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July 30, 2012

Births: July 30, 2012

FAUBERT — A daughter, Haidyn Ann, born July 17, 2012, to Cierra and Chad Faubert.

DONAH — A son, Aiden Michael, born July 17, 2012, to Chelsea Martineau and Aaron Donah.

SAVIOR — A daughter, Aliyah Jordon, born July 17, 2012, to Christina and Jordon Savior.

FLEMING — A son, Mason David, born July 18, 2012, to Tiana Mason and Daniel Fleming.

MANABET — A son, Kalani Robert Michael, born July 18, 2012, to Taylor Dickinson and Andrew Manabet.

LABOUNTY — A daughter, Sophie Marie, born July 18, 2012, to Quinn Babbie and Matthew LaBounty.

PIROFSKY — A son, Theodore William, born July 19, 2012, to Rebecca and William Pirofsky.

EVERETT — A son, Kieran Thomas, born July 19, 2012, to Jessica Smile and Kyle Everett.

DUSO — A daughter, Makayla Valorie, born July 19, 2012, to Britney Buskey and Jason Duso.

DEARBORN — A son, Lucas James, born July 19, 2012, to Jessica and Lawrence Dearborn III.

WELLS — A son, Casey Heath, born July 21, 2012, to Heather and Cory Wells.

SIMARD SHERMAN — A daughter, Aahanna Kay-Lynn, born July 21, 2012, to Morgan Simard and Justin Sherman.

DEVINS — A daughter, Adelyn Pearl Clarice, born July 22, 2012, to Karissa and Matthew Devins.

OUT OF TOWN

RYAN — A daughter, Bailey Lyn, born July 5, 2012, to Kevin and Ashley Ryan. Grandparents are Tim and Kathy Ryan of Chazy and Richard and Patti Boyea of Chazy. Great-grandparents are Jerry and Ann Ryan of Chazy, Roger and Ann Duffina of Chazy and Veronica Brassard of Chazy.

BUCKLEY — A daughter, Aubree Ione, born July 8, 2012, Fort Hood, Texas, at Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center, to James H. Buckley III and Serena I. Buckley. Grandparents are John and Christal Quilliam of West Chazy and Jim and Sandy Buckley of North Mankato, Minn.

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