Earlier this year Sura DuBow Lennon and her family traveled to San Diego to get together with Tom ’91 and Kristin Wallace Livezey and Bill ’93 and Anne Maddocks Michels and their families for a swim in the ocean and dinner. “It was so fun to catch up. There’s never enough time (of course)!” * Whitney Adams Ward wrote: “I returned to work full time last November as an event planner for CM Group in Hingham, Mass. It’s a small agency that plans events for large pharmaceutical clients. I love the new position and the group of people I work with. I have also been able to travel to some fun places, including San Diego and most recently Copenhagen! The kids are growing up too fast: Lily, 16, finished her sophomore year; Sam, 14, is in high school next year; and Sasha, 10, will enter fifth grade. Chris and I still enjoy living in Hingham while juggling work and the kids’ many sports and activities.” * Steve Earp wrote from Allen, Texas: “My wife, Patti, and I have been married for 18 years. We have three kids and a yellow lab named Suki. Our son, Thomas (11th grade), plays varsity tennis and sings in the choir. His singing is literally following in my footsteps as his high school choir did a tour of Normandy and Paris last spring. (I sang with the Colby Chorale on a Normandy tour in spring 1990.) Serena (ninth grade) is an artist and a volleyball player. Amanda (fifth grade) loves basketball, volleyball, and is a passionate musical theater member (perhaps a future BMR member?). I continue to work in the employee benefits sales field—with Sun Life Financial (21 years!), medical risk managers, and, as of April, with Houston International Insurance Group. I visited Wright Dickinson last fall at a national conference, which we were both attending, and heard all about his wife and his talented kids.” * Warren Claytor wrote from the City of Brotherly Love: “In June I piloted a single-engine SR20 airplane from Las Vegas to Philadelphia by way of some amazing national parks, including Arches, Bryce, Grand Canyon, and Zion, then north along the Rocky Mountains into Wyoming past the Grand Tetons, and then east into Nebraska and the very flat and flooded Midwest. What an amazing way to see this beautiful country! I enjoy keeping in touch with Ryan Friel ’93 and Phil Vilar ’93, both of whom live in Montana.” * Craig Appelbaum wrote from the West Coast: “Six years ago I opened Industry Gallery (industrygallery.net), a 21st-century design gallery, in Washington, D.C. Last fall I moved it to Los Angeles. We’re a small gallery and exhibit functional sculpture and contemporary design. Our program is unique and has attracted a lot of attention. Art + Auction magazine, one of the important art magazines, named me to their 2015 “Power 100” list! I’m now officially one of the most powerful people in the art world. Crazy. It’s a great compliment. I’m included with an amazing group of people whose level I never dreamed I would reach. I’m happy to give advice or help any Colbyites looking to break into the art world.” * Chris Frothingham hit the Hill earlier this summer: “I was up at Colby in June for Reunion Weekend to sing with the Colby After Eight along with Mark Longsjo, Curt Stevenson, and Jun Shirahama. It was, as always, a great time! The funk band they had was phenomenal—book it for our reunion! My wife, our four kids, and I live in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. I’m still on faculty at University of New England in Biddeford. Although I am getting suckered into more and more administrative duties, I still love seeing patients and teaching students. Our oldest daughter, now 13, has declared that she wants to go to Colby, so please everyone give generously to the annual fund so our kids can all get good financial aid. I can’t wait to see you all next June!” * Save the date for our 25th reunion June 1-4, 2017. Keep in touch by joining the Colby Alumni Facebook page (facebook.com/ColbyAlumni) and the Class of 1992 Facebook page (facebook.com/groups/1539313499730299). You can update your email address with Colby or join the reunion committee by contacting Emiko Boezeman ’11 at Colby at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-859-4308. See you there!