I just met with Emiko Boezeman ’11, assistant director of the Colby Fund. We’re starting to gear up for our 10-year reunion and put together the reunion committee. I can’t believe we are starting to plan this already! It doesn’t seem like that much time has passed since we were all together on Mayflower Hill. * Thanks to everyone who continues to write in with updates. Tim Smith started a new social enterprise to connect immigrants with new jobs in the Bay Area, and he continues to try to convince Ted Sullivan to move to San Francisco. * Matthew Ritter was reelected to the CT House of Representatives. He and his wife, Marilyn Katz, are expecting their first child in the spring. * Josh German lives in Denver and recently got engaged. * Mahdi Bseiso lives in New York City, where he bought an oceanfront condo. He still works in the banking technology industry and now runs his own company. He married Oksana Bandrivska, who is from Ukraine and is a U.S. immigration attorney working at a Wall Street law firm. They just celebrated their one-year anniversary in the Maldives and in Dubai. * Marley Orr got engaged to Gabe Reilly while on vacation in Hawaii. She also just started a new job at Oracle. * Kaz Zarnetske still lives in Anchorage, Alaska, as a doctor of physical therapy at the only long-term acute care hospital in the state. She visited the East Coast in October to see her brother and sister-in-law, Jay ’00 and Phoebe Lehmann Zarnetske ’01, who are completing their postdoc’s at Yale. In her visit she met up with Laura Snow. Kaz spends spare time in Alaska mountaineering, skiing, ice climbing, hiking, camping, and fishing. She attempts to live as sustainably as possible by filling her freezer with fish, clams, moose, and caribou harvested and hunted by herself or one of her friends. In December Caroline Morrissey ’02 visited on her return trip home from a multiyear contract working with the government in northeastern Africa.