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Ashley MacQuarrie
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Blogger, social media enthusiast, friend to hedgehogs.
Blogger, social media enthusiast, friend to hedgehogs.

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This Google+ page was started by a former employee.
https://plus.google.com/u/0/115053657153760442449/posts

I don't know which email address/G+ profile is associated with it. It is apparently not the one listed under contact. Is there a way to reclaim ownership of it so we can update the outdated information and begin to use it again? 

I also found this profile which appears to be a duplicate page and which again, we don't have ownership of. How do I get this page deleted or merged with the existing one? Or at least gain ownership so we can edit the information/delete?
https://plus.google.com/116687969887340729250/

Is it possible for Google to update the email address associated with either/both of these pages so we can own them? Otherwise we'll have to request a takedown since they are not owned by us but use our trademarks. However, I would hate to lose the followers and have to start over. 

Any advice would be appreciated!

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The year's best children's books have been announced! See the full list of Caldecott and Newbery winners and honorees. 
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Have you entered our Twitter giveaway yet? One lucky winner will get a Nexus 7 and all 13 of our AP exam prep apps, plus 20 more will win the AP app of their choice!

Entering is easy: Just click the link, follow @k12learn, and retweet the tweet to enter! http://ow.ly/vCHca
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Help out Stan Sakai (creator of Usagi Yojimbo) and his family, and take home some awesome original art. 
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When wolves were reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park, they ate a bunch of deer and elk. Then something else started happening. 
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These simple science experiments for kids are so easy to set up, and deliver huge impact. Most can be done with stuff you already have in the house!
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