Derek Luke and his wife, Annie, welcomed their first child, Robert Sherman Luke (nicknamed Trebor), May 10. Their dog, Tasman, has taken an immediate liking to him and they were excited for some much-needed maternity leave for Annie. A house construction project gone awry created some challenging living scenarios during her pregnancy and after delivery. Needless to say they’re excited for the home life to settle down. The brewery still cranks along and they will be releasing Sea Fog, a seven-year whiskey that Brent Ryan ’97 and crew put down in 2007-09. * Sandra Hughes Goff finished her first year as assistant professor of economics at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Sandra, Marc, and the boys are all loving Saratoga, though they still terribly miss Portland, Maine, and their friends there. They spent most of their first summer in Saratoga on the lawn at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, where they watched their son Calvin perform with the New York City Ballet. This summer they planned to spend three weeks in Maine while Calvin and Sawyer attend a ballet summer intensive at the Portland Ballet. In August they traveled to California and back in their Winnebago Travato motorhome. * Meghan Fallon Armstrong welcomed their son Theodore (Teddy). They’re moving from Brooklyn, N.Y., to Louisville, Colo., and Meghan will teach fifth grade at a progressive school, Mackintosh Academy, in Boulder. She hopes to spend time hiking, skiing, and chilling with Hilary White. * Erik ’99 and Liz Czernicki Quist have had a busy summer. Liz won her re-election bid as mayor of Occoquan, Va., and began her second, two-year term July 1. Her CPA practice is growing steadily, and she continues to focus on not-for-profit entities. Erik, a major in the United States Marine Corps, was selected as aide de camp to a Marine Corps lieutenant general in Quantico, Va., and is busy learning his new role. * Kristelle Aherne Gill and I had a great time on Martha’s Vineyard with Raja and Liz Hooper Bala. Raja was able to share his open-water fishing techniques landing a six-inch striped bass. * Hope all is well, and it’s great to hear from everyone.