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Babies crawl through the competition

Ozzie Carmichael, held by Jane Hayes, would go on to win happiest baby and best smile.
Last year’s first baby born at the Pontiac Hospital, Brooklyn York, took home the claim to brightest eyes and was presented by Myrna Palmer.
Isla Harris, who took home the chubbiest cheeks title, is held by Elaine Lang.

Donald Teuma-Castelletti
SHAWVILLE Jan. 13, 2018
The Canada 150 celebrations continued into the new year in Shawville, with a baby-judging contest taking place at the Seniors’ Centre on Main Street.
While there were supposed to be five babies in the running, only three seemed to make the slow crawl out of their cribs that chilly Saturday morning. Nonetheless, the competition was fierce as babies smiled and stared wide-eyed at the judges, in an attempt to win them over.

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