Greetings! Quite a bit to report, so here we go. Dave Vincent left active-duty Army service last December and began full-time studies at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business’s M.B.A. program. He says it’s fun being a student again, especially in Washington. * After eight years in Georgetown, Mass., Paige Brown Waters and her family moved back to Newburyport, Mass., where daughters Gabrielle and Alexandra entered sixth and fifth grade respectively and are heavily involved in soccer and dance. The family enjoys the wonderful parks, restaurants, school/town events, and nearby Plum Island. Paige’s husband, Charles, is a partner at Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green in Boston. Paige works part time for monster.ca in addition to her school PTO/NEF volunteer work. Water’s Edge Seaglass is a hobby. They cherish time in Maine for skiing at Saddleback, Fourth of July fireworks and lobster in Portland, and fall excursions in Acadia. * Del Lloyd and her husband quit corporate America jobs in technology and will travel around the world for the next year or so. They started in Portugal Sept. 1 and have a blog at popgoestheworldblog.com. * Audrey Wittemann Wennink has lived in Chicago for 16 years and has worked as a transportation planner at Cambridge Systematics for eight years. Current projects include transportation safety plans in Montana, freight rail operations improvements in Chicago, and transit prioritization in Chicago suburbs. This summer, after picking up her daughter, Claire, 9, at summer camp in Wisconsin, her family drove to the East Coast via Canada. After visiting Quebec they drove through Waterville and stopped at Colby (first time since the 10th reunion) on the way to their annual summer vacation in Rockport, Mass. * Dan “Jazzy D” Raymont lives in Nyack with his wife and his daughter, Lulu, 5. He says it’s a refreshing relief from the frenetic concrete jungle of Manhattan (and even Brooklyn at this point). Dan had a busy year in films. He headed to L.A. for the premiere of Instructions Not Included, filmed in Mexico last summer. It was his first bilingual role. Other projects include Angriest Man in Brooklyn with Robin Williams (“experience of a lifetime”) and The Amazing Spiderman 2. He’s also been shooting a series of spots for Tidy Cats. * Kay Cowperthwait and her partner, Ann, were married Aug. 12 after 19 years together. They had a wedding 17 years ago, but it was nice to make it official in Massachusetts after the Supreme Court ruling in June. Their daughter, Sophie, 12, and son Tate, 6, were thrilled to participate in the small family ceremony on the beach in Nantucket. Kay hopes to catch a women’s hockey game this winter. Go Mules! * Brian Quinn is a financial advisor in Needham, Mass., and lives in Foxboro with children Lexi, 12, Dylan, 10, and Macy, 7, who keep him busy with soccer, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, and gymnastics. He writes, “I still find time to play golf and hockey, though I haven’t found the need to revisit the Mohawk. Matt Gibbons lives up the street from me, and we revisit the iPlay days by playing in an over-35 softball league. I also see or talk frequently to Jeff Hartwell, who lives in Cohasset and has two young boys, and Blake Liebert, who has two kids and is up in Salisbury, Mass., and is also a vet. Jeff and Blake recently bought their first boats. Dave Ford has a young son and works in development at Harvard and lives in Newton, Mass. Mike Freret is a real estate mogul living in Phoenix with four boys who can be as charming and surly as Mike, and Matt Greenlaw is in Portland, Ore., and runs hockey camps and programs. Toby Cox is a pediatrician near Salt Lake and has ample time to abuse himself on the mountain bike and the ski slopes, and Dave Mumford, another financial advisor, lives on the West Coast but makes biannual trips to the East Coast.” * Keep the news coming!