Class of 2000, please join us on Mayflower Hill for our 15th reunion June 5-7, 2015. It will be a great time to catch up with old friends and stay connected. I hope you can make it. * Annalise Blech Rivas is an instructor of Russian at the U.S. Air Force Academy. * Krissy Swanson Yetman and her husband, Aaron, just welcomed their first child, Calvin Roger Yetman. * Peter Hans and wife Sarah are happy to announce the birth of Charlotte Nancy Sept. 30. Charlotte joined her parents and her siblings, Lucia, 4, and Nicky, 2, on a trip to visit Jen (Romak) ’02 and Michael Siegel and their daughters, Maren and Frankie. * Kim McCarron Camuso and her husband, Josh, were excited for their second child, a boy, due Feb. 5. * September 2014 brought the birth of Erin Roberts Keysor’s son, George Allan Keysor. He joins big brother Henry and big sister Rose. * Parke Burmeister opened his own law practice in Portland, Maine: Casco Bay Law. He is focusing on business law and trusts and estates. His two daughters, Elizabeth and Stella, are now 3 and 1 respectively, so things are a little chaotic, but it’s a good chaos. * In August Jennifer Kassakian Anderson and her husband welcomed another little boy, Gabriel Steven, who joins big brother Henley, 2. With graduate school, various fellowships, and the associated geographic uncertainty finally behind them, they have settled in Olympia, Wash., and purchased their first home in November. * Jen Multari accepted a position at Boehringer Ingelheim, and she and her family left St. Louis for Germany! They sold, donated, or gave away 70 percent of their belongings before the big move. Jen’s husband, 7-year-old daughter, 3-year-old son, and Jen all love it. Since October they have explored their new home country, and they spent Christmas at Disneyland Paris. They look forward to traveling throughout Europe. * Danny Schmidt, his wife, Larkin, and three boys (twins George and Arthur, 3, and Charlie, 7) randomly crashed into Ben Mackay near the Boiling River in Yellowstone. How freaking random was that! My goal for 2015 is to randomly run into you again in the middle of nowhere. * In October Mark Edgar completed his half marathon and full marathon, called the Polar Bear Challenge, in Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, where the temperature was 10 below. Their team of nine (five civilians and four SEALs) raised more than $300,000 for the Navy SEAL Foundation. * Alison Silberman married Russ Dudley Aug. 9 in the Berkshires. Attending were Christine Pirani Hollenhorst, Eddie Piasecki ’03, Laura Morrison ’03, Alan Silberman ’50, and Bruce Ansnes ’65.