After living for three years in Bangkok (highlights included visits from Liz Keith and Jill Kooyoomjian), Michele Elliot and Brian Carovillano moved to Montclair, N.J. Brian is working in New York for the Associated Press. “We’re happy to be here, and our kids (8 and 4) have been thrilled by all the snow this winter. It has been quite a homecoming!” * Jon Frothingham and his wife, Tamsyn, live in western Maine, and their business, Brilliant Smiles Dental Hygiene, is going really well. They signed up for the Great Northeast Tough Mudder event in Westbrook, Maine, in August (his third, her first), so they’ll be busy training this summer. As a member of After Eight, the a cappella group made up of Colby Eight alumni, Jon planned to attend reunion weekend again this year for the annual rehearsal and performance at all of the class dinners. “Definitely looking forward to it but also excited for our 20th reunion next year!” * Regina Wlodarski Kruger is excited to move to Shrewsbury, Mass. She will live a lot closer to her daughter, who attends a residential school near Boston. “I’m also glad to be farther north, near skiing and Colby.” * Noah Learner and his wife moved from Nantucket, Mass., to the Boulder, Colo., area in August. He works in website design/social media, and his wife, Lori, works as a horticulturist. Noah received an invitation to play in the Amateur Disc Golf World Championships in Minneapolis this summer, and his kids, Calvin, 7, and Dylan, 5, are doing well. * Dan Polk is the founding director of global citizenship at the Hamlin School in San Francisco. * Gerald Coakley left the practice of law and, in December 2013, opened a restaurant in Dedham, Mass., called Heirloom Kitchen. It specializes in providing farm-to-table meals that busy people and families can heat at home. Have a restaurant-quality meal on the table in 20-30 minutes! * Michelle Grdina has been working with the Colby alumni office and is already gearing up for our 20th reunion next year. We’re shooting for a record turnout next June (4-7) for a great weekend on Mayflower Hill. If you’re interested in helping with the reunion, please contact me. See you there!