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Crib Note – Barnes Kamen Hanes

Barnes Kamen Hanes was born on April 10th. The darling baby boy is the first child born to Lyndse Bortnick Hanes and Prentice Hanes of Mission Hills, Kansas. Barnes has blond hair and blue eyes. He weighed six pounds, 15 ounces and was 20 and one half inches long. Barnes’ proud grandparents are Connie Rhoden, Benjamin Bortnick, and Kay and Jeffrey Hanes. Great-grandparents Catherine and Dr. Eugene Bortnick are thrilled with this adorable addition to the family. Barnes is named after his paternal great-grandmother, Mary Lee Barnes Hanes, and his maternal great-great-grandmother, Elinor Allmayer Kamen.

Lyndse and Prentice Hanes posed with their son, Barnes.

Also featured in the May 25, 2019 issue of The Independent
Photo Credit: Ali Fleming

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