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Crib Note – Harrison Tully Martin

A darling baby boy named Harrison Tully Martin was born on August 14th to Rebecca Harrison Martin and Scott Alson Martin of Our Town.  The blue-eyed, blond-haired boy weighed seven pounds, three ounces — the exact weight of his dad when he was born!  There is no doubt that Harrison is going to be one tall boy, for he was in the 90th percentile in height at his one month check up.  His proud grandparents are Mary and Scott Harrison of Leawood and Dorian Martin of Naples, Florida, and Alson Martin of Lenexa.  Harrison’s first name is his mother’s maiden name, and his middle name is his great grandmother’s maiden name.  Harrison’s cousin, John Donald Hills, was born exactly three weeks after him, and they are already best friends!  We send a big congratulations to Rebecca and Scott for their first born child.

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