Scott Krasner and his wife, Donna, are finally empty nesters. Their son Zach graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2014 and works for a startup in San Francisco. Son Tate graduated from Boston College in 2016 and works for the New York district attorney in the special victims–human trafficking group, living right around the corner from Chas Cowing. Scott has been working as an independent management consultant since 2002, managing merger integrations and other large-scale corporate change programs (pmg-us.com). He’s also joined the “Colby College Class of 1977” Facebook page, “reconnecting with Jon Hickok and many other friends.” * Ken Colton reflected on his track and cross country experience after attending an event that feted his Maryland high school hall of fame coach. “Amazing to see his positive impact not only on my teammates but the many who followed. One young woman he coached won an Olympic gold medal!” * Dick Conant spent an enjoyable two weeks in late September hiking the high-elevation points in the four-corner states with his eldest son. “Notable was Kings Peak in Utah. Hurricane force winds, totally socked in with clouds, and snow drifts up to our waists.” But that insufficiently sapped his energy, so, “Since I was in good shape after my hiking adventure, I did the NYC marathon Nov. 6.” * Peter Cohn lives in Huntington, N.Y. He’s spent the last 17 years teaching at the High School of Art and Design in New York City. He hopes his students do well on the 2017 earth science regents, and he hopes to be at our 40th reunion. * Will you be there? Save the date for June 1-4 and join us on the Hill.