Greetings classmates! Another year begins with another round of class news. * Dave Vincent started work at the Treasury Department in Washington, D.C., as a program analyst at the Bureau of the Fiscal Service, in Treasury Security Services’ Division of Policy, Planning, and Analysis. He says, “More concretely, a few yards from my office is a little glass room where more than seven trillion dollars changes hands each year. Interesting stuff.” * Alan Yuodsnukis still works with at-risk kids at a public high school in central Maine, a job which thrills, exasperates, entertains, and satisfies him to no end. He also works on a very part-time basis for College Guild, a nonprofit based in Brunswick that provides correspondence courses to prisoners across the country. They recently passed a major milestone with the enrollment of their six thousandth student! (Check them out at collegeguild.org.) Alan and his wife, Lynn, are, at last, empty nesters. Their eldest daughter, Alesa, is a math teacher in Charlotte, N.C., and Emily, their youngest, is a sophomore political science and history double major at Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y. * Nancy Smith has been busy as a child psychologist developing her private practice, Thornton Heights Psychological Services, the last few years. She’s based out of South Portland, Maine, and provides psychological services to schools and conducts school neuropsychological evaluations for private clients. In her spare time, she volunteers as field hockey coach for the recreation department where daughter Emma, 11, plays on the team. In the spring she sponsors the little league team that son Seth, 9, plays on. She’s also race director for the Great Scot Trot, a 5K road race that benefits a scholarship fund in memory of her mother and her high school field hockey coach. Most summers, she participates in the Tri for a Cure triathlon with her sister in memory of their mother. She feels lucky to have a job that she loves that allows summers off to spend on the lake where she grew up and to have lots of free time with her kids. * As your continuing class correspondent, let me say again how great it was to see everyone who came to reunion last June, and I hope to hear from many more of you as 2017 unfolds. Keep that news coming!