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Photo: Bengal Babies

December 3, 2007

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THERE’S SOMETHING IN THE WATER – Twenty babies have been born over the past three years to members of the faculty and staff at the University of Maine at Fort Kent. Earlier this fall, 12 babies and their proud parents posed for a photo on the UMFK campus.  Shown here are: Front Row Sitting (L to R) Erin Soucy (Nursing Director) and daughter Leah Soucy; Amelia Gebhardt, daughter of Paul Gebhardt (Professor of Art) and Jessica Gebhardt (Adjunct Faculty and sitting behind ); Olivia Eno and Mya Eno; daughter of Don Eno (Academic Outreach and absent from photo); Sadie Elizabeth Cairns, daughter of Jill Cairns (Admissions Director); Nathaniel Gervez, son of Katharine Harrington (French Professor); Julian Gebhardt, son of Paul Gebhardt (sitting behind Harrington and Jessica Gebhardt) Kaelyn Phinney, daughter of Raymond Phinney (Director of Student Activities & Diversity) and Beth Phinney.

Back Row Standing (L to R) Angela Theriault (Learning Skills/Math Specialist) and son Kaden; Kim Borges (Environmental Studies Professor) and son Erik Borges; Bengal Tiger Mascot (Susan Tardie); Ellen Cost (Financial Aid Director); UMFK President Richard Cost; Connor Michaud, son of Don Michaud (Maintenance Worker) and Sara Kay Michaud (Athletic Trainer) and Aadyn Connor, son of Trisha Connor (Switchboard Operator/Mailroom Clerk) and Robert Conner.  Missing from photo: Morgan Drolet and Ashton Drolet, twin daughters of Arthur Drolet (Computer Network Specialist); Sigmund “Ziggy” Malcom Bernstein, son of Aaron Bernstein (Production Associate); Huan Huan Ding and Bing Bing Ding, son and daughter of Wei Ding (Professor of Computer Applications); Lily Werngten, daughter of Eric Werngten (Assistant Athletic Director); Abby Leigh Levesque, daughter of Lucas Levesque (Sports Center Manager) and Carter Desjardins, son of  Christy Madore (Professor of Adult Health Nursing).