Betsy Lockart Casey and family moved to Cape Cod in August 2013. The Cape is a special place for the Caseys as they were married there and Betsy’s parents live nearby. Kids Peter, 13, Emma, 9, and Ryan, 7, are growing up quickly. Peter just completed his first summer job, raking seaweed at a private beach. Betsy remembers her first, not-so-glamorous summer job—shucking clams at a seafood restaurant. Betsy is a rep for Wildtree Organic foods and earned a trip to Puerto Vallarta last spring. The Caseys are in the market for a new dog—probably a labradoodle because she loves the way her 7-year-old pronounces the word. * Rob Young completed his sixth Boston Marathon in April. After running and escaping without injury in 2013, this year’s event was an especially emotional and rewarding experience. Rob enjoys chasing his three kids around Holliston, Mass., and occasionally running into other Colby alums. * Steven Masur invites classmates traveling through New York during a weekday to come out sailing with him in the harbor before it gets too cold. He said the surf in Montauk was unusually great this past summer. * Margot Glockler Liffiton and family stopped at Colby this summer on their way to Mount Desert Island. Her daughter and her daughter’s boyfriend took the Colby tour. The cool summer brought the family garden a bounty of New York blueberries. While in Maine Margot stayed with Debbie Gentile Springle and visited Laurie Anderson and Jean DeNapoli. * Becca Bruce Dobberfuhl sent in news from Texas. They welcomed son Wells Bruce on May 24. She finds having two children is definitely harder—especially when one of them is 2 1/2! Wells is incredibly sweet and (knock on wood) easy so far. Becca’s toddler, Henley, is a ball of testosterone-infused fire with sparkly, girly bling. His favorite color is pink, and Becca’s favorite summer image of Henley is him running in the driveway, kicking a soccer ball while wearing a pink, frilly tutu. Showing his Austin roots, he loves to strum and sing soulfully with a gun holster around his waist. The kids keep Becca busy, but she’s thinking about the next chapter of her career as she misses the structure and gratification work brings. Becca’s father has advanced Alzheimer’s, but there is plenty of family support. Becca’s sister is beating stage-four bile duct cancer and is a daily inspiration. The Dobberfuhls saw Kevin Molloy and family when they made the trek from Houston to Austin.