Lots of updates, especially weddings, after a very busy summer! Kathleen Nicholson married Emily Hamlin in Wolfeboro, N.H., Aug. 3. Attending were Regina Wohl Clement, Tanya Rosbash, Alex Halls ’09, Jackie Grady Smith, Greg Smith, Lacey Brown ’09, Stacey Dubois, Caroline Voyles, Courtney Williams Lawrie ’09, Kate Emery McCarthy ’06, Charlie Hamlin ’10, Patrick Briody ’10, Katie Briody ’11, and Sam Poland ’04. * Patrick Collins shared that three years into purchasing a regional hospitality and janitorial supply company in West Florida—Coast Brothers—they’ve completed one acquisition of a regional competitor and are looking to acquire a second. * Just before arriving at the fantastic time travel trip that was Reunion Weekend (according to Skylar Sutton), Skylar was inducted into the Directors Guild of America. If you’re in Los Angeles, be part of a live studio audience! In her few non-working hours, Skylar sees Ronnie Wise, Jamie Poster, Lijah Barasz ’06, Hannah Coleman, and Erica Block ’10. She’s trying to liven up the LA Colby network, so if you’re in the city, let her know. * Sarah Goldstein and Evan Eshelman got engaged in July and plan a wedding next summer in Whistler, B.C. * Steve Frechette spent the summer interning at eBay in San Jose. He’s also working on his mobile start-up, Glyph (smartphone app that transforms words into visual art), and hopes to launch soon. Steve’s in his second year at MIT Sloan. * As a Penguin Random House audiobook producer, Julie Wilson won a 2013 Audie Award for the audiobook production of The Great Cake Mystery by Alexander McCall Smith, read by Adjoa Andoh. * Michael Collins and Hayley Adamski, both of Truckee, Calif., married in Tahoe City, Calif. Daniel ’07 and Katrina Gravel Vassallo ’10 attended. Michael and Hayley honeymooned in Big Sur. * Darcy Taylor started a part-time M.B.A. program through Indiana University. * In May Sarah E. Clark finished her Ph.D. in microbiology from UPenn and moved with Kit Clark to Denver, where Sarah started a postdoc and Kit works as a geologist for an oil and gas company. The two were married in June in upstate New York, with 23 members of the Class of 2008 present including Laura Perille, Ling U, Tom Treat, and Luke LaViolet, who were in the wedding party, and Mason Dutton, who played violin. * Megan Smith started medical school at the University of Connecticut. * Jackie Grady married Greg Smith July 13. Kathleen Nicholson and Regina Wohl Clement were bridesmaids, and Tanya Rosbash was Jackie’s maid of honor. Jimmy McDonough was a groomsman. Courtney Williams Lawrie ’09, Mollie Kimmel ’09, Chris Bashaw, Billy Ryan, Greg Enos, Mike McKeon ’09, Kevin Bird ’09, Lauren Duval ’09, Annie Feutz, Justin Smith ’07, and Alex Halls ’09 were there. * Rachel Daly (now Hobbs) married Kevin Hobbs June 15 in Albuquerque, N.M., where they live and where Rachel works as a geologist. Hillary Smith, Danielle Nielsen, Kim Graves, Emily Lyczkowski, Elizabeth Rattey, and Abby Hall attended and had a fabulous time. * Kristen Barnico and Robert D’Angelo are engaged! Kristen just started her M.B.A. at Yale School of Management. * Brent and Sharon Fuller Aigler welcomed Virginia Elizabeth Aug. 23. * Shaelyn Germain works as the programming and marketing director for Wimpy Kid, Inc., a position that has allowed her to travel, including a business trip to Brazil, where she had a mini-reunion with Juan Colon. Shaelyn completed her M.B.A. in hospitality and event management and is organizing a large fundraiser in Oklahoma for the school libraries that were hit by tornados last May. * Eric Hansen met Brad Woodworth in Durham, N.C., on a road trip and then drove to Columbus, Ohio, to see Jenn Malpass and her husband. Marcy Shrader-Lauinger flew in from D.C. Highlights included making Brad eat as many grits as possible for his first trip to the South and seeing a life-size recreation of Seurat’s painting A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte in topiary.