in Charleston, S.C. * Dana Maglaris married Brian Barnett on Labor Day at a beautiful outdoor ceremony on Great Diamond Island in Portland, Maine. Dana and Brian met while attending medical school at the University of New England. Many Colby friends and family helped celebrate Dana and Brian on their big day.