Kris Balser Moussette spent many weekends with husband Jon and kids Jack, 12, Casey, 10, and Colin, 6, at their camp in Alfred, Maine. She says, “Our whole outlook changes once we go over the bridge and into Maine—it’s like homecoming every weekend.” For the 12th year running, Kris and family spent a week in Chatham, Mass., with John ’92 and Jen Larsen Daileanes and their kids, Sydney, 13, and Andrew, 10. “We mix in a bit of the beach, mini golf, and beer die.” Kris spends her work week as a lawyer in Boston and Providence specializing in municipal bonds. She occasionally sees Susan Sarno Mihailidis, who works across the street. Susan and husband George have two kids, Stella, 3, and Eli, 1. * Mark Muir recently founded a new software gaming studio named White Mule Studios and has launched his first product: Draft Sherpa. “It is an interactive guide for players of Magic: The Gathering designed to help veteran players learn how to play the drafting variant of the game. If any of our classmates (or more likely their kids) play Magic, they can check it out at draftsherpa.com.” Mark would love to hear from classmates in the gaming industry. * Ginny Fowles Ward finished her 14th summer working with the Upward Bound program at Bowdoin College. The program helps low-income, first-generation college-bound high school students prepare for and succeed in college. Ginny enjoyed a visit at Bowdoin from John Poirier and his family (wife Jen, daughters Genevieve and Annika, and baby son Callum). The Poirier family was headed south from a five-week summer road trip. Ginny says, “His kids are absolutely adorable and enjoyed checking out the taxidermied polar bear on campus.” * Isabelle Gagnon Johnson changed jobs in July; she’s director of operations for DC Volunteer Lawyers Project, which provides free legal services for victims/survivors of domestic abuse in D.C. * As a 20th-anniversary gift to themselves, Zach ’94 and Karyl Brewster-Geisz are headed on a seven-day bike trip from Paris to London. It will be Karyl’s first time to either Paris or London. Zach is finding plenty of acting jobs in the D.C. area, and Karyl still enjoys her work for the National Marine Fisheries Service. * Paul and Angela Tennett Butler and kids (Mary, 17, Katie, 15, and Tommy, 10) live in Bangor, Maine, where Angela is VP of commercial lending at People’s United Bank. She occasionally crosses professional paths with Colby alums. Paul is entering his fourth year as principal at Bangor High School. Paul says, “BHS has sent some great kids to Colby in recent years, and each has earned my strong personal endorsement to serve as equipment room understudy to Chappy Nelson—a lasting friendship of mine from Colby.” * My family and I bounced around the U.S. this summer, visiting friends and family in Wisconsin, Minnesota, California, Denver, and Boston. I enjoyed catching up with Amy O’Mara Moore, Garin ’91 and Kelly Evans Arevian ’92, and Ben ’94 and Alex Keane Strong ’95. Our travels ended in Hong Kong, just in time for the start of school. * Don’t see your name in bold? Send me news for the next column!