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From pink to blue, these little ones say, ‘Boo!’

November 3, 2012

(Photo submitted)

Halloween was a busy day for many preparing for trick-or-treaters. But it was also a busy day at Punxsutawney Area Hospital. While black and orange are known as Halloween colors, PAH was seeing pink and blue. In this photo, Dr. Emil Dib, the OB/Gyn physician PAH, poses with three special treats for area families that he delivered Wednesday. Pictured are (from left): Kylee Myers, daughter of Carry Myers and Ron Wensel, born just 14 minutes into the holiday at 12:14 a.m.; Dean Montgomery, son of Jason and Hannah Montgomery, born at 6:19 p.m.; and Lucas Swartz, son of Dave and Courtney Swartz, born at 11:26 a.m. For full birth announcements for these and others, see Page 5, Family News.

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