Jim Condron received an August residency at the Heliker-LaHotan Foundation and will have uninterrupted time to paint on an island in Maine. * Bob Gramling is a palliative care doctor and researcher at URochester. He and wife Lindy are enjoying the whirlwind of two great teenage kids who are into everything. * Polly Sheridan-Kenny is firmly planted in Glen Ellyn, Ill. She and husband Jim have three kids, John, 11, Matthew, 9, and Bridget, 6. Polly is five years cancer-free and recently did an all-women’s triathlon that benefits women’s cancer foundations (particularly ovarian cancer). Polly loved the fact that it was an all-women’s race supporting these causes. * Melissa Small keeps busy with four children. She teaches Spanish and algebra part time at their Montessori school in Chelsea, Maine. Her oldest will be a ninth grader at Kents Hill School, where they live and her husband works. She can’t believe she is the mom of a teenager. June marked two years since her cancer diagnosis—she is so grateful for these two years! Her family gathered in Mass. at the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. What a great way to celebrate being a survivor! She’s still running and doing occasional 5Ks. * Kimberly Kennedy lives in Sarasota and loves having the number-one beach in her backyard. She has her master’s in physical therapy and has been practicing for 14 years. She ran a half marathon in March and placed first in age and 16th overall female in a group of 3,000 runners. She keeps in touch with best friends Jill Vollweiler ’90 and Roxann Flavius Greenaway ’94. * Warren Claytor’s architecture firm is doing well and staying busy with projects ranging from restoring historic cabins at Crescent H Ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyo., to a new 20,000-square-foot home in Philadelphia, complete with indoor pool. * Molly Beale Constable enjoyed reunion weekend tucked into the aromatic basement of East Quad with Anne Maddocks Michels, Elaine Bueschen O’Grady, Jen Nehro Patriacca, Amy Selinger Elefante, Sura DuBow Lennon, Lyz Makely Best, Meg Ewing Weiss, Marah Silverberg Derzon, Jim Conrad, David Cody, Thorn Luth, Torin Taylor, Josh Cummings, Wylie Dufresne, Dave Leavy, Steve Neuhauser, Aaron Davis, and Stephen Bell. What a showing! They wandered around the beautiful green campus, explored buildings, visited the library tower, ate a strict diet of Big G’s, ran the five-mile loop, attended lectures by Cecily von Ziegesar and Chris Arnold, played pool at the awesome Spa and danced to terrible DJ music, played beer die and indoor wiffle ball, and slept on those good ole plastic mattresses as the sun came up over Johnson Pond. Memory lane delivered. She’s bringing cornhole next time. Chris Frothingham was at reunion, sort of. He saw Meredith Trowt Johnson, JC Klick, and Jim Albright at the lobster bake, then ran off to do his After Eight stuff (be jackalopes, rehearse, be jackalopes, then go sing at the dinners). That was followed by an immediate departure to get back home to one sick daughter, one recovering daughter, one daughter coming down with it, and one very worn out wife! JC met up with Meredith and Jim and also saw Pete Carney and Adam Belanger. Others in attendance were Bryan Chase, Jay Hermsen, Joe Savoie, and Steve Schwartz ’88. Trey Vincent flew in from London! Jeannette Riddle Flynn was there with her family. She is a pediatric oncologist in Utah. Katie Martin, Jason Eslick, and Mark Boles were there. Bill Higgins’s thoughts: campus has changed so much but feels the same, Big G’s hit the spot, ensure your eggs are hardboiled (Marah), he cannot catch anything with numbers on it (Boles), thank goodness he never had a single (claustrophobic), who has my iPod, Lake House still intact, who was the ringer brought in to play “die.” And who returned the taps? * Keep the news coming as Molly Beale Constable takes the reins. Signing off!