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Memorial Hospital Welcomes First Baby 2017

January 04, 2017

NORTH CONWAY, NH – Marlena Nichols and Corey Jones of Chocorua, NH are the parents of  Ariana Jones, Memorial Hospital’s First Baby of the New Year. Ariana arrived at 4:22am on Jan. 1, 2017. 

As the first baby born at the Hospital in 2017, Ariana was honored with an array of gifts and gift certificates from Mount Washington Valley area businesses.

Ariana weighed 7 lbs. 10 oz. at birth and is 21.5 inches long.

Thanks to the generosity of the local business community, the family received gifts from Big Dave’s Bagels, Hannaford Supermarket, Hazardbaby.com, Johnson’s Auto Care, Kay Jewelers, Skinny Towel, Ruthie’s Flower Shop, Story Land, Sun Catcher Gift Shop, Elvio’s Pizzeria, Vito Marcello’s Italian Bistro and White Mountain Hotel & Resort.

For more information about the Family Birthing Center at Memorial Hospital, visit them online at www.memorialhospitalnh.org, or call 603-356-5461.

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