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Martin County baby is first of new year at Paul B. Hall

Amanda Jarvis and son, Jeremy Brayden (click for larger version)
01/10/2007 - PAINTSVILLE — There is a new "first" in Martin County.

Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center announced that the first newborn of 2007 is the son of a Martin County couple, Jeremy and Amanda Jarvis of Inez.

Jeremy Brayden Jarvis was born at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 2. Jeremy, who weighed seven pounds and one ounce at birth and was 20 inches in length, was delivered by Dr. Penny Grino.

The new infant and his parents were showered with a bulging basket of gifts, including a $50 Savings Bond from Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center, a $25 gift card from Wal-Mart, a $25 gift certificate from Paintsville Floral, a free sitting fee from Photo-Magic, a car seat and diaper bags from Paul B. Hall's OB Department; and a variety of baby blankets, baby clothes, stuffed toy animals, baby lotions, shampoos, soaps and powder and a baby's New Testament.

Other businesses and organizations making donations were Med Zone Pharmacy, Amy's Hallmark, Dawahare's, Master's Miracle Christian Bookstore and the Johnson County Health Department.

Jeremy has a 20-month-old sister who was joined by her maternal grandparents, Linda Scott and Mark Porter, and paternal grandparents, Sandy and Ollie Jarvis, in welcoming the newest member of the family.

Jeremy's father is employed by Booth Energy.

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