Anne Hussey ran into Elliott Pratt and Fred Madeira when she was on Mayflower Hill in May to watch her nephew, Philip (son of Tim Hussey ’78) graduate. Anne’s daughter is already talking about being a member of the class of 2027! * Brian Neligan and his family moved to Charlotte, N.C. Brian, Elizabeth, and daughters Margot and Larkin have been exploring the area, playing tennis, and taking in a minor league baseball game or two. Brian likes to check out the bluegrass scene while the girls shop. * Joy Crafts McNaughton’s son, Nicholas Cantrell, graduated from Emory Law in May and has a fellowship in the Cobb County (Ga.) district attorney’s office. Joy is in her 15th year as a staff attorney at Hanover Insurance. She and her husband went on a cross-country trip on the California Zephyr from San Francisco to Chicago with stops in Yosemite and Denver. * Bob Bower’s daughter, Maggie, is a Colby senior this year. She stepped away from her longtime summer job as a Maine canoe guide to intern at NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers. * Jane Dibden is a pastor in the Oklahoma Panhandle. She has two kids in high school, two in college, and one who is a pastor and librarian in Maine. Jane writes that she found being the mother of the bride a life-changing experience. * Echoing this sentiment was Lynn Collins Francis, whose daughter Beth was married on the Cape this summer and settled in Acton, Mass. * Sue McLeod moved back to Maine in 2011, spending winters in Bath and summers on Southport Island near Boothbay Harbor. In addition to her work in leadership development, Sue is Big Sister to an 11-year-old future engineer, serves on the board of the Kennebec Estuary Land Trust, volunteers with Main Street Bath, knits, gardens, and spends time on her boat. Oh, and she’s a notary public who officiates at weddings! * Carol Sly completed her 26th Pan Mass Challenge (two days, 192 miles) and vacationed with her family in Rhode Island afterward. Her son, John, will be a freshman engineering student at UVA this fall, and her other son, Neal, will be a tenth grader. Patty Valavanis Smith joined Carol in Rhode Island for a day of kayaking and visiting. Carol also saw Cornelia Armbrecht Brefka, whose son Paul landed a job in the next town over from Carol’s home in Virginia. * Barry ’79 and Liz Yanagihara Horwitz spent a week in Paris this spring. Their daughter was just accepted into a master’s program in architecture at Northeastern, and they’re thrilled that she’ll be close to home. Liz had a busy summer playing her bass with the MIT Philharmonic and the Mercury Orchestra. * And don’t forget that our 35th reunion is coming up next June. Plan to be on Mayflower Hill the weekend of June 4-7, 2015.