Hi Everyone! Most classmates must have had busy summers as I didn’t hear from too many of you. Hope relaxing on the beach was at the top of your collective to-do lists! * Donna Boyler Aiudi wrote to say that daughter Katie is a senior at the University of Chicago. She’s gearing up to start looking at colleges for son Michael, a junior. Son Chris just entered middle school. Donna is still in private practice and is going on a medical mission trip to Haiti this fall. * Andrew Myers was elected to serve on the executive committee of his law firm, Davis, Malm & D’Agostine in Boston. He recently celebrated the second birthday of daughter Cora May, and traveled to Uruguay to visit his sister, Lauren, who just had twins. * Tom Claytor is currently flying a Pilatus Porter in Papua, Indonesia. In June he was invited to introduce the sport of lacrosse in Bhutan (bhutanlacrosse.com). He started with 40 sticks and 80 balls and reports that everyone picked it up quickly. He was surprised to see that the Bhutanese girls insisted on playing with the boys. As they didn’t have gloves or helmets, they “tamed the rules a bit,” and Bhutan is now officially a lacrosse-playing nation. A week later Tom was in Bumtang (central Bhutan) and saw a Land Cruiser with a Colby sticker on the back. He knocked on the door and met a young Bhutanese woman who had just finished her freshman year at Colby. Small world! * Tom Colt has been busy attending a college counseling program for low-income students in W.Va., and a conference at St. George’s in R.I., where he caught up with Gretchen Bean Bergill. “It’s the only college conference in the country that has an official beer sponsor (Narragansett.)” Last summer, Tom moved up the ladder in the duck tour circuit and captured the number one spot on the depth chart of narrators. * By the time you’re reading this, the deadline is probably fast approaching for the next issue. For those of you who have never written, why not reconnect? Would love to hear from you!