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Barton offers memories of baby

The Barton Hospital foundation is sponsoring Personalized Ornaments for the Young imprinted with your baby’s footprint. Name and birth date are etched into a 3 and a half inchesflat glass medallion that measures across and can be hung on a Christmas Tree with a gold ribbon. The ornament will be a memory to treasure, a reminder year after year of a very special person in your life. Ornaments can be created for babies, children and adults. Infant footprints are best for the imprint. However arrangements can be made to imprint larger footprints and shrink them to ornament size.

The ornaments cost $25 with proceed for building the Endowment Fund for the non-profit Barton Hospital Foundation. Pick up an order blank from at the “Footprints to the Future” display at Barton Hospital. Or call (530)-542-2945, ext. 3 by Nov. 16 in order to receive the final product in time to give it as a gift or hang it on the tree this year. For further information contact Linda Thompson at 542-2945 ext. 4.


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