Caelyn Dennard is Salisbury’s first baby in 2018

Caelyn Dennard’s parents, Jenson Dennard and Micaela Williams, are celebrating her birth as well as her status of being first baby of the new year at Peninsula Regional Medical Center.

Peninsula Regional Medical Center welcomed its first baby of the year at 1:24 a.m. on Jan. 1, 2018 with the birth of little Caelyn Dennard. She weighed 6 pounds and 7 ounces and was 18 inches long. Parents Micaela Williams and Jenson Dennard of Salisbury say they were surprised and delighted to have a New Year’s Day baby.

“Her due date was Jan. 10, so we were not expecting it, but it was a great way to celebrate,” Williams said. In addition to being PRMC’s first baby of the year, Caelyn is Williams’ first baby.

Along with a memorable birthday, Caelyn received a basket of beautiful baby items, including clothes, a handmade blanket and toys as a gift from the Junior Auxiliary Board.

President Donna Anderson presented the basket on behalf of the Junior Board.

 

The Junior Auxiliary Board, in 2018, is celebrating its 94th year of service to the physicians, staff and volunteers of Peninsula Regional Medical Center and the people of the Delmarva Peninsula.

Since 1924, it has donated more than $8 million to expansion projects, medical equipment, supplies and services at Peninsula Regional Medical Center.

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