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Tahoe Forest birth announcements, October 2011

TRUCKEE, calif. and#8212; The following are births for the month of October 2011 at Tahoe Forest Hospital.

James Michael, a boy, was born to Christopher and Mary Beth Collins of Truckee, on October 4.

Makenna Sky, a girl, was born to Jason and Jaime LaChance of Truckee on October 5.



Aria Marrett, a girl, was born to Mike and Merrily Rocco of Tahoe City on October 7.

Lillian Marie, a girl, was born to Cory and Anne- Marie Giese of Truckee on October 7.



Lillyana Nicole, a girl, was born to Marvin Javier and Bethany Piche of Carnelian Bay on October 11.

Benjamin Byrd, a boy, was born to Zac and Kerstin Harrison of Sierra Valley on October 11.

Stella Maurelle, a girl, was born to David and Victoria Mercer of Olympic Valley on October 12.

Van Chiari, a boy, was born to Pat Wenkel and Aurelie Martin-Chiari of Truckee on October 12.

Shelbie Marie, a girl, was born to Scott Kreth and Sara Moore of Truckee on October 19.

Benji Allan, a boy, was born to Rick Nay and Jennifer Moore of Truckee on October 19.

Joplin Simone, a girl, was born to Jake West and Jessica Candler of Truckee on October 20.

Crispin Peter Jospeh, a boy, was born to Peter and Kari Lemmon of Nevada City, on October 21.

Jackson Hunter, a boy, was born to Daniel and Sarah Cramer of Incline Village on October 22.

Ryan Madsen, a boy, was born to Gregory and Maggie Schumacher of Truckee on October 26.

Juniper Grace, a girl, was born to Josh and Korin Cameron of Olympic Valley on October 26.

Broden Scott, a boy, was born to Jeremy and Allison Krohn of Truckee on October 27.

Athena Saige, a girl, was born to Jake and Allison Rogge of Chilcoot on October 28.

Robert Hughes, a boy, was born to Robert Oestreich and Courtney Hughes of Tahoe Vista on October 28.

Sierra Jacklynn, a girl, was born to Jeremy Key and Leigh Pfennig of Reno on October 31.


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