I missed noting Heidi Irving Naughton’s role as class agent in the reunion column. Heidi was instrumental in helping our class break giving records and looks forward to continuing in that capacity. Her family had a great trip to Paris last summer before Heidi’s son, Liam, began his freshman year at husband Kevin’s alma mater, Middlebury. Liam loves the school and made the basketball team as a walk-on. The Naughtons purchased 36 acres of land proximate to Middlebury and look forward to building a family home. They still have their house in Maine, so Colby gets equal representation. Her twins, Daly and Claire, are juniors, and so the college process begins again. Claire was first-team all-county volleyball and second-team all-state. Daly is a basketball player, and both girls hope to play in college. Colby will be on their lists! * I was lucky to hear from two of my favorite Colby guys, Todd Nicholson and Scott Bunker. Todd had a great canoe trip on the Allagash last August with Tom Snow and their sons. They loved being on the river and introducing the kids to the wilds of Maine. Todd had dinner in Boston with Chuck ’89 and Kim Norberg Burke ’91, Tricia and Rick Angeli, Mike ’89 and Joanne LaMarre Cantara, and Christina and Chris Hurley. Todd also enjoyed an annual Boxing Day brunch at Anne and Greg Cunningham’s home along with Todd ’86 and Merridith Belden Molloy ’87. New Year’s was spent at the Cantaras’ Vermont house along with Chuck Burke ’89 and family. The kids all get along and everyone had a great time on the slopes. Todd and wife Gloria’s oldest, Emma, was admitted to Bucknell, and all are pleased. Todd tried to talk her into Colby, but she wanted to leave the state. * Scott Bunker has been joined by wife Katie working in the world of disability and life insurance. It had been a goal of theirs to work together, and after three months he happily reports that they’re still married. They enjoyed a 20-percent increase in sales while the industry was flat for over a year. Scott’s daughter, Sarah, 23, has moved back home post-college and found her first job working for a startup in Cambridge using her fluency in Russian and Italian to match students from those countries with language programs in the U.S. and Europe. Son Robert is in college in Budapest but was back home for Christmas. The youngest, Lily, 6, likes her gymnastics class, and UNO has now replaced Trouble as her favorite way to dominate her parents and siblings at the kitchen table. * Hope Worden Kenefick is 15 years into running her own consulting business with health-care and public-health clients (cities, state health departments, CDC, WHO). For 11 years she has been renovating an old camp on a New Hampshire lake into a comfortable home. She loves the entire process of figuring out what she wants, learning how to accomplish it, and doing it herself. Her “children” and hiking partners are rescue pups Hazel and Charlie. Hope stays in touch with Melissa Ruff Cassel, Melissa Paul, Nancy Knapp Piccione, and others. They are the kind of friends who always pick up where they left off and are always there for each other. All in all, Hope says, life has been kind. * Kelly Marchetti created a company called re:covers that focuses on making post-injury rehab more comfortable with products that alleviate discomfort, protect the injury site, and provide an emotional lift by concealing unsightly orthopedic devices—and showcasing patients’ unique style. Kelly has had 12 orthopedic surgeries, so she has unwittingly been doing field research for years! Her biggest thrill to date was seeing Dustin Pedroia and Jason Varitek wearing her custom Red Sox walking boot covers and Varitek sending his autographed cover back. Check out Kelly’s work at myrecovers.com. * Thanks, all!