Thanks for your news, and please keep it coming. Mark your calendars—June 4-7, 2015— since we are now a year out from our 25th reunion. Try not to let life get in the way. Class presidents Amy Farmer and Mark Michaud promise to make it worth the effort. * After working for more than four years at Phillips Academy Andover, Katherine Cole Aydelott has recently transitioned to instruction librarian at the Dimond Library at UNH. Her husband also works at UNH, so other than the pressure of attaining tenure, the job is perfect.Y John Hayworth met up with Bob Lian at the Naval Academy in Annapolis over Easter weekend to take their sons (all lacrosse players) to the Navy versus Johns Hopkins lacrosse game. * In her first year back at work after being a stay-athome mom raising four kids, Merrie Post Gramlich’s work innovating new programs for disengaged high school kids has been recognized by the Washington Post. * Randy Yarlas lives in Mansfield, Mass., with his wife and daughter and has been a portfolio manager at PanAgora Asset Management in Boston for the past 13 years. He keeps in touch with Dave Weissman, who’s been living in Arizona for years, and Dan Forman, who recently returned to San Francisco after spending years in New York. He wanted to send shout-outs to Jon Thompson and Dave Strecker and hopes they are both doing well. * Unfortunately, Sarah Hayne Reilly has had to hang up her speed suit since she blew out her knee this winter racing her 12-year-old son down the practice course at Okemo. She was looking forward to spending Easter with Cindy Demskie Kenney and family. * Kerri Weise Augusto is a professor of psychology at Becker College. She was grateful for the support of classmates Jim and Kerri deForest Jarosz when her mother passed away late last year. In February her family expanded by taking guardianship of a 14-year-old boy, Chris. Her two other children have embraced him fully, and the new family of five is learning from each other and discovering the future together. * I was lucky enough to hang with Elizabeth LeRoy Clothier last night and watch her fifth-grade daughter demonstrate that she has clearly inherited all of her mother’s lacrosse skill. She told me what a ball she had over the winter attending Jodie Brown Lawlor’s surprise 50th birthday party. Since it’s hard to get one past Jodie, the party took place at Chuck E. Cheese’s in York, and LeRoy excitedly told me about the prizes she won playing skeeball.