Library announces memorial donations

FORT KENT, Maine — The Fort Kent Public Library received the following memorial book donations in memory of family and loved ones during 2017.

In memory of Robert J. Albert: “Block Genius,” in memory of Stacia Mason: “Walk: Master Machine Quilting with Your Walking Foot,” in memory of Herman Deprey: “Make It, Take It,” in memory of Theresa Downey Smith: “Oh My Stars,” and in memory of Lawrence Thibodeau: “Free-Motion Quilting,” all donated by the Northern Neighbors Quilters.

In memory of Bernadette Deschaine: “Same Kind as Different as Me,” “When Breath Becomes Air,” “It’s Not Yet Dark,” “I’ll Push You,” and “Iris Grace,” donated by family and friends.

In memory of Joyce Beaulieu: “The Mistress,” “Dangerous Games,” “Against All Odds,” “The Duchess,” The Right Time,” and “Past Perfect,” donated by Andre and Norma Landry.

In memory of Fern P. Morneault: “Seeing Red,” “The Identicals,” “Two Nights,” “Y is for Yesterday,” “Don’t Let Go,” “Chains,” “Moo,” “Ivy & Bean What’s the Big Idea,” “Wolf Hollow,” “Awkward,” “The Boy on the Wooden Box,” “Ivy & Bean Doomed to Dance,” “Forge,” and  “Ashes,” donated by Deborah Ottinger.

In memory of Louise Tardie Kuusela: “Come Sundown,” donated by Mel and Ann Belanger.

In memory of Louise Tardie Kuusela and in memory of Laurette Tardie: “Time to Remember,” “Steps of Faith,” “Friends and Family,” “Coast to Coast,” and “Tracks and Ties,” donated by Liz Guy.

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