Christopher Crockett, of Manchester, has earned high honors for the spring semester of the 2015-2016 academic year at the university of New Hampshire, in Durham, New Hampshire. Chris is the son of James “Jim” Crockett, of Manchester, and Linda Crockett, of Fairfield, and the grandson of Robert and Patsy Crockett, of Augusta.
Kaitlynn Pelletier, of Waterville, will march with the 2016 Pride of The Valley Marching Band, of Lebanon Valley College, in Annville, Pennsylvania. Pelletier, a graduate of Messalonskee High School, is pursuing a bachelor of science and bachelor of arts in music education and music at The Valley.
The marching band performs at all home football games as well as exhibitions including the Cavalcade of Bands Championships in Hershey, Pennsylvania, and the Collegiate Marching Band Festival held in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
During the upcoming football season, members of the 2016 Pride of The Valley Marching Band will present its show “Rhapsody.” The premise of this year’s show is to take three great pieces of music with the word ‘rhapsody’ in the name and make a great show. “Rhapsody” features music from and inspired by “Rhapsody in Blue,” by George Gershwin, “Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini,” by Sergei Rachmaninoff, and “Bohemian Rhapsody,” by Queen.
FRESHMEN ORIENTATION will be held on August 29, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. in the Erskine Academy gymnasium. Parents and freshmen students are encouraged to attend.
Freshmen parents are reminded that the school does require a current freshmen entrance physical prior to the first day of school. Any questions please call the school nurse at 445-2962.
Tuesday, August 30, 2016 – First day of school – Freshmen only.
Wednesday, August 31, 2016 – All Students will attend.
Friday, September 2, 2016 – Erskine will not hold classes.
Monday, September 5, 2016 – Labor Day Holiday – no classes.
Thursday, September 8, 2016 – School Picture Day.
NEW STAFF MEMBERS:
Charles Karter – Athletic Director;
Colby Foster – Director of Information Technology;
Marguerite Cullivan – Physical Education Instructor;
Betty Pierce – Food Service;
Robert Scholl – Custodian.
by Marilyn Rogers-Bull & Percy
Solon, Maine 04979
Good morning, dear friends. Don’t worry, be happy!
Another one of those Mondays when I don’t have very much news to share with you. Some times lately I have received news too late to get it in the column it should be in, my deadline now to receive news for the Thursday paper is Sunday night. My apologies if your news wasn’t printed, just don’t give up on me! Keystone Chapter #78 O. E. S. in Solon will be meeting on Thursday, September 1, for their monthly meeting. The program is entitled “This is your life!”
The Embden Historical Society will meet on Monday, September 12, at 7 p.m. for their annual meeting, election of officers and committee reports. The program is Show & Tell (members to bring a favorite item.)
Would like to invite those of you who have been painting for awhile, in any medium, to join the fun at Adult Education in Skowhegan starting on Monday, September 12, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The only cost is a $5 registration fee. Hope all of you who have been coming before are planning another session of fun and learning together, I’ve missed you this summer.
Lief and I traveled up to the “County” last weekend for the annual Washburn Days weekend. We attended the school banquet Friday night that was attended by many who had graduated from the Washburn High School in years past. It is fun to meet his friends and neighbors, and to visit with his family. People are so very friendly up there. The huge parade always follows on Saturday, which is great to watch, then more talking with friends.
Since I didn’t have much local news, I’ve been going through some of my stash to try to find something to give you a good laugh or two. Came across this old (so old that I can’t remember who might have given it to me) piece of paper with these words hand written across the top, “The Future As Seen in 1950. ” And this is their words: “I’ll tell you one thing….if things keep going the way they are, it’s going to be impossible to buy a week’s groceries for $20.’ …”If cigarettes keep going up in price , I’m going to quit. A quarter a pack is ridiculous.” (wonder if they quit!)… Did you hear the post office is thinking about charging a dime just to mail a letter?” … “The Government is wanting to get its hands on everything. Pretty soon it’s going to be impossible to run a family business or farm.”…”If they raise the minimum wage to $1, nobody will be able to hire outside help at the store.” … “When I first started driving, who would have thought gas would someday cost 30 cents a gallon. Guess we’d be better off leaving the car in the garage.”… “Kids today are impossible. Those duck tail hair cuts make it impossible to stay groomed. Next thing you know, boys will be wearing their hair as long as the girls.” “Also, their music drives me wild. This ‘Rock Around The Clock’ thing is nothing but racket.” “I’m afraid to send my kids to the movies anymore. Ever since they let Clark Gable get by with saying ‘damn’ in Gone With The Wind,’ it seems every movie has a ‘hell’ or ‘damn’ in it.’…”Also, it won’t be long until couples are sleeping in the same bed in the movies. What is this world coming to?”
Hope you enjoyed the above thoughts by someone 66 years ago! How our world has changed!
Must leave room for Percy’s memoir entitled, Keeping Young. A dear old Quaker lady, distinguished for her youthful appearance, was asked what she used to preserve her charms. She replied sweetly: “I use for the lips, truth; for the voice, prayer; for the eyes, pity; for the hands, charity; for the figure, uprightness; and for the heart, love. (This was taken from one of my old Trotty Veck Message booklet Happy Hours. Does anyone out there know if these little books are still published? If so, would you please let me know. Thanks!).
by Mary Grow
China selectmen have scheduled a special meeting for 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 29, to set the 2016-17 tax rate – they hope.
At the board’s Aug. 22 regular meeting, Town Manager Daniel L’Heureux said he and assessor William Van Tuinen were “very, very, very close” to having the necessary calculations done to recommend a tax rate. He expects it to be lower than the 2015-16 rate.
By town meeting vote, the first half payment of local taxes is due Sept. 30.
The TIF (Tax Increment Financing) Committee meets at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 29 to continue discussion of possible projects at both ends of China Lake. The selectmen’s and TIF meetings will be in the town office meeting room.
Selectmen also rescheduled their next regular meeting, which would have fallen on Labor Day Monday, to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6. The meeting will be preceded by a 5:55 p.m. public hearing on the annual amendments to the General Assistance Ordinance (state changes in allowable amounts of aid the town can give). The agenda is likely to include a report on the survey of China’s population, with a focus on senior citizens, L’Heureux said.
Also likely to be on the Sept. 6 agenda is discussion of whether commercial haulers who bring China household waste to the transfer station should be charged a fee. Selectman Irene Belanger has argued for months that they should not, because householders are already paying taxes that help support the transfer station.
To Belanger’s surprise, board Chairman Robert MacFarland made a motion to eliminate the fee. Action was postponed because the item was not on the Aug. 22 agenda.
Selectmen made two unanimous decisions Aug. 22.
They voted to appropriate either $9,450 or $9,475 – no one could remember the exact figure – for Violette Construction to build a new handicapped access ramp at the portable classroom behind the town office. After a long discussion of whether the money should come from the selectmen’s contingency fund or from the capital improvements reserve fund, they agreed on the latter source, and asked L’Heureux to seek clarification from the Maine Municipal Association on appropriate uses of the contingency fund.
They voted to use left-over funds from the grant for the new police vehicle plus the trade-in for the current vehicle to add a radar kit and a defibrillator to the new car’s equipment.
At a future meeting board members will need to decide on local warrant articles for Nov. 8 voting. L’Heureux sent them a nine-item list, which was not discussed Aug. 22. It includes:
• Possible amendments to the Transfer Station Ordinance.
• Possible amendments to the Transfer Station Flow Control Ordinance.
• Land Use Ordinance amendments discussed by the Planning Board Land, including changes dealing with seasonal residences, shoreland zoning and signs and changes needed to accommodate TIF Committee proposals for expanding lake access at the causeway at the head of China Lake.
• Possible uses of TIF money, including establishing a revolving/forgivable loan fund for local businesses, purchasing the Bailey property at the head of the lake as part of the TIF plan and providing a trails grant for the China Four Seasons Club. (ep)
— Purchase of the Ortega property behind the town office.
• Acceptance of the 13-lot subdivision on the east side of Lakeview Drive offered to the town by Wachusetts Property.
• Setting up a capital fund for the transfer station, to be funded by Palermo’s annual contribution once Palermo residents begin using China’s facility in January 2017.
• Setting up a fund for Thurston Park.
• Adding the Central Maine Power Company substation expansion off Route 3 to China’s TIF.
JACQUELINE B. POULIN
BINGHAM––Jacqueline B. Poulin, 69, died on Monday, August 8, 2016, following an amazingly courageous 12-year battle with cancer. She was born September 10, 1946, in Biddeford, to Wilfred and Gertrude (Bossie) Belanger.
When Jacquie was four, the family moved to Bingham, where she would remain for the rest of her years.
On August 3, 1963, she married Clement Poulin. In 1978, she had her daughter, Lisa.
After many years of working in various mills and restaurants, Jacquie found her calling as an ed tech at the Norridgewock Central Grade School. Here, she would spend the next 26 years working with children, and enjoying every moment of it. During the summers, she would waitress at area restaurants and rafting companies.
Her style, grace, wisdom, strong faith, and sense of humor touched lives wherever she went. She will be missed by everyone whose life she touched.
She was predeceased by her parents; her husband of 51 years; her sister, Viola Easler; and her brother, Roland Belanger.
She is survived by her daughter, Lisa Blue(David Blue), of West Gardiner; sister, Pat Belanger (Glenn Davis), of Turner; sisters-in-law Ann Belanger, of Athens and Diane Theberge, of Skowhegan; and many nieces and nephews.
Memorial contributions may be made to: Christ the King Parish, (specify for St. Peter’s Church), P.O. Box 369, Skowhegan ME 04976.
FAIRFIELD – Carl Cilley 70, of Fairfield, passed away August 11, 20016, at Maine General Medical Center, in Augusta. He was born October 5, 1945, in Portland, to Veleria Cilley and Carl Elegrona.
He was raised in Waterville in the neighborhood of Trigger Hill off College Avenue where he made many lifelong friends.
Carl was a truck driver all his life, many of those as an owner operator. He could still tell you all the best places to eat all over the country. He also loved to tell friends and family members the best routes to get to their destinations. He loved to cook and he enjoyed fishing, hunting, ice fishing, and snowmobiling in his younger years. Carl loved his family and was sure that his grandchildren and great-grandchildren were the smartest, most talented, and most attractive of all.
He is survived by his wife, Trena Cilley of Fairfield; his son, Carl Cilley Jr. (Trish), of Pittsfield; his daughters, Sandra Cilley, of Georgia, Sharon Vitti (Mark), of Texas, Stephanie Garza (Louis), of Windham; step sons, Ronald Liberty (Kelly), of Benton, Randall Liberty (Jodi), of Clinton, Ryan Liberty (Colleen), of Wells, and Richard Liberty (Nicole), of Winslow;19 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; in-laws, Vivian DeForest, of Houlton, Vena Lary (Scott), Sally Magee (David), Kathy McCarty, (Jim).
Carl was predeceased by his parents and step-father, Basil Higgins, his in-laws, Charles and Marie Ramsdell.
Arrangements under the care and direction of Dan & Scott’s Cremation & Funeral Service, 445 Waterville Road, Skowhegan, Maine 04976.
JOSEPHINE L. STARRETT
CHINA––Josephine L. Coffin Starrett, 93, died Thursday, August 11, 2016, at MaineGeneral Medical Center, in Augusta. She was born in Hallowell, March 24, 1923, the daughter of William and Elva Henderson Harp.
To share a memory with Mrs. Starrett’s family, please visit her Book of Memories at www.bchfh.com.
DAVID N. GRAHAM
SIDNEY – David N. Graham, 68, passed away Thursday evening, August 11, 2016 at Maine General Medical Center in Augusta after a period of declining health. He was born March 18, 1948, in Waterville, the son of Norman B. and Geraldine F. (Douglas) Graham.
He attended Waterville schools. Throughout his life, David was employed by various mills and factories. He also worked as a self-employed house painter. David’s real passion in life was fishing. Whenever he was able, he could be found fishing the lakes, rivers, and streams of Maine. Fishing was never better for David than when his sons, and later, his grandson, tagged along. He loved to show off his casting skills and knowledge of fishing tackle. He always had a fish story to tell.
David is survived by his wife of 26 years Linda (Dudley-McKechnie) Graham, of Sidney; two sons, Scott D. Graham and wife Beth and grandson, Jack, of Nova Scotia, Canada, James D. Graham, of Augusta; brother, James A. Graham, of Sidney and Merritt Island, Florida; step-daughter, Leslie Tardiff and husband Derek and son Cooper; several cousins, and friends.
Arrangements under the direction and care of Dan & Scott’s Cremation & Funeral Service, 445 Waterville Road, Skowhegan, Maine 04976.
GERVAISE D. BASTON
JEFFERSON––Gervaise “Gerv” D. Baston, 85, of Jefferson, passed away on Friday, August 12, 2016, at St. Andrews Village in Boothbay Harbor. Gervaise was born June 10, 1930, to Jervis and Muriel Colfer of Hallowell.
She attended Cony High School in Augusta, and worked for 37 years at Sylvania in Waldoboro. She married Bernard “Hap” Baston, Sr., in January of 1948. They built their home in Jefferson, where she used her carpentry skills, taught to her by her father, to do all of the woodwork. She was married to Hap for over 50 years before he passed away in April of 2000.
She spent a few winters in South Carolina after losing her husband, but the one place she always wanted to be was at her home in Jefferson where she had so many memories. She loved gardening and took great pride in her flowers and her home grown vegetables. She would spend hours in the garden pulling weeds and tending to her flowers. She enjoyed reading, making crafts, and watching the birds at her feeders.
She was predeceased by her parents; her husband “Hap”; and two sisters, Mary Mitchell and Beryl Berry.
Gervaise is survived by two sons, Bernard E. Baston, Jr., and C. Michael Baston; six grandchildren, Amanda Baston, Melissa McConkey, Heidy Repiton, Chris Repiton, Isabelle Baston-Sansonetti, and Casey Smith; several great-grandchildren; and a sister Susan Zutell.
Condolences and messages for the family may be expressed by visiting: www.StrongHancock.com.
JOAN B. DRAKE
WINSLOW––Joan B. Drake, 78, of Winslow, died on Friday, August 12, 2016, at MaineGeneral Hospital, in Augusta. Joan was born on February 16, 1938, in Thompsonville, Connecticut, the daughter of Thomas G. and Victoria E. (Skowrensky) Bodley.
She graduated from the American International College with a bachelor of art and was a church pianist and organist in Enfield, Connecticut, where she met and married Raymond H. Drake, with whom she shared 56 years of marriage.
After living in Enfield, Connecticut, for five years, they moved to Winslow. While raising a family, Joan also pursued teaching first grade students, and then took on the role of music and piano teacher for many years, as well as manager for their home business, Drake’s Sewing Machines.
She enjoyed her family, and loved gatherings with all her family and friends, reading, music, piano and organ playing, teaching music, and relaxing at their camp in Solan.
She was predeceased by her parents; and sister, Thomasine B. Connelly.
Joan is survived by her husband, Raymond Drake; daughter, Linda Campbell; son, Timothy Drake; daughter, Amy Winn; nine grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and numerous in-laws and relatives.
A memorial service will be held at Kennebec Valley Baptist Church, 91 Marston Road, Oakland, on August 27, 2016, at 2 p.m., followed by a fellowship dinner.
Memorial donations may be made to the K.V.B.C. Music Program, c/o Kennebec Valley Baptist Church.
PAUL A. DAVIDSON
FAIRFIELD––Paul Allen Davidson, 54, passed away on Wednesday, August 17, 2016, at his home in Fairfield. He was born on June 14, 1962, in Waterville, the son of William R. Davidson and Rowena G. (Quimby) Davidson.
He attended Messalonskee High School and was employed by Colonial Distributors, Harris Baking Company, and Pine State. He enjoyed four-wheeling and fishing.
He was predeceased by his grandparents.
Paul is survived by his father, William R. Davidson, of Winslow; mother, Rowena G. (Quimby) Davidson, of Fairfield; two sons, Keith and Derick Davidson, both of Waterville; granddaughter, Navaeh Fall, of Phillips; brother, Rick Davidson and wife Karol, of Fayette; two sisters, Lorrie Pelotte and husband Ken, of Fairfield, and Lynn Davidson, of Oakland; nieces, Amber Dow, Michelle Carr, Vikki Sergeant, Dawn Grimshaw, Jess Greenleaf, and Kate Davidson; Nephews, Kenneth Pelotte, Erik Davidson, and Max Davidson.
A graveside service will be held on Saturday, August 27, 2016, at 10 a.m. at Tozier Cemetery, Green Road, Fairfield Center, with Alan Imes officiating.
Arrangements are under the direction and care of Dan & Scott’s Cremation & Funeral Service, 445 Waterville Road, Skowhegan.
Memorial donations may be made to Lorrie Pelotte, 262 Green Road, Fairfield ME 04937.
DORAN R. HALLETT, 79, of Jonesport, passed away on Sunday, July 24, 2016, in Itasca, Illinois. Locally, he is survived by a brother, Stanley Hallett and wife Norma, of Windsor.
TREVISON C. HARDING JR., 43, of Oromocto, New Brunswick Canada, on Saturday, August 6, 2016, in Oromocto. He was a 1991 graduate of Lawrence High School, in Fairfield. Locally, he is survived by aunts Michelle Carter, of Winslow, and Debra Hebert, of Waterville.
DAKOTA R. SMITH, 28, of Taylorsville, North Carolina, unexpectedly passed away on Wednesday, August 10, 2016, in Taylorsville, North Carolina. Locally, he is survived by his mother, Raylene Blodgett, of Oakland; and brothers Levi Orff and wife Erica, of Fairfield, and Deric Smith, of Oakland.
RAE LIBBY HUTCHINSON, 88, of Falmouth, passed away on Wednesday, August 10, 2016, following a 14-month period of declining health. Locally, she is survived by a daughter, Gail Conley and husband Steve, of Whitefield.
ROLAND N. BERNIER, 85, of Augusta, passed away on Thursday, August 11, 2016, at the Augusta Center for Health and Rehabilitation. Locally, he is survived by a daughter, Tina M. Esterline and husband William, of Winslow.
GWENDOLYN S. CHASE, 97, of Skowhegan, passed away on Friday, August 12, 2016, at Cedar Ridge Nursing Home, in Skowhegan. Locally, she is survived by a daughter, Elizabeth Allen and husband Jerome, of Winslow.
JAMES E. VERNEY, 68, of Sheepscot, passed away on Friday, August 12, 2016, following a long battle with liver disease. Locally, he is survived by grandchildren, Brent Verney and partner Kristina and their daughter Willow, of Jefferson; Kelsey Verney and partner Justin, and their son Cooper, of South China.
MARION W. CAMMARO, 91, of Waterville, passed away on Sunday, August 14, 2016, at Mt. Saint Joseph Nursing Facility, in Waterville. Locally, she is survived by a daughter, Wilma Lombardi, of Winslow.
BERTRAND F. POULIN, 96, of Winthrop, passed away on Sunday, August 14, 2016, at his home. Locally, he is survived by daughters Dale Albert and husband Daniel, of Albion, and Gale Light and husband Mike, of Jefferson.
No education is complete without the opportunity to discover the world and our role in the global society. Stonehill college students, in Easton, Massachusetts, traveled to countries near and far in the pursuit of knowledge, humanity and service during the fall 2015 semester.
Marissa L. Jordan, of Whitefield, studied in Italy at John Cabot University, Rome. A member of the class of 2017, is studying communication and political science and international studies.
Abigail S. Weston, of Waterville, studied in Germany at Freie Universitat Berlin European Studies Program. A member of the class of 2017, is studying graphic design.
The following local students have been named to the honors list at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire:
Highest honors: Kelly McCormac, of South China, Michaela Hinckley-Gordon, of Benton, Kellie Bolduc and Luke Violette, both of Waterville, and Maxwell Kenney, of Fairfield.
High honors: Julie Arbour, of Augusta, Taylor Ferguson, of Sidney, Bayleigh Logan, of Augusta, Sarah Wildes, of Winslow, Samantha Mestieri, of Fairfield and Adam Bovie, of Vassalboro.
Honors: Myrilla Hartkopf, of Albion, Andrew Marden, of Bingham, and Kyle McLain, of Fairfield.
STATE OF MAINE
Court St., Skowhegan, ME
Location of Court
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
18-A MRSA sec. 3-801
The following Personal Representatives have been appointed in the estates noted. The first publication date of this notice is August 25, 2016
If you are a creditor of an estate listed below, you must present your claim within four months of the first publication date of this Notice to Creditors by filing a written statement of your claim on a proper form with the Register of Probate of this Court or by delivering or mailing to the Personal Representative listed below at the address published by his name, a written statement of the claim indicating the basis therefore, the name and address of the claimant and the amount claimed or in such other manner as the law may provide. See 18-A MRSA 3-804.
2016-203 – Estate of ERNEST L. SEVEY, late of Ripley, Me deceased. Susan E. Snow, 795 Lily Bay Road, Unit 605, Beaver Cove, Me 04441 and Howard E. Sevey, PO Box 189, Rockwood, Me 04478 appointed Co-Personal Representatives.
2016-204 – Estate of DAVID S. DECK, late of Madison, Me deceased. Crystal L. Deck, 85 Longley Road, Madison, Me 04950 appointed Personal Representative.
2016-206 – Estate of GERALD EDWIN MILLS, SR., late of Cornville, Me, deceased. Roxanne E. Demers, 17 Wilson Street, Biddeford, Me 04005 appointed Personal Representative.
2016-209 – Estate of VIRGINIA F. HUGHES, late of Hartland, Me deceased. Peggi L. Nelson, 26930 Cheyenne Crest Lane, Katy, TX 77494 appointed Personal Representative.
2016-210 – Estate of TERESA M. AIRTH, late of Smithfield, Me deceased. Douglas E. Airth, 76 Groves Flat Lane, Smithfield, Me 04978 appointed Personal Representative.
2016-211 – Estate of ALFRED J. BARRIEAULT, late of Skowhegan, Me deceased. Beth Thorne, 43 Pilgrim Road, Standish, Me 04084 appointed Personal Representative.
2016-212 – Estate of KENNETH G. TRIPP, late of Skowhegan, Me deceased. Keith Lawler, 16 Hatto Farm Road, Norridgewock, Me 04957 appointed Personal Representative.
2016-213 – Estate of JEFFERY KILLAM, late of Hartland, Me deceased. Cathy J. Holt, 71 Garland Road, Dixmont, Me 04932 appointed Personal Representative.
2016-217 – Estate of DEBORAH A. CLAGUE, late of New Portland, Me deceased. Jason Clague, 650 La Mesa Drive, Portola Valley, CA 94028 and Claire Margaret Shovelton, Flat 25 Gun Wharf 130 Wapping High Street, London, UK ElW 2NH appointed Co-Personal Representatives.
2016-218 – Estate of GEOFFREY R. SHOVELTON, late of New Portland, Me deceased. Jason Clague, 650 La Mesa Drive, Portola Valley, CA 94028 and Claire Margaret Shovelton, 25 Gun Wharf 130 Wapping High Street, London, UK E1W 2NH appointed Co-Personal Representatives.
2016-219 – Estate of STEPHEN D. MADDOCKS, late of Fairfield, Me deceased. Nancy Hay, 114 North Cove Drive, Rome, Me 04963 appointed Personal Representative.
2016-226 – Estate of ROBERT E. GRANT, late of Mercer, Me deceased. Janice L. Grant, 104 Beech Hill Road, Mercer, Me 04957 appointed Personal Representative.
2016-228 – Estate of RICHARD W. WHITE, SR., late of Pittsfield, Me deceased. Richard W. White, Jr., 342 Hartland Avenue, Pittsfield, Me 04967 appointed Personal Representative.
2016-230 – Estate of GEORGE E. CARTER, JR., late of Moscow, Me deceased. Lynne S. Cates, PO Box 341, Bingham, Me 04920 appointed Personal Representative.
2016-232 – Estate of FRANCIS G. TOMER, late of Rockwood, Me deceased. David Slagger, 156 Clark Road, Kenduskeag, Me 04450 appointed Personal Representataive.
To be published on August 25 & Sept. 8, 2016
Dated: August 22, 2016
/s/ Victoria Hatch,
Register of Probate
STATE OF MAINE
41 COURT ST.
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE ESTATES LISTED BELOW
Notice is hereby given by the respective petitioners that they have filed petitions for appointment of personal representatives in the following estates. These matters will be heard at 9 a.m. or as soon thereafter as they may be, on September 21, 2016. The requested appointments may be made on or after the hearing date if no sufficient objection be heard. This notice complies with the requirements of 18-A MRSA §3-403 and Probate Rule 4.
2016-216 – Estate of DANIELLE MARIE GIGGEY. Petition for Change of Name (Adult) filed by Danielle Marie Giggey, 199 Dudley Corner Road, Skowhegan, Me 04976 requesting her name be changed to Danielle Marie Summers for reasons set forth therein.
2016-220 – Estate of KENDRA LOUISE PRATT, adult of Palmyra, Me. Petition for Change of Name (Adult) filed by Kendra Louise Pratt, 8 Ballard Lane, Palmyra, Me 04965 requesting her name be changed to Logan Kennedy Pratt for reasons set forth.
2016-229 – Estate of KELLY McAVOY-DORR, adult of Fairfield, Me. Petition for Change of Name (Adult) filed by Kelly McAvoy-Dorr, 13 Cottage Street, Fairfield, Me 04937 requesting her name be changed for Kelly Jean McAvoy for reasons set forth therein.
Dated: August 22, 2016
/s/ Victoria M. Hatch
Register of Probate
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