Dan and Joanne Booth of Oakland Maine, are happy to announce the engagement and upcoming wedding of their daughter Margaret May Booth to Antonio Palmer Solis.

Maggie’s maternal grandmother is Joan Sciartilli currently of Waterville, late grandfather was Nicholas Sciartilli of West Scranton, Pennsylvania. Her paternal grandparents are Dan and Carol Booth of East Scranton, Pennsylvania.

Maggie is a graduate of Messalonskee High School received her degree in Early Childhood Education from University of Maine at Farmington and later earned her Master of Science in Educational Leadership in 2015 from University of New England. Margaret has been a Kindergarten Teacher at Atwood Primary in Oakland since 2010.

Tony, a graduate of Mt. Blue High School, spent his childhood in the greater Wilton area with his family; Shelly & Rich Leavitt, late grandparents Jean and Palmer King, and his mother Cathy King. He attended the University of Maine at Farmington where he majored in Community Health Education and has been employed by MaineGeneral Medical Center as a Fitness Specialist since 2009. He is also the Head Coach of the University of Maine-Farmington Men’s Rugby club.

Tony proposed in downtown Farmington as a member of the Smiling Goat Lane Precision Juggling Corps during the 2015 Fourth of July parade.

Tony and Maggie enjoy travel, local eateries, and time spent with friends, family and their dog Blue Riggins. The wedding ceremony will take place at Sugarloaf Mountain’s Richard Bell Chapel on Saturday July 2, 2016 in scenic Carrabassett Valley.

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