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Baby’s 1st Christmas Event

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EDINBURG – Precinct 4, in partnership with Texas A&M University Colonias Program and Driscoll Health Plan will be hosting “Baby’s 1st Christmas” on Friday, December 10, 2021 from 9:00 am until 11:00 am at the Pct. 4 Endowment Center located at 107 N. Sunflower Road in Edinburg.

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Expectant mothers or parents with children under the age of 8 months may attend the event. Please bring a sonogram or baby’s picture to make a special ornament. Face masks are highly recommended.

Health education sessions will be conducted on several topics that include infant immunizations, lactation techniques, and other health topics for infant care.  

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“It brings me great joy to have so many great organizations come together at the Endowment Center to share a wealth of knowledge with first-time parents.  It takes a village to raise a child and we need to do our part in the county to help parents learn about health and safety for their children,” stated Precinct 4 Commissioner Ellie Torres. 

For more information, please contact the Hidalgo County Precinct 4 Endowment Center at (956) 289-7429. 

Hidalgo County Commissioner Ellie Torres, Precinct 4

Baby’s 1st Christmas Event

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9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., Friday, December 10, 2021

107 N. Sunflower Road, Edinburg, TX

For questions or concerns regarding this event please call 956-289-7429.

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