Brent McLean and his wife, Tara, welcomed their first child, Alexander Grant McLean, March 25, 2014. “His papers have been submitted for his membership in the Sons of the American Revolution, and he’s proven himself a great traveler.” Alexander has already traveled on 30 flights between Bend, Ore., and Telluride, Colo., where Brent and his family spend their winters. “If anyone is heading to Telluride, look us up at Madeline Hotel and Residences,” writes Brent. * Darragh Fitzsimons Young recently saw Lisa Zorn Smeglin and her family for a New Year’s Day party. “Sadly, this is what New Year’s has come to—kids parties on New Year’s Day and early nights the night before!” Darragh’s daughter, Bryce, 11, is into fencing and archery, and her son Tripp, 8, plays hockey. Her son Weston, 2, is doing his best to catch up to his older siblings. Darragh hopes to make the 20th reunion: “I have heard from older alums that this one is pretty special and a great year to make it. I hope to see everyone there!” * Chris Fortune received his M.B.A. from Wharton in 2005 and has been a financial analyst at T. Rowe Price for 10 years. He and his wife, Ashley, have three kids (12, 10, and 6). They’re building a house in the Baltimore/Washington, D.C., area. Chris keeps in touch with JoRoy Lizewski; he lives on Maryland’s Eastern Shore and is happily married with two kids. “JoRoy is leading a charge to get a group to travel to Maine for our 20-year reunion,” writes Chris. * Dave Chen is also looking forward to reunion. “Twenty years ago I was probably skiing at Sugarloaf during Jan Plan … and these past couple of weeks, I was doing the same!” He and his wife, Georgia Brian ’96, live in Boxford, Mass., with their two girls, Ava, 9, and Zoe, 6. They bought a place near Sugarloaf 14 years ago and spend weekends there. They often hang with Pete Hoffmann and his wife, Natasha, and occasionally have dinner with Jason Spooner in Portland on their way to and from Sugarloaf. For New Year’s, Dave and Georgia celebrated with Brian and Michele Elliot Carovillano and their two kids; Dave, Brian, and Bill Logan skied together at Kicking Horse in British Columbia last January. * Emily Fantasia Hayes and her family moved to England in December. They’re settling in and enjoying being able to travel so easily throughout Europe. They expect to be back in the States in 2017. * Abe Rogers is in his final semester of graduate school at Boston College for elementary education. He is student-teaching in a fifth-grade classroom and serving in the Massachusetts National Guard. “Hope to see you at reunion this summer!” * In September Bryan Carey founded Conn Maciel Carey PLLC, a boutique law firm in Washington, D.C. “We are off to a good start.” * Lindsay Bennigson Jernigan lives in the Mad River Valley of Vermont, where she enjoys watching her two daughters fall in love with winter play. She sees Beth Timm Preston on the ski slopes while they watch their kids compete as ski racers. Lindsay isn’t the only White Mule living in the area; she reminisces about Colby days with local friends Helen Hopkins Kellogg ’92, Drew Simmons ’89, and Galen Carr ’97. Lindsay works as a psychologist with a private practice in the Burlington area. * Sandra Jewers Dow was a guest speaker for a Colby Jan Plan course taught by Chad Higgins ’94. She shared her experience working in the U.S. attorney’s office in the district of Maine. Chad is a lawyer for Goodwin Procter LLP. * We’re looking forward to seeing many of you up on the Hill for our 20th reunion this summer, June 4-7!