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| Thursday, June 21, 2007

ACMH Hospital

May 24, 2007

A boy, Mason Patrick Sherwin, to Mark and April Sherwin, 120 Mossy Oak Drive, Karns City. Brother of Cole Sherwin, 3. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sherwin and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wolfe. Great-grandparents are Jackie Wolfe and Mary Jeanne Rodgers.

June 15, 2007

A girl, Avary Larue Jack, to Jason and Loretta Jack, 404 E. Main St., Worthington. Sister of Carsyn Gabriella Jack, 7 1/2, Alexia Eden Jack, 6, and Isabella Rose Jack, 21 months. Grandpaents are Finley Jack Jr. and Noreen Jack of Adrian and Roderick and Claudia Claypoole of Worthington. Great-grandparents are Finley Jack of Adrian and the late Goldie Jack and Sue Switzer of Buter and the late Clair Switzer. Maternal great-grandparents are all deceased.

June 16, 2007

A boy, Benjamin Reed Wadding, to Holly and Nickolas Wadding, 266 Second St., Yatesboro. Brother of Jacob Wadding, 4. Ruth Holt, Burt Holt, Lanna and Mike Hockenberry and Kevin and Wanda Wadding. Great-grandparents are Larry and Nancy Slagle, Sally Wadding, Joe and Masry Ann Benes and Barbara Holt.

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