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BERLIN — July 29-31 will be an action packed celebration for members and guest of the BHS 1972 graduating class. This was the last class to graduate from the old High School located on Hillside Ave.

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Sylvio P. Lemelin, Jr., 92, of Berlin, N.H., passed away peacefully at home with loved ones on Tuesday, June 28, 2022.

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Gorham High School recently announced the honor roll for the fourth quarter of the school year. The following students were listed.

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CONCORD — Two Berlin residents — Sean Brungot and Michael Seguin — had their names pulled in the state’s 35th annual moose hunt lottery drawing, which was held at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department in Concord on June 17.

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Graveside funeral services for Florence Memolo, 89, formerly of Berlin, N.H., who passed away on April 13, will be held on Wednesday June 29, at 1 p.m. at Holy Family Cemetery in Gorham, N.H.. The Bryant Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. For more information, go to bryantfuneral…

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A funeral mass and celebration of life for George A. Trahan, who passed away on April 19, 2022, will be held beginning at St. Bernard's Church, Maine St., Keene, N.H., on Saturday,  July 2, 2022, at 11 a.m. A celebration will immediately follow at the Elks Hall on Roxbury Street in Keene.

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Robert MacKay, 74, who was born in Berlin, N.H., on Aug. 20, 1947, passed away on June 26, 2022, peacefully at home, surrounded by family. He was a lifelong resident of Gorham, N.H.

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Jacqueline M. (Eafrati) Courchesne, 58, of Berlin, N.H., passed away on June 7, 2022 at the Androscoggin Valley Hospital. She was born in Berlin, NH on April 29, 1964 the daughter of Luigi and Suzanne (Pacquette) Eafrati and was raised in Gorham, N.H.

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ANDROSCOGGIN VALLEY — After a mini-spike three weeks ago, COVID-19 rates are back down and local health-care professionals are hoping for a quiet summer to allow them to rest and resupply for whatever the fall and winter may bring.