Hello, Colbians! Our class president, Swing Robertson, shared some fun news. He was fortunate enough to be in the Boston Strong photograph on the cover of the April 21 Sports Illustrated. Swing is the guy on the far left holding the trophy (first place from 1916). Although he has run Boston four times, he wasn’t able to participate this year. Maybe he can organize a Colby team of ’85ers before our 30th reunion next year? * First-time writer Harland Storey reports that after 25 years he caught up with Kevin Trant over Christmas while he was renting a place at Sunday River. Harland and his wife planned to visit Kevin at his home outside Houston. Harland has four children, 18-28, and a grandson, 3. He’s general manager for Hancock Lumber in Yarmouth. He recently remarried and lives in his hometown of Cumberland, Maine, with his wife, Teresa. * Tom Colt is traveling with his wife to Peru this summer and plans to visit Lima, Cuzco, and Machu Picchu. He had some Aaron Paul (of Breaking Bad fame) and Russell Crowe sightings in his neighborhood recently as they are filming the movie Fathers and Daughters. * Lynn Brunelle’s big news is that her new book is coming out this year: Mama Gone Geek: Calling on My Inner Science Nerd to Help Navigate the Ups and Downs of Parenthood. Lynn has kept those memories of her old Colby science classes alive! * Stephen Langlois writes that Mark Howard and his wife, Marion, graciously hosted a few hearty ’85ers— including Stephen, Sean Padgett, Ann-Meg White, Rick and Kathryn Clark Anderson, Kate Lucier O’Neil, Shireen Shahawy, Chris Murphy, Stephen Reed, Eddie Maggiacomo, and Dan Auslander ’86—and spouses at their summer home in East Boothbay last fall for a collective celebration of 50th birthdays. Highlights included spending time at Colby with the Padgetts’ daughter, Catherine ’17, and the Andersons’ daughter, Emily ’14; taking a cocktail cruise to Christmas Cove; and reviewing various historic relics and artifacts from their time at Colby, including a “VERY entertaining (and modestly incriminating) letter written by Dan Auslander ’86 to our classmates in London reporting on sordid comings and goings back on campus. After this we can hardly wait to turn 55!” * The big news with the Adams family is that our daughter, Eliza, will be attending Colby as a freshman this fall, and her twin brother, Cameron, is headed to Franklin & Marshall in Pennsylvania. My husband I were happy to discover that move-in days are a few days apart, so we can be there for both of their “launches.” If anyone is headed to the Boston area, please get in touch. I would love to reconnect with some old classmates, and I anticipate more free time in the very near future. Thanks for writing.