Everyone, please join our class Facebook page: Colby College Class of 1990 25th Reunion. It’s a great way to reconnect before reunion. * Cinda Jones wins the prize for best recollection of where she was in January 25 years ago: interning at Inc. Magazine in Boston. These days she is seeking a dynamic entertainment venue for the 14,400-square-foot former sawmill in the growing Mill District in North Amherst, Mass. * Betsy Morgan (who was recently promoted to CEO of TheBlaze, an independent news and entertainment television network and website) did a fantastic job as moderator at the welcome reception for President Greene in New York this fall. Afterward, I caught up with Steve Nahley, Dan Forman, and Dyanne Kaufman, all of whom live in the city. Steve and Dan both practice law, and Dyanne teaches in a private elementary school. * Congratulations to Chris Haddad on being named partner at the Seattle architecture firm Suyama Peterson Deguchi. Chris is also an esteemed sculptor whose work—most often in metal—has been exhibited in many galleries and is featured in private collections nationally. * Erika and Rudy Penczer and their two kids moved back to Maine last summer to work and live at Kents Hill School in Readfield. She is assistant head and dean of faculty, and he teaches in the school’s learning center. * Dana Frost Allara and her husband have two teenage sons. She is a certified parent coach and works with moms and dads in achieving their parenting goals. She sees her freshman-year roommate, Melissa Lawton Bennett, and family often, most recently in Foxboro for a Patriots game. * Kate Brennan Dailey, her husband, and their three kids live in Marblehead, Mass. She works as a charter yacht broker matching boats and crews to clients in the Caribbean, which requires travel to the Virgin Islands at least once a year. * David Coleman, his wife, and two kids still split their time between California and their farm in Vermont, where they grow grass and maple trees. * Scott Kessel lives with his wife and three daughters in Rockport, Maine. After his daughter’s high school track meet at Colby last fall, he decided he needed a Colby Eight so headed over to the Spa. Initially dismayed not to see it listed on the menu, he was relieved the chef knew exactly what it was and happily made one for him. In his spare time, Scott runs a half-marathon every month and plays in a big-band jazz orchestra. * After 10 years as a stay-at-home mom, Eileen Kenney Lindgren earned her master’s in counseling psychology and is interning as a counselor in a Palo Alto elementary school. * Richard Marcus and his wife welcomed baby number two in November 2014 and now enjoy life with two kids under 2. * Carol Lockwood still lives in Hawaii and is busy with her eclectic law practice and raising her two sons. * Holly Peirce sent greetings from 8,200 feet in Mexico City, where she, husband Sean Pratt, and their son are in their second year with the U.S. Embassy. * Julie Ambrose Gray spends much of her time on fields and in gyms, often watching her girls compete with the daughters of Kirsten Rossner Buchanan, Debbie Adams, Matt Hancock, and Tom Whelan. Karin Killmer Kurry was her daughter’s science teacher last year. Julie often crosses paths with Marlene Feidelseit Barry and was thrilled to run into Michelle Perron at Popham Beach last summer. * I ran into Jodie Brown Lawlor and Jen Lally Kent at a lacrosse tournament in Orlando this fall. Jen, who is one of the coaches of the BC women’s lacrosse team, was there recruiting. Jodie reported that she, Tom Whelan, and Cathy Hugo Swan have already reserved their own ultra-luxurious RV for reunion.