Congrats to Doug Jocelyn and wife Leah, who live in Needham, Mass., and have two children, Hannah, 4 and Nina, 2. Doug started a new job at Biogen Idec in Cambridge in July and looks forward to the upcoming reunion. * Derek Luke continues to set personal records at Newport Storm from total amount of beer made, to efficiencies, to most customer visits, to most hours worked, to “happiest we have ever been—things are looking up.” The rum is really doing well—up another 400 percent or so this year. Production has tripled from two years ago, and that will allow them to move the spirit into states beyond R.I. soon. * Maggie Drummond married Matt Bahl June 2, and they’re expecting baby Drummond-Bahl in January. * David and Nina Perkins Newman moved to Ridgefield, Conn., with children, Lily, 9, Elise, 7, and Will, 4. Nina started her new job as admission director at School of the Holy Child in Rye, N.Y. * Alison Kelleher married her high school sweetheart, David Mackey, June 2, after running into each other at their 15-year high school reunion (so go to your reunions!). * Alex ’96 and Mary Thach Chin welcomed their second child, Henry Christopher, Aug. 10. Big sister Lily is over the moon! Uncle Chris Chin ’93 was among the first visitors, along with Jason Kidwell ’96 and wife Jennifer. Tony Frangie ’01 also popped in for a visit. They’re so happy to be living in Alex’s hometown of Duxbury, Mass., amidst family and friends. * Peter Felmly continues to practice law in Maine and has started dabbling in abstract art using nonperishable items. * Bill and Betsy Kies Raftery welcomed their second son, Jason Patrick, July 24. Big brother Sean is 3. * Emily Larsen married Isaiah Moore May 25, and they expected their first child, a girl, in September. Emily still teaches biology at a charter high school in south Phoenix, but they recently moved to Tempe. * Josh Walton and wife Andi had their second daughter, Iris Helen, July 11. They’re still in Flagstaff, Ariz. * Mike Cuzzi and wife Heather expect their second child in mid-October. Daughter Maegan, 2, has already announced that she’s going to Colby. * Jessica Rice Healey works at The Nature Conservancy in Massachusetts. After working in international conservation for so long, she’s having fun supporting conservation efforts in her home state, as well as around the globe. She enjoys working with Caroline Allison ’08. * Tom and Anne Miller Crumlish welcomed their daughter, Emily, into the world. * Class president Sandra Hughes Goff encourages everyone to save the date for our 15th reunion, June 6-9. The more of us who come, the more fun we’ll have! * Thank you for your submissions, and enjoy fall!