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1/15/2014 9:05:00 AM
Kinsley Ann Bosley is first baby born at Veterans Memorial Hospital in 2014
Pictured are Joyce and Reed Bosley of Waukon, holding their new daughter, Kinsley Ann Bosley, the first baby of the year, born January 5, 2014 at Veterans Memorial Hospital. Kinsley joins four older sisters, Holly, Caroline, Kylie and Katie, at home. The family will all enjoy many gifts thanks to the local merchants who helped celebrate the first baby of the year born at Veterans Memorial Hospital in 2014. Submitted photo.
Pictured are Joyce and Reed Bosley of Waukon, holding their new daughter, Kinsley Ann Bosley, the first baby of the year, born January 5, 2014 at Veterans Memorial Hospital. Kinsley joins four older sisters, Holly, Caroline, Kylie and Katie, at home. The family will all enjoy many gifts thanks to the local merchants who helped celebrate the first baby of the year born at Veterans Memorial Hospital in 2014. Submitted photo.

Veterans Memorial Hospital physicians and staff have announced that Kinsley Ann Bosley, daughter of Joyce and Reed Bosley of Waukon, is the winner of the First Baby of the Year Contest at Veterans Memorial Hospital.    
Kinsley Ann was born January 5 at 6:06 a.m. at Veterans Memorial Hospital.  Dr. Benjamin Nesseim was her physician. Kinsley weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces and measured 21 3/4 inches long when she arrived. She joins four older sisters at home, Holly, age 13, Caroline, age 10, Kylie, age 8, and Katie, age 6.
Kinsley's grandparents are Scott and Diane Pederson of Rossville and her great- grandparents are Ed and Theresa Helgeson of Freeport and Ina and the late Amos Pederson of Waterville.
This fortunate child and her family received the following beautiful gifts compliments of these area merchants:
• $100 cash from Dr. Bruce Carlson, Lansing Dental Clinic
• A free night’s stay in a whirlpool suite at the Stoney Creek Inn
• $20 gift certificate to Cynda’s West Side Café
• Gift basket from Mayo Clinic Health System-Waukon
• Free pedicure plus either a free 30-minute massage or a facial with cupping from the Hair, Body and Mind Salon and Day Spa
• Free year of baby photos (f sessions) from Coté Color Photography, Katie Hennessy, owner
• Mary Kay hand cream from Debbie McGeough, Mary Kay consultant
• One year subscription to the Standard from The Standard/News Publishing
• Free chop and prep from Linda Manning, Tupperware consultant
• Free toilet seat cover and toilet seat spray from Alice Baumgartner, Happy Cheeks consultant
• $10 gift certificate from the Village Farm and Home, Waukon
• Two T-bone steak dinners from Jet’s Meat Processing prepared by Gus and Tony’s
• Tastefully Simple gift basket from consultant Jan Baumler
• Gift basket from Sycamore Floral Productions
• Sterling silver mother/child pendant from Elliott Jewelers
• $15 gift certificate to Milty’s Restaurant, Lansing
• Candle from the Waukon Greenhouse
• $15 gift certificate to the Waukon City Club
•  Fleece blanket and mug from Waukon Dental
• 10 free color copies from JaDecc’s Copy Shoppe
• 10-punch pass to the Waukon Wellness Center
• One large Godfather’s pizza from Guppy’s on the Go, Postville
• Baby afghan from the Auxiliary of Veterans Memorial Hospital
• Diapers, wipes and laundry basket from Veterans Memorial Hospital.
All other babies born at Veterans Memorial Hospital in the year 2014 will receive a baby coupon book coordinated by the hospital through coupon donations from over 80 area businesses in Harpers Ferry, Lansing, Monona, Postville, and Waukon. The hospital coordinates this in an effort to assure all babies born at the hospital are treated extra special.







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