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MATTHEW and SHERILYN PALMER

Sherilyn Gaudet & Matthew Palmer

Friday, October 24, 2014

Sherilyn Gaudet and Matthew Palmer, both of South Boston, were married June 14 at Venezia in Boston. The officiant was David Gaudet. The bride, 30, is the daughter of Deborah and Michael Shakarian of Fitchburg. The groom, 30, is the son of Donald and Bonnie Palmer of Leeds. The matron of honor was Alexandra Gaudet, while Jill Bergeron, Lauren Petranu, Laura Bartlett, Nicole Warren and Jessica Wiggins served as bridesmaids. The flower girls were Julianna and Francesca Gaudet. The best man was Ian Palmer. Michael Gaudet, Daniel Fierst, Nicholas Warren, Gary Cameron, Todd Smith and Jordan Silver served as groomsmen. The bride is a registered …

Friends & Neighbors

Friday, October 3, 2014

To submit an item to Friends & Neighbors, send an email to newsroom@gazettenet.com or mail your news to the Daily Hampshire Gazette, Box 299, Northampton, Ma. 01061, c/o Friends & Neighbors. Hadley Nicole Bercume, daughter of Ronald and Irene Bercume, graduated from Ave Maria School of Law in Naples, Florida in May and passed the Florida Bar exam. She will be practicing law …

Naming the Baby

Friday, August 22, 2014

KOSTEK — Tyler Henry, son of Kara and Chris Kostek of South Hadley, was born July 11 at the Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton. The maternal grandparents are Ronald and Kris Waskiewicz of Hadley. The paternal grandparents are Kathy and Mike Piotrowski of Turners Falls, and Stanley Kostek of Hadley. The maternal great-grandparents are Helen Waskiewicz of Hadley and Frank Zalot Jr. of …

Guyettes celebrate 50th

Friday, October 5, 2012

George and Christine Guyette of Leeds celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a gathering at the Northampton Country Club with family and close friends. George Guyette and Christine Clapp were married Sept. 1, 1962, at the Westhampton Congregational …

State receives $1.5 million federal grant to combat homelessness among veterans

Thursday, October 4, 2012

NORTHAMPTON — A $1.5 million federal grant from the Obama administration has been awarded to Massachusetts to help alleviate homelessness among veterans. The money will help expand the Statewide Housing Advocacy for Reintegration and Prevention (SHARP) program that provides support, mental and medical health services and emergency shelter …