Lynn Collins Francis reminds everyone to check out our class Facebook page. There are reunion photos posted as well as pictures from as far back as our days on Mayflower Hill. If you have photos to post, send them to our class co-president and Facebook group administrator Fred Madeira at [email protected] * Tom Eyman’s oldest daughter, Julia, headed to Bates this fall. As Tom says, “It’s a little like having her become a Yankees fan, but I’m over it already.” Tom met up with Dave Perry in Boston in June to soak up the Bruins’ first Stanley Cup parade in 39 years (that was four years before we started Colby, for those of you counting). * Jonathan Greenspan has been renovating his historic 1924 house for the past year and expected to move back in before the school year started. His twins are now 10, and daughter Lauren is a soccer stud, while son Jared can’t digest enough baseball. Jonathan continues to run his own business, On-Line Residential, which provides a broker-to-broker platform as well as website design and programming for the residential brokerage community in NYC. They’re located on Broad St. in the financial district if anyone wants to say hello. * Darcy MacKinnon Sledge’s oldest son, Kyle, is a senior at UVA. He had a summer internship at the Federal Reserve in D.C., where his boss was none other than John Colwell. John even took Kyle to a Fourth of July BBQ atop the Martin Building, where Fed chairman Ben Bernanke was grilling dogs and burgers! In March Darcy and her husband visited their younger son, Chris, on his Rotary exchange in Brazil. Darcy is still a real estate agent in Fairfield County, Conn. * After training all winter Bill Linnell completed the 2.4-mile Peaks to Portland ocean swim this July. Bill was a panelist at Colby’s Bern Porter symposium in August, speaking about his lead role with Cheaper, Safer Power and their successful fight to close Maine’s nuclear plant 12 years early. * Kitty Weyl Dove caught up with a bunch from the Classes of ’78 and ’79—Lindy Williams ’79, Vicki Mains Henderson ’79, Nancy Piccin ’78, Liz Gruber ’78 and Rus Lodi ’78, Laurie Hutcheson Leavitt ’78, Howie Ingraham ’79, and Jim ’79 and Kristin White Shaw ’78—at a fun weekend in Gloucester, Mass., this spring. * Susan Sullivan Hinrichs thanks her hard-working committee and all those who participated in the 2011 Colby Fund. She continues to work in the private equity field and is currently raising capital for a snake robotics company in the ENT and cardiac arenas. She and her husband, Peter, juggle visits whenever possible to their children’s Wednesday and Saturday athletic events now that Colin and Charlotte are away at boarding schools (Millbrook and Suffield, respectively). * Congratulations to Rev. Jane E. Dibden, who married Michael A. Bishop in Morrisville, Vt.