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April 22, 2014

Community baby shower to educate mothers, others

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To get help

• Prenatal Care Hotline — English (800) 311-2229 /Spanish (800) 504-7081.   

• Pregnancy Resource Center — (918) 683-2020.

• Infant Supply Closet — (918) 681-6115.

• The Baby Basket — (918) 687-4693.

• Smart Start Events —Targeting mothers and infants, (918) 682-8407.

•  Tonya James, child development specialist, Muskogee County Health Department — (918) 683-0321.

If you go                                                                           

WHAT: Community Baby Shower hosted by Muskogee County Health Department.

WHEN: Noon to 2 p.m. Thursday.                                                                                                                                                                   

WHERE: Muscogee Indian Community Center, 335 N. Fourth St.

INFORMATION: Free, but RSVP, Barb Elmore, (918) 683-0321.

ETC.: Drop off items from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. any weekday at the Muskogee County Health Department, 530 S. 34th St.                                                                                                                            

ITEMS NEEDED:                                               

Baby baths, baby body wash, booties, baby bowls, baby brushes and combs, baby care kits (bulb syringe, nail scissors, and hair kits), baby carriers (sling wrap or pack carrier), lotion, monitors, nail clippers, nipples, safety scissors, baby shampoo, spoons, baby wipes, bassinets or co-sleepers, bibs, books (plastic or vinyl for bath time), bottle brushes, bottles, bouncer seats, breast pumps, bunting, burp cloths, car seats, changing pads, changing tables, cradles, crib blankets, crib mattresses, crib sheets, crib size quilts or comforters, cribs, diaper bags, diaper cream, diaper pails, diapers (newborn and size one), digital thermometers, doughnuts (padded ring) of PlayNes (age 4-6 months), first aid kits, gliders, baby gowns, Gripe Water, high chairs, infant acetaminophen (Tylenol), baby kimonos, milk storage bags, mobiles, musical toys, nasal aspirators, newborn caps, night lights, nursing bras, nursing nightgowns for mom, nursing pads, nursing pillows, nursing shawls for mom, nursing tops for mom, onesies, pacifiers, photo cubes, play mats/gyms, rattles, receiving blankets, rocking chairs, sippy cups, sleep bras, sleepers for baby, sleepsacks, socks, soothies gel pads, strollers, swaddling blankets, sweaters, swings, teething rings, washcloths, waterproof pads.

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