If you are changing planes at an international airport and think you caught a glimpse of Jim Helmer, you likely did. Jim has the traveling bug and in the recent past has been in Norway, France, and Tanzania. * Closer to home Mike Picher was rummaging around in his garage and found a lost treasure. Mike uncovered the very lacrosse stick that he used to score Colby’s first goal in an intercollegiate game—against Bowdoin no less! * Caroline Kresky is stepping up her career by opening a law firm, Ichter Kresky. She is in the heart of Atlanta, where she walks to work, and her firm employs 10 lawyers. * Kurt Swenson is celebrating the completion of his summer house in Rye, N.H. Kurt still lives most of the year in Hopington, N.H., where he has been for 38 years. While Kurt has no plans to leave the chilly climes of New England, he did spend his 70th birthday with his family in a rented villa in the Caribbean. He is loyal to New Hampshire but allows himself a winter getaway. * Several years ago Leanne Davidson Kaslow moved from Birmingham, Ala., to Washington, D.C., where her husband, Dick, works for the VA. Leanne has children in Colorado and Connecticut, and she is looking forward to her son’s wedding in Colorado. She has three grandchildren and enjoys her book club and singing in an a cappella group. If you are in Washington this spring you might see Leanne’s singing group perform at the Kennedy Center. After that she’s headed to Argentina and Chile.