Jon and Judy MacDonald Webel live in Falmouth, Maine, with boys Stephen ’14, Tommy ’16, J.P., and Daniel. Jon co-owns a printing and mailing company, Mailings Unlimited, in Portland. Judy is an administrator at Camp Agawam in Raymond, where the boys have enjoyed many summers. Jon says, “Life in Maine is the way it should be!” * Kevin Molloy had a busy few years. He and wife Erica welcomed son Sawyer, who joined sisters Maddie and Whittier. Sawyer appears to be Kevin’s mini-me. They left Acton, Mass., and lived in Poland before moving to Houston last year. Kevin remains at Camp Dresser McKee Smith, which takes him near and far. He had a Colby encounter with Kim Norberg Burke ’91 in Madrid. * Meg Galloway Goldthwaite lives in Maryland and works at the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, which promotes economic opportunity and jobs. Meg wants to shine a light on the inspiration of Haiti, a land “of extremes—sadness and immense beauty, spirit, and strength.” Last November Meg wed Todd Goldthwaite, twice. Initially on a stealth trip to Paris, then at home at what guests believed would be her birthday party. Meg will compete in her first Tough Mudder this fall. At reunion she hopes to drag Bevin Dockray Gove and Jill Heslam to Dairy Cone. * Todd Nicholson lives in North Yarmouth, Maine, with wife Gloria and kids Emma, 16, Claire, 14, and William, 10. The kids are busy with ballet, track, fencing, and dance. After 20 great years at L.L.Bean, Todd “had a mild, midlife, existential crisis” and moved into nonprofit. After two years fundraising at Bates, he’s director of advancement at Maine Audubon. In his free time Matt earned a master’s in American and New England studies. He sees nearly-neighbors Greg Cunningham and Matt Stetson often. * Laurie Anderson is a plant ecologist at Ohio Wesleyan and leads the Ecological Research at Education Network Foundation, which engages faculty and undergraduates at small colleges in multistate research. She lives in Delaware, Ohio, with husband Dan Seufert and son Evan, 10. Last July she had a great time camping in Maine with Margot Glockler Liffiton, Jean DeNapoli, and Debbie Gentile Springel. * Karen Hentz Merriam lives in Exeter, N.H., with husband Brent and daughter Maielle, 6. Karen is at home while Brent finishes his M.B.A. She gets together monthly in Newburyport with Mary Jane Carty Brown. * Josh Marx writes of biking adventures for work and pleasure. He rode 10,000 feet/101 miles on Mt. Laguna one day, then a few months later 16,000 feet/138 miles on and around Mt. Shasta. Josh reports Chris Hurley visited on his way to climb Rainier, and Mike Cantara ’89 visited while in Seattle. * Mary Eickhoff Dunn married Thomas Wyatt of Spencer, N.C., last summer. Son Colby is a freshman at N.C. State College of Engineering.* Randy Catlin is a project executive at Shawmut Design and Construction in Boston. One recent project was renovation of the United Teen Equality Center in Lowell. The center provides education and training to at-risk youth, and carpentry students assisted in the project. * Taylor Henderson lives in West Hartford, Conn., with wife Pamela, daughter Kiernan, 15, and sons Ramsey, 12, and Shea, 11. Taylor works for Pratt & Whitney managing a business unit that makes compression systems for military aircraft engines. Pamela owns a commercial point-of-use water filtration company. They enjoy watching and coaching their kids’ hockey and lacrosse teams across New England. * Toby Emerson and wife Dana teach and coach at Deerfield Academy, where they live with son Zeke, 15, and daughter Mae, 12. * Matthew Kennedy and Gil Falcone (and wives) got together in Santa Rosa, Calif., after reading in this column that they lived not far apart. Matt reveals “some beers were consumed.” A testimonial to the potential benefits of contributing to this column. Keep news coming.