Kathy McCulloch Wade and Debbie Clark Nelson got together in Connecticut for lunch, some shopping, and looked up where Kathy lived in kindergarten. They hope to reconnect for some skiing this winter. * Sue Thompson Sadler is delighted that she and her husband, Mark Cammock, will relocate to Baltimore this summer, where she’ll begin a new position as head of Bryn Mawr School, an all-girls early childhood to 12th grade independent school. Sue looks forward to reconnecting with Lydia Mason and finding more Colby friends in the Baltimore area. She gives a special thanks to Sue Erb Pittenger, Betsy Morrell, Lisa Paskalides Grimmig, and Marti Legg Christophe ’78 for cheerleading her through the job search. She and Sue had fun spending time with them as they road-tripped up the New England coast last summer. * Paul Rennert is happy to report that Howie “Hoops” Ingraham ’79 built an amazing fire/BBQ pit in his backyard that features a massive TV for outdoor viewing of Patriots games. Paul joined Howie, Jim “Scrim” Shaw ’79, Bruce Henderson ’79, and honorary KDR Tim “the Bazo” Smith to watch the Pats trounce the Steelers last October. Jim showed them some great photos of his hiking tour in England with his wife, Kristin, and their friend Lindy Williams ’79. * Linda Alter Capell returned to her real estate career in February 2015 after a nine-year hiatus, during which time she had twin girls. Being back in real estate is always interesting—she’s having fun as usual, and working until she’s 70 at least! She keeps the business going on her own having moved from St. Paul to Minneapolis in 2014. They lived near the lakes for two years, which was beautiful. The kids stayed in school in St. Paul, however, and the commute is no fun, so they’ll have moved back to St. Paul by the time you read this. * Joy Crafts McNaughton semi-retired as of February 2016 after 32 years of full-time litigation, ending with a 16-year stint as senior trial attorney with the Hanover Law Group. She started a part-time law practice in her hometown of Wiscasset focusing on mediation, but she’s re-tooling to take on other matters as community needs arise. * Tamara Hannah said of the Cubs’ long-awaited World Series victory, “It’s so exciting! I think it brought the whole city together. It’s a great time to be in Chicago.” However, she watched the seventh game from a distance along with other Chicagoans in Miami.