Tim Weissman lives in Falmouth, Maine, with wife Michelle and 13-year-old twins, Nick and Alex. The couple owns and operates Mariner Beverages, a fine wine and craft beer distributor in Portland. The boys keep busy with sports and have already tasted Colby life while attending basketball camp there. Tim sees Gary Donaldson, Bran Claytor, and Lucy Lennon Tucker ’87 around Portland. * Dave and Leslie Migliaccio Mitchell live in New Marlborough, Mass., where Leslie started a cookie company, Broody Hill Cookies, and is committed to using local, high-quality ingredients. They have three girls, and as of next fall two are in college. * Jo Welton Guthrie works as a QA engineer for a software company. Nine years ago she founded a volunteer-run theater company, Theatre At First. In March Jo was technical director of its production of Pride and Prejudice at the Somerville Theatre. She is happily single, loving being an aunt and godmother! * Jocelyn Wooten Giangrande is a career expert, professional coach, and motivational speaker. She works with women to build confidence and unlock full potential. She is the author of What’s in Your Sandwich, 10 Sure-Fire Ingredients for Career Success. * Matt Elders and wife Christine are settled in Marin County, Calif., with their active boys Jack, 13, and Luke, 11. Five years ago the couple founded Can Do Kid, which manufactures and sells natural, gluten-free energy bars. Their overarching mission is to inspire kids to live a more-engaged life. Matt also works for Yext, a search technology company. * Gil Falcone and wife Christine call Sonoma County home. Gil retired after 20 years in diving safety and marine science/research and conservation including time involved in every aspect of the diving programs at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. He’s finishing an M.S. at USF’s environmental management program. * Hank and Cindy Hudson Whittenberg and their kids, Kyla (college sophomore), Jenna (11th), and Peter (10th), live in Derry, N.H., where Hank practices estate planning with Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green, PA, working in both their N.H. and Boston offices. * Kerry Murphy Tellier lives in Weston, Mass., with husband Scott and kids Caitlyn, 14, Declan, 11, and Kiernan, 9. Kiernan underwent a successful bone marrow transplant in 2010 for a rare, fatal immune disease. * For 15 years Jamie Arsenault has been athletic director at New Hampton School in N.H. Jamie and wife Lara are busy watching their kids, and New Hampton students, Ryder (11th grade) and Dempsey (9th) in three seasons of sports. * Chris and Lisa Kearney Brown live in Newton, Mass. with Nat, 15, Sydney, 13, and Will, 11. Lisa heads the English department at Beaver Country Day School, where she also teaches ninth- and 12th-grade classes. Chris is an architect for a firm that designs schools. Weekends are spent renovating their house and watching lots of soccer and lacrosse. They’ve enjoyed Alden Camps, near Colby, for six summers. Garret and Sue Maddock Hinebauch are often there, and Lisa and Sue still enjoy the challenge of the three-mile loop! Sue and Garret, and their sons, Oliver, 12, and Liam, 5, are moving from London to Zurich, where Garret will teach high school English at Zurich International School. * Jonathan Foote lives in Telluride, Colo., with wife Michele and son Hayden. Hayden enjoyed being co-captain of the middle school basketball team this year. Jon recycles historic structures into homes. * In Wilson, Wyo., Jonathan Selkowitz, as one part of his job, photographs the U.S. Ski Team, including Warner Nickerson ’05. Both are recipients of the Colby Ski Team, RB Klinkenberg Award. Jonathan enjoyed skiing Jackson Hole with Dave Rand last spring. * Margot Glockler Liffiton teaches preschool and kindergarten enrichment focusing on the power of play concept as opposed to one that focuses on kids reading at age 2. Her two kids and umpteen pets balance those pursuits. She camps in Maine each summer with Debbie Gentile Springle and Laurie Anderson. * Steven and Becca Bruce Dobberfuhl welcomed a son, Henley, Jan. 4 via gestational carrier. * Margaret Beier is an associate professor of psychology at Rice in Houston, where she lives with her husband, two daughters, and two German shepherds. * Carol Anne Beach encourages our class to get involved now for the planning of our 25th reunion next June. The men’s and women’s lacrosse coaches are also reaching out, so contact them to receive newsletters.