Peter Bryant is relocating to Denver from Santa Fe this summer. He’s working for the Walton Family Foundation, overseeing the international ocean conservation grant portfolio, and he regularly travels to fantastic places like Bali, Costa Rica, and Baja. Kate Carswell makes frequent trips out to Santa Fe to join him for Rocky Mountain hikes and beer sampling. * Rachel England Castle and family are looking forward to a Middle East adventure in August when they move to Madaba, Jordan, to work at King’s Academy. Her boys will attend the American Community School in Amman until they are old enough to attend high school at King’s. * Brian Clement lives in Falmouth, Maine, with his wife and three daughters and is a senior VP at RBC Wealth Management in Portland. He sees Mike Smith (highest-rated physical therapist in Portland), Jeff Merrill (head of security at Long Creek Youth Center), and Kirsten Rossner Buchanan occasionally. * Dyanne Kaufman will join the Avenues World School, a new, dual-language PK-12 private school opening in Chelsea this fall. (All that hard studying in Cuernavaca is really paying off!) She will be the lower-school literacy specialist, and her son will attend grade two. The Avenues plans on opening campuses around the world, with the next one in Mumbai. She recently saw Sarah Hayne Reilly and Cindy Demskie Kenney, along with Cindy’s new baby girl. Congrats Cindy! * Mark Panek’s second book won a Hawai’i Publisher’s Association award for excellence in nonfiction. * Debra Brown recently got back from a trip to Paris that was part of a class on the Expat Moment in Paris. It was a great excuse for her to revisit Hemingway, Fitzgerald—and Paris. She also saw Tina Wright and Cindy Tracy Shumaker on recent trips to New York. Closer to home in Boston, she gets to see Carrie Linn Arnaud fairly often. * I traded e-mails with Nick Childs who is executive creative director, content, at Fleishman-Hillard, an international communications firm in N.Y.C. Google his work and you may find an ad campaign he created that could very well be based on some of our classmate’s dorm rooms at Colby.