Deb Nader Hartshorn and daughter Dana, 16, continue to be busy in Burlington, Vt. They volunteer for the Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sport Program at Sugarbush Ski Resort, where they teach skiing. Deb runs and hikes and has joined a sailing team on Lake Champlain. * Jim Haddow and his family moved from Portland to Buxton, Maine. Wife Michelle now has space to cultivate perennials for her gardening business and access to wild places and outdoor recreation. Younger son Max, who studies marine science, has a year left at the University of Maine. Older son Hamish volunteered in December at a hospital in Haiti and is waiting to hear back from medical schools. Hamish and Jim completed the Bay of Fundy International Marathon last June. Jim remains busy practicing law and serving as vice president of the Maine Track Club. * Brian Sanborn has been a high school chemistry teacher and coach since graduation. He recently notched his 300th win as a varsity girls’ basketball coach and last year was recognized as Maine’s Chemistry Teacher of the Year by the New England Institute of Chemists. Brian’s oldest daughter, Allana, is a 2013 graduate of Colby. Middle daughter Kristin attends Stonehill College, and youngest daughter Ellie turned 2 in February. Says Brian, “No retirement for me anytime soon. Sigh.” * Chris and Ruth Harkins Lawler live in Wellesley. Their twins have jobs and apartments-—Geoff is an engineer in Seattle, and Hannah is an artist for an educational video game company. Ruth is master of foxhounds for Norfolk Hunt Club, where she organizes “fox hunts,” works with landowners and conservation organizations, and runs numerous horse-related events. Norfolk’s hounds chase a scent trail; no real foxes are harmed. About once a year Ruth has dinner with Cindy Koehler Bernstein, Karen Scott Dennis, Karen Enegess, and Julanne Cully Wright. Ruth writes, “We all remain unchanged.” * Rob and Susan Woods Spofford celebrated their 30th anniversary! They planned an October 2013 trip to France now that they are empty nesters. Susan writes, “We had fun moving our daughter, Robin ’17, into Colby this fall. She will play for the softball team and ski with Erin Figel ’16 (daughter of Matt Figel) during Jan Plan! It’s been great noticing Misha Strage ’16 (daughter of David Strage) make contributions to the field hockey team as well.” * Scott Sophos sent lots of news, and here is the gist of it: “Last January the Colchester (U.K.) theatre company Mad Hatter Productions asked me to play vice principal Panch in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. The production was such as success that we took it to Edinburgh Festival Fringe. I set up a Wefund account (the U.K. answer to Kickstarter) and sent out e-mail and Facebook pleas. We raised about £2000 of what we needed just from the Wefund account. We played the last week of August and received three five-star reviews plus one four-star review. It was an incredible experience. I just received my indefinite leave to remain in the U.K., so it looks like I am here for a while!” * Brad Miller consults as an engineering geologist specializing in ground characterization for heavy civil construction projects in the U.S. He develops detailed site interpretations in order to design major infrastructure, such as bridges, deep-rock water tunnels, or underground utilities. Brad lost his wife to cancer in February 2013 and has found life as a single father with two daughters challenging. Despite this, Brad writes, “My appreciation for others facing and overcoming their own adversity has given me a manner of hope.” Our condolences, Brad. Hang in there.