Here’s a great one: Classmates Mim Siegel Lombardo and Saïd Eastman were married on New Year’s Eve with all four of their children at their side at the Press Hotel in Portland, where they first met 32 years ago. Even better is that Jon Gale was their officiant, and Nori Sterling Gale was, of course, there as well. Mim also reported that she had coffee with Beth Poole Parker in Brooklyn, has run into Mike Grant in Portland, and had drinks with Chip Gavin, Tom Whelan, and Andrew Richter in December. * After 15 years teaching art at the Park School in Brookline, Mass., Andrea Sparks moved to rural New Mexico to pursue a dream of working on her own artwork and starting a gallery. If you’re ever in the Land of Enchantment, look for Andrea’s Star Garden Gallery, one mile east of the El Morro National Monument. * Reed Bernhard lives in Bellingham (north of Seattle) and still works as standards captain for the IAC/Expedia Global flight department. He loves the job, especially flying the Global 6000 business jet. He sees Stephen Hord often and stays in touch with Greg Lundberg and Mark Panek. * Jill Vollweiler was a double National Age Group Champion W50 in the 5,000M and the 10,000M runs at the USATF Masters Outdoor Track and Field Championships last summer in Spokane, Wash. And yes, she has a day job too. * Elaine Kaufman Goldman gathered for an ’80s-themed weekend in Boston last summer to celebrate “50” with classmates Erica Hoffmeister Supple, Suzanne Quill Feldman, Leslie Couture Mourmoura, and Andrea Ciampa McEachern. Elaine’s also excited to share that next fall two of her three daughters will be at Colby! * Cinda Jones is president of W.D. Cowls, Inc. in Massachusetts, where she completed the commonwealth’s largest private conservation project in 2011. This summer she’s adding another 2,000 acres of conserved land to the original 3,486 acres. * Sheri Berger Bronstein checked in from Ridgewood, N.J., where she lives with her family. She loves her job as global human resources executive at Bank of America and enjoys the impact she is able to leave on diversity and human capital matters. She sees Elizabeth LeRoy Clothier from time to time as their oldest children attend the same school.