Michael Cuzzi accepted a new position as senior director of government affairs and policy for Brookfield Renewable, a global renewable-energy company based in Gatineau, Quebec. He’ll manage state legislative strategies for all of Brookfield’s assets in the eastern United States, as well as federal government relations in Washington, D.C. * Tessa Gurley McKinley has been busy running the parent-teacher organization at their daughters’ elementary school while obtaining her certification as an Orton-Gillingham teacher of reading. She’s also helped her husband, Nate, get his new hard cider business started. Pony Shack Cider is now in 10 local liquor stores and restaurants! * Becky Allen continues to teach math at Harwood Union High School in Vermont, where she often encourages students to apply to Colby. Becky is happily married and has a 7-year-old girl and a 4-year-old boy. She tried to relive some Colby memories this summer while celebrating her 40th birthday at a Strangefolk concert. * Liz Magyar Stockwell made a career change and joined her father, Steve Magyar ’71, in the financial advisory business. They opened up shop in South Portland about a year ago. They had a Colby intern with them for the summer and hope to continue working Colby connections into their growing business. Liz and her husband, Ben Stockwell ’00, have two boys, 8 and 10, who are busy, active kids and diehard Pats fans. * Peter Christopher Felmly works in a busy law practice and has been employing both yoga and yodeling for relaxation techniques. * Joshua Scharback lives in Minnetonka, Minn. In February Josh and his wife, Alecia, expected their fourth child, another girl to join Noah, 8, Flora, 5, and Eve, 2. Josh is a pediatric nurse anesthetist and works at Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis. In March Josh will be in a two-person show with DalekoArts, a theater company in Minnesota. * Nina Perkins Newman and her husband live in Ridgefield, Conn., with Lily, 13, Elise, 11, and Will, 8. Nina has taken a new position as director of admission and financial aid at King School in Stamford. It’s a great school and she’s happy with this move—except her boss went to Bates! At a conference this fall, she ran into fellow Mules Aaron Whitmore ’99 and Molly Bracken Dunne ’97. * Thanks for your contributions!