In October Martha Walsh ran the Dublin marathon and was cheered on by her husband and son. * In June Sarah Faragher is having her first one-person show, featuring 35 of her paintings, at Landing Gallery in Rockland, Maine. * Jill Vollweiler won silver and bronze medals at the XX World Masters Athletics Championships at Porto Alegre, Brazil, in October. * Melanie Brockway O’Keefe practices business and commercial law on Cape Cod. Despite her constant pleading, her boys keep busy playing other sports instead of running track. * Kristin Sullivan Stone also lives on Cape Cod with her son. After many years working in financial sales, she’s now a full-time commercial writer and blogger at lifelearningtoday.com. * Rich Robin is the CEO of NAS Insurance Services in L.A., where he lives with his wife and three daughters. * Congrats to Alex Day, whose first book was published last August. He and his family live in L.A., where he is an assistant professor in the history department at Occidental College. * Michelle Perron lives in Waterbury, Vt., and is a pediatrician in Burlington. Last summer while camping in Maine she ran into Julie Ambrose Gray. Even though 19 years had passed since they’d seen one another, the time they spent talking made it seem like yesterday! * David Coleman checked in from California. He works for Playspan, which operates payment systems for online gaming companies, while his wife homeschools their two kids. * Sheri Bronstein lives in New Jersey with her husband and two kids. She works in HR at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and has joined the board of the Toigo Founda tion. * Dan Spurgin recently got his SAG card and thinks he has a real shot at a People’s Choice Award next season for his performance in the upcoming movie Jayhawkers. * Mary “Mim” Siegel Lombardo and family live in Easton, Mass. She work as a sales rep for Alexander Street Press selling research databases to academic libraries—and yes, Miller Library is her customer. * Paul Brule and his wife have settled in Worcester, Mass., where he works at St. John’s High School. As educators, they’re lucky to spend their summers in a small village in the Carpathian Mountains in Transylvania, Romania. * Steve Coan reports having moved back to Duxbury and is also back working at FootJoy, having left in 2005 to earn his M.B.A. * Larry Rocca is moving on after a very gratifying run as director of development/alumni affairs at Georgetown Prep. For now, he’s mulling over a few ideas for what’s next (such as moving back to NYC). * Page Higgins O’Connell lives in Summit, N.J., with her husband and three kids. When not chauffeuring her kids to their various activities, walking the dog, or teaching nursery school, she auditions to become the newest cast member on The Real Housewives of New Jersey. * Suzanne Quill Feldman lives in Newton, Mass., with her husband and three kids. She does as much legal services volunteer work as her schedule allows. She was delighted to run into Andrea Ciampa McEachern. Andrea teaches middle school and enjoys the change from legal work. * Kirsten Rossner Buchanan lives in Maine with her husband and four children. In addition to her practice in gait analysis, she works at the Boston Marathon recovery tent each year and was actively involved in triaging victims in last year’s tragedy. * Roger Woodberry was in Budapest recently visiting his dog, Charlie; a year earlier he had left Charlie there with the retired Anglican priest he had helped start an ESL school near Lake Balaton. The rest of Roger’s year is not quite fit for print, but thanks to good friends made at Colby (Daniel Johnston) and a few hours of community service, all is well in his world again.