Ellen Huebsch Anderson, Claire Brovender Liliedahl, Sarah Fox “Foxy” Whalen, and Cathy Smith “Smitty” Badmington came together last fall for a fun weekend in South Dartmouth at Ellen’s family home. It was chilly but there was tons of warmth in their conversations. * Henry and Jennifer Maire Hagemann took a break from three years living aboard their boat because Jen rescued a horse in need of major foot care due to neglect. The original plan was to cruise south again and ship the horse to wherever they landed for the winter, but sadly, his feet weren’t up to a trip, so they stayed in Connecticut for the winter tending to his needs. Last year they sailed the Intracoastal Waterway, spending 12 weeks moving from Connecticut to Beaufort, S.C. Both daughters are happily married and settled in Miami and Salt Lake City. Jen and Henry continue to work with encapsulated produce and vertical aeroponics and love helping people experience vibrant health—“It’s been an amazing 25 years,” Jen writes. “I have no complaints and am grateful every day for my life and the way it is going.” * After living in Scottsdale, Ariz., for 15 years, Duncan McGillivray and his Canadian wife moved to Naples, Fla., to enjoy its semi-tropical weather and great beaches. Duncan writes that there are “lots of Torontonians here November to March.” * Deb Nader Hartshorn is an early childhood special educator in the Champlain Islands. She teaches adaptive skiing at Sugarbush Ski Resort and sails on a race crew all summer. Last summer’s highlights included three huge storms on Lake Champlain while racing, the craziest being during a lengthy overnight race. All adrenaline-rushing fun! Deb’s daughter is a sophomore at Bates and is happily immersed in the folk music world. She helps run contra dances and the coffee house, and plays in the string band and her own contra dance band called Catastrophe. * Doug Sacra still runs Maple Hill Architects, where he completed a net-zero energy education center for Mass Audubon. He traveled to Cambodia and Vietnam in December to visit his daughter, Madelene, who was doing a semester of environmental biology there. * Don’t forget that our 35th (how did that happen?) reunion is June 1-4, this year! We’re looking forward to a good turnout and a great time. Hope to see you there!