Tammy Jones Howe lives in Ipswich, Mass., with her husband, Scott, and daughters Phoebe and Charlotte. She and Phoebe recently visited Colby for a tour and interview, and Tammy took the opportunity to catch up with Professor Ed Yeterian over lunch. Phoebe looked forward to applying to Colby later this fall. Tammy is a forensic psychologist in Massachusetts. * David “Rosie” Rosenberg, John Ayer, Bill Sheehan, and Warren Burroughs played in the Agassiz Village Annual Golf Tournament in August. Thanks to Warren’s stellar play, they pulled off a first-place finish. Agassiz is a nonprofit camp for underprivileged kids in Maine. Rosie also reports that Bill has embraced PX90 training, and Bill says, “I feel like I’m 21 again!” * Nils Gjesteby still has his Ships Chandlery business, but he has ventured into liquor distribution and is importing a proprietary vodka blend from Norway under the name Simple Vodka. * Earlier this summer, David Rosenberg attended the first-ever Colby rugby reunion with Warren Burroughs, Kate Shaw, Joy Valvano, Lori Sturgeon Davis, and Ann Poolos Bailey. Bob Ruzzo ’81 and Bob Benjamin ’82 were also in attendance. * Kimberley Fitch and Bob Zogg were married in May at the Old North Bridge in Concord, Mass. Kimberley works for a sustainable-food-systems nonprofit, and Bob works for an energy efficiency consulting firm. Kimberley enjoys yoga, and both Bob and Kimberley enjoy cross-country skiing, canoeing, and yard work at their Carlisle, Mass., home. Kimberley would love to connect with any alumni in the area. E-mail her at email@example.com. * Marian Leerburger wrote as she was sending her son, Alec, off to his sophomore year at Elmira College in western New York, where he is majoring in psychology and is a goalie for the hockey team. Her daughter, Katie, is a junior in high school and is starting the dreaded interview process at colleges. Katie is a Junior Olympic acrobatic gymnast who placed seventh in the country at nationals in July. She has been invited to join famed Olympic gymnastics coach Bela Karolyi’s Age Group Development Team and will go to Karolyi’s Camp in Texas in November for a week of training. Katie plans to interview at Colby during reunion next June. * Which leads me to this closing note. Please save the date—June 5-8, 2014—for the 30th reunion of the Class of 1984. The highlight of the weekend will be my turning over the pen for this column to a worthy, eager successor (or to David Rosenberg). In the meantime, keep those e-mails coming.