Babies of 2012 Luncheon

Twelve months of first year accomplishments for Barriere babies born in 2012

Babies pictured with parents and grandparents are: (l to r) Liam Murphy

Twelve months of first year accomplishments for Barriere babies born in 2012  was celebrated at a birthday party at the Seniors Hall on Friday, May 24.  Eight babies were able to attend of the 12 born in the community that year.  Parents, grandparents, caregivers, and siblings shared in the luncheon, games and crafts, draw for prizes, and the yummy ‘first birthday’ cake that was served up with ice cream.   The annual event is sponsored by Yellowhead

Community Services, with help from Success By Six and the Barriere and District Senior’s Society.   Babies pictured with parents and grandparents are: (l to r) Liam Murphy, Faith Healey, Ray Van Sickle, Eric Fraser, Lalah Kennedy, Austin Hunt, Reese Wright, and Sophia Kennedy.

 

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