Hi, all! I’m taking over class correspondent duties for Dana Fowler Charette this time around. Dana and her husband, Jon, expected their third child while the news was being collected, and their beautiful daughter, Linley Fowler Charette, was born Sept. 5. Congratulations! * That was just the start of our class’s baby news. Dave and Lindsay Scott McGeehan welcomed their second child, Nolan, July 31. He joins big sister Clare, 3. * Brooke (Congdon) ’02 and Mike Wilmot welcomed a daughter, Roosevelt “Rosie,” April 26. Mike still loves life as a teacher and coach at Pingree School in South Hamilton, Mass. * Erik Balsbaugh and his wife, Carolyn, welcomed their first child, Sawyer Michael, April 2. Eric reports that he is finding Ally Giard Downey’s website, weeSpring, incredibly helpful in wading through the morass that is baby toys, seats, Jumperoos, and ExerSaucers. * Liz Hubbard Weinfurter still enjoys life as a Minnesotan and recently celebrated 12 years in the biomedical library at the University of Minnesota. Liz is a liaison librarian working extensively with the school of nursing, and she is president of the midwest chapter of the Medical Library Association. She and her husband, Mark, expected a baby girl Sept. 4. * Hannah Smith Harrison’s first picture book, Extraordinary Jane, which she both wrote and illustrated, will be released in March 2014. It looks super cute and can be preordered now on Amazon. Also available on Amazon is The Little Rippers (Volume 1: Here Come the Little Rippers) by Becky Munsterer. Get shopping, people; all the babies mentioned above should own these books. * Following Hurricane Sandy, Todd Minor became the director of Friends of Rockaway, which helps low-income residents of Rockaway, NYC, rebuild their homes. He is very busy but enjoys his work immensely. * Todd should look up Michelle Farrell, as she just moved to the city. Michelle continues to work as an assistant professor of Spanish and Portuguese at Fairfield University. * Liz Richards Rivenbark had a very busy summer, earning tenure and promotion to associate professor of art history at the University of South Alabama in June and marrying John Robert Rivenbark in July. To top it all off they celebrated with Jen Jost and Colleen Dugan in Maine in August. * Julie Drew Williams has been named the executive director of the American Independence Museum in Exeter, N.H. The museum closed last fall due to financial difficulty, so there is quite a lot of work to be done, but I know she will do a great job. She’s currently working on a strategic plan and hopes to announce some exciting changes in the coming months. * Rob Henzi just celebrated his second wedding anniversary with his wife, Pamela. They live on Vinegar Hill in Brooklyn. Rob started a new job as strategy director at VICE Media. He looks forward to heading to New Orleans in October for the wedding of Dana Dupre and Justin Ehrenwerth (congratulations!). While there he also plans to see Rob Tarlock and Tim Grayson. * Pam Foxley Arifian lives in Sharon, Conn., with her husband and daughter Lena, 3. She is the sustainability director at Silver Lake Conference Center, a summer camp and retreat center operated by the Connecticut Conference of the United Church of Christ. * That’s all for now!