Anne Pollock Waldron writes, “Colby is more beautiful than ever. My niece graduated this year, and I was fortunate enough to attend—it brought back so many wonderful memories. It is hard to believe we have our 25th reunion next June. I hope everyone will come back to this special place to catch up with old friends.” * Sheri Bronstein, her husband, and her two children spent Easter at the White House with the Obamas for the annual Easter Egg Roll. Sheri says it was an amazing experience hanging out with the President, First Lady, and the Easter Bunny! * As president of W.D. Cowls Land Company, Cinda Jones is creating the Mill District, an eats/arts/entertainment destination just north of UMass Amherst. The first mixed-use building is completed; a fine-foods store in a rebuilt barn follows next summer. * Jen Milsop Millard lives in Tiburon, Calif., with her two teenagers. During their annual trip home to Maine this summer, they went to Colby for an official tour. At the art museum they met Alex Katz, who was on campus for an event—what a treat! While in Maine, Jen had the joy of seeing fellow classmates Chip Gavin and Dave and Dawn Pitcher Batchelder with all of their kids. She looks forward to the 25th! * Apologies to Roger Woodberry, who learned firsthand just how poor my editing skills are. Please note a correction from a prior column: “Roger C. Woodberry was neither ordered nor required to perform community service, and never has been. He was merely arrested, and his only convictions have been made by him alone.” * Ingrid Moore Conway writes, “I started as a volunteer for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. I’ve been working as a crisis line advocate and at a homeless shelter while putting myself through graduate school. I have just achieved an M.A. in marriage and family therapy, with honors.” Congrats, Ingrid, on the important work you are doing! * Erika and Rudy Penczer made a big life change and moved home to Maine! She is assistant head of school and dean of faculty at Kents Hill School, which is just “up the road” from Colby. In addition to her administrative position, she teaches biology and coaches field hockey. Rudy is a learning specialist at the school’s Akin Learning Center and leads the outing club. Their family (two kids) is thrilled to be back in Maine. * Amy Farmer-Michaud and Mark Michaud, our class presidents, are working on our 25th reunion and are on the lookout for volunteers. They need committee members to help with planning, outreach, and the Facebook page.