Last March Jenny Kiszkiss Cunningham, Jenny Bubrick Engel, and Drew Hall Williams completed the Rock ’n Roll Half Marathon in Washington, D.C. Drew’s so far completed five half marathons in less than a year towards her goal of 20 before she turns 40 and has a few more races scheduled with Gina DiBella, Mat Solso, and Emily Mahlman. Anyone who wants to run with her, let her know—will travel for running! As a sidebar, Drew and Mat won their age divisions at the Blue Light 5K held Reunion Weekend at Colby. * Bret and Michelle Chandler Oettmeier are excited to announce that Thomas (Tommy) Chandler Oettmeier arrived June 14. His big brothers are very proud. * Stephanie McMurrich Roberts reports that in June they (sadly) moved out of their condo in Boston’s South End (which was across the street from Matt and Mindy Mraz Barber) to the suburb of Lexington, Mass. Their children, Avery, 3, and Owen, 18 months, love the extra space and backyard, but Stephanie’s having a harder adjustment to suburban life-—she just loves the city life! But the good thing is that in September Steph will start a new job at a group psychology practice only 10 minutes from their new house. * Scott Friemann’s biggest news is that he got married April 9 to a wonderful lady named Sarah Hanson, who went to Loras College, which, like Colby, is a small liberal arts school on a hill. Alex Lear was his best man and gave a wonderful speech with references to COOT. Scott’s still working for Willis Towers Watson in Chicago and negotiating large casualty insurance programs. * Dubek ’99 and Sarah Richards Kim welcomed their son Franklin in March. He joins big brothers Edison and Leo. Sarah will finish her child psychiatry fellowship in June and will continue private practice in NYC. * Angela Makkas Rougas has a new baby, Maria Korenna Rougas, born June 1. She’s the little sister of Kostantinos “Gus” Vasilios Rougas. Lots of little Greek babies being born in Cambridge, Mass. * Vanessa Sibley Mudd was hired as the director of campus ministry at Gonzaga Prep High School in Spokane, Wash. * Amy Millett Scallon expected her third baby in August (a little girl!). They moved from Arlington, Mass., back to the Philly suburbs. Amy graduated from NYU in May with a Ph.D. in teaching and learning and started a job at Temple University as program coordinator for the Teacher Residency Program. * Jay and Kirsten Isaksen Benjamin welcomed their third baby girl in April, Julia Jennings Benjamin. Sophie, 8, and Isobel, 4, are thrilled to have a new baby sister to play with. * Venola Mason and Jeff Belton welcomed Jeffrey Scott Belton Jr. June 22. He weighed in at 7.7 pounds and has brought so much joy to their lives. Mieko McKay attended their baby shower in Atlanta and has been named the godmother. * Ted Wallach is now CEO of timerepublik.com, the ultimate sharing economy experience. It’s a global time bank where you share your talents, interests, and passions in exchange for time not money.