Sally Zimmerli and Tim Seston hail from Concord Academy in Concord, Mass., where they live with their three boys, Charlie, 8, Luke, 4, and Owen, 4. Both Sally and Tim coach at the school, and Sally is a history teacher there. This past fall, along with the Concord Academy Athletic Council, the family was involved with the Chandler Bowl for Changing Lives, a fundraising event to raise awareness about cerebral palsy, which affects their son Luke. Tim recently recorded his first CD, Wake the Imagination. Tim has been entertaining children with original stories and songs on a part-time basis for the past seven years (www.frompagetoplay.com). Tim writes, “We keep in regular touch with Colby friends and have enjoyed meeting other alumni throughout the years. Likewise we’ve enjoyed the smiles of our own students as they apply to and choose Colby. Wishing all our classmates the best as we hit that 20-year milestone and have adjusted to life over 40.” * Mark Radcliffe is now on his fifth year in New York, happily living in the West Village, and still an ad writer by day and a singer/songwriter by night. Mark writes, “Have just completed a new novel called Misadventures in Matchmaking (looking for an agent!) and am trying to complete a new album by June or so.” * Reena Chandra Rajpal is the director of development for the Department of Human Oncology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (UWSMPH). She has a joint appointment with the UWSMPH and the University of Wisconsin Foundation (UWF). At UWF, Reena is part of the Medical Advancement Group, which oversees development for the UWSMPH, UW hospital and clinics, American Family Children’s Hospital, School of Veterinary Medicine, and the Waisman Center. * Kim Carlson McGee and husband Jamie celebrated their 15th anniversary and welcomed daughter Elsa Soderman McGee in September 2012. Elsa joins brother Hugh, 2, and sister Annelise, 7. Kim and family live in Mystic, Conn., where Kim practices law part time while enjoying the job of full-time mother. Kim says, “It is a challenging yet wonderful balance. My very best wishes to all.” * Jeff Zlot was named one of the Top 1,000 Advisors in America by Barron’s. This is his second consecutive appearance on the Barron’s Top 1,000 list. Jeff is a managing director at the Presidio Group LLC, which he cofounded in 1997. * Wondering if they still serve veggie burgers in Foss Dining Hall? Andrew Nemiccolo would like to know, too! Last summer, Andrew moved from Kansas City to Half Moon Bay, Calif., with his two kids, Noah, 10, and Chaya Grace, 8. Andrew has his own business, Seven Story Learning, which helps businesses use client success stories for sales and marketing. Andrew is looking forward to seeing classmates on campus at our 20th reunion. * Dev Tandon’s first trip back to Colby since graduation will be our upcoming 20th reunion. Dev is currently an entrepreneur living in New York City with his wife and two daughters. His latest company, Trunkt, was acquired by Etsy last year. He now works at Etsy as part of the senior management team building new products and services. * The next column will be full of news from our 20th reunion. If you haven’t already made your plans, you still have time to get yourself to Mayflower Hill for June 7, 8, and 9. See you there!