Lauren Bliss and Andrew St. Martin were married Aug. 31, 2013, in an intimate ceremony with immediate family. They live in Attleboro, Mass., and recently got a puppy. Last June Andrew passed the CFA Level III exam, the last in the series, so now his weekends are free from studying and he’s back to mowing the lawn! Lauren sees Thad and Jill Laramee Feeney and their two children, Maggie and Parker, often. * Patrick and Nicole Russo Evans welcomed a beautiful little girl June 26—Nora Stone Evans. * Kevin Smalley and his wife welcomed a new bundle—Meghan Emily—last June as well. Kevin and his family still live in Seminole, Fla., where Kevin teaches math and coaches football and wrestling. * Kyle Burke had a great time teaching at Colby last year and now lives in New Hampshire and teaches at Plymouth State. * Pete Chapin received his M.B.A. from Boston University in May. He started a job in the Boston area at Continuum, a design and innovation consultancy. One of his coworkers is Yuhgo Yamaguchi ’95. Pete recently spent a long weekend in New Hampshire with Danielle O’Steen and Etan Wenger. Pete has also visited with Colby roommate Mac Cathles and his new baby girl, Tegan, and freshman roommate Mike Lee. * Ben Tuff recently got into triathlons and joined the Timex Factory Team. He’s competed in about 20 tris, including the NYC Triathlon, in which he raised $4,500 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund. His wife, Gretchen Black Tuff ’04, also competed in and finished the NYC Triathlon. They both live and work at Rumsey Hall School, a junior boarding school in Connecticut. * Sarah Walsh was just wrapping up five weeks in Paris at the Women’s Rugby World Cup when she wrote. It was an incredible experience and not a bad place to spend a month—she wasn’t looking forward to going back to the office full time! * Andrea Taylor Gavin moved to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, last September with her husband and daughter, Grace, 2, after 10 years in NYC. She’s working in communications for the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and expecting her first Colby visitor, Kate Hughes, this fall. * Speaking of Kate Hughes, she is now a British citizen! She recently moved to Bury St. Edmunds and is starting an M.B.A. program at Cranfield University in January. She still works in music sales and enjoys singing and sailing in her spare time. * Garrett Kephart leads the adult tripping program for Keewaydin Canoe Camp (where Garrett used to guide trips when he was at Colby) and joined the Keewaydin Foundation board of directors. This summer he led 10 adults, ages 40-70, on a two-week canoe trip down the Marten and Rupert rivers in northern Quebec. The route is the same trip he completed when he was 17 years old in 1998. He lost a canoe in rapids on the Marten that year and threw out four wannigans (wooden containers) worth of food to make space for the additional paddlers (Todd Hunsdorfer ’04 was a camper on the trip). Sixteen years later, they found the wannigans in the same place they’d left them … a bit weathered, but still very much intact. * My husband, Steve, and I welcomed a new addition to our family, Violet Tess Puglisi, on June 30. She joins a proud big sister, Anabelle, 2. We’re really enjoying being a family of four!