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Births

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Aug. 4

Raymer: A girl was born to Chadwick and Margaret Raymer.



Carman and Kuca: A girl was born to Justin Carman and Kristina Kuca.

Bryant: A girl was born to Christina and Jonathan Bryant.




Aug. 5

Maher: Twins, a boy and a girl, were born to Christopher and Andrea Maher.

Brown: A girl was born to Daniel and Brittney Brown.

Kittredge: A boy was born to Karen and Alan Kittredge.

Garten and Cooley: A girl was born to Seth Garten and Alycia Cooley.

Aug. 8

Beeton and Biggs: A girl was born to Krystal Beeton and Jacob Biggs.

Aug. 11

Mooers and Drew: A girl was born to Dustin William Mooers and Joy Elizabeth Drew.

Aug. 12

White: A girl was born to Norman and Lynnea White.

Aug. 13

Taylor and Hubbert: A girl was born to Rebecca Taylor and Nathaniel Hubbert.

Polley: A boy was born to Craig and Sue Polley.

Armstrong: A boy was born to Richard and Utako Armstrong.

Aug. 14

Massaglia and Martin: A boy was born to Desiree Massaglia and Eric Martin.

Eelkema: A boy was born to Mike and Liz Eelkema.

Aug. 15

Nunnik: A girl was born to Phillip and Naida Nunnik.

McCully and Gonzalez: A boy was born to Rob McCully and Carey Gonzalez.

Aug. 17

Aldrich: A girl was born to Paul and Sarah Aldrich.

Aug. 18

Statham and Waskiewicz: A boy was born to Jeremy Statham and Jennifer Waskiewicz.

Guthreau: A girl was born to Robert and Sue Guthreau.

Aug. 19

Brown and Ferguson: A boy was born to Tor Brown and Tana Vivian Ferguson.

Aug. 20

Sorani: A girl was born to Aaron and Erin Sorani.

Jones: A boy was born to Marie and Christopher Jones.

Parades: A boy was born to Giovanni and Lenka Vodicka Paredes.

Allen and Schwindt-Allen: A boy was born to John Christian Allen and Alisa Elizabeth Schwindt-Allen.

Aug. 21

Hencley and Smith: A boy was born to Trista Hencley and Brian Kenneth Smith.

Walston: A boy was born to Sherry and Brandon Walston.


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