I just got back from an amazing weekend in Manchester, Vt., where we stayed at the home of Bliss Woolmington ’02 and Pat Bernal. They expect their second baby boy in September. I ran the Covered Bridges Half Marathon with Pat and Ben Schreiner and also saw Kate Isley and Eric Kostrowski. We celebrated birthdays of my daughter Alden and of Pat and Bliss’s son Jude—first and third birthday respectively—together June 1. * Bret and Michelle Chandler Oettmeier welcomed their second baby boy, Wyatt James, May 10, in N.Y.C. * Christian and Whitney Dayton Brunet welcomed Webster “Web” Michael Brunet March 26. * Evan Reece and wife Annie welcomed their daughter, Marley Stover, in April. * Hue ’00 and Danielle D’Entremont Lam expect their first baby boy in July. Danielle will also end her chief resident year and start as a general pediatrician in Massachusetts in the fall. * Ripley Martin left the Boston Consulting Group after six years. Wife Jennifer and kids Grace, 4, and Cooper, 18 months, moved to Acton, Mass., and he recently joined Philips Electronics in a corporate strategy role. Ria Calong-Russo is also at Philips and helped him find the position. * Big Room Studios (bigroomstudios.com), a creative technology company cofounded by Sam Mateosian ’01 and his brother, celebrated its 10th year in June. They’re proud to employ two Colby grads, Brian Leighton ’10 and Matt Boutet ’00, and they’re hiring web-hacker/developers in Portland, Maine. Please send them a résumé! * Ted Wallach was hired as creative director for WeWork, a physical social network and the largest coworking space in the U.S. * Nathan Boland, his wife, and two boys moved to Walla Walla, Wash., where Nathan will be an assistant professor in chemistry at Whitman. * In May 2011 Amanda Adams married Vishal Jain (Mandy Gagnon attended), and on April 21 they welcomed their first child, daughter Anjali. * Julie Hall Drew Williams recently went back to work at the Trustees of Reservations, the nation’s oldest statewide land trust and one of he largest nonprofits in Massachusetts, as the director of annual leadership giving, juggling working full-time and being a full-time mom. * Josh and Alison Aiello Lemaitre welcomed their first baby, Alfred “Alfie” Powell, May 19. * Robert and Melanie Morin Small welcomed their first child, Brady Richard, June 12. They still live in Brandenburg, Ky., where Melanie works as an active-duty Army psychiatrist at Fort Knox. She looks forward to summer maternity leave and enjoying their lakefront home with her new baby boy! * Michelle Cook eloped last January on a beach in Hawaii. She married fellow veterinarian Jonathan Plenn. They’re both finishing internships and moving to Portland, Ore., this summer. * Elizabeth Hoorneman received an M.A. in art history from Penn State, and now attends Tufts for an M.A.T. in art education. * Kohji ’00 and Yuki Kodera Watanabe and daughter Maya, 3, welcomed a baby boy, Akira, in February. Koji works for Commerce Bank. Yuki loves her job as an international student/immigration advisor at the University of Kansas. * Richard Hallquist is starting a full-time M.B.A. program this fall at UNC, Chapel Hill, and is extremely excited! He’s also excited to catch up with Rob Egleston and wife Celia, who are driving down later this month from Chicago as part of their vacation. * Lauren Schaad is attempting Mount Elbrus, the highest point in Europe and one of the seven summits. * Stuart Luth is producing (and acting in) White Alligator, wife Viviana Leo’s comedic feature film about stereotyping in the entertainment industry. They shot in New York this spring and will be submitting it to festivals this fall. (whitealligatorthemovie.com) * Angela Makkas lives in Cambridge, where she’s been for about a year. She recently changed jobs from Johnson & Johnson to Biogen Idec, working in human resources.