Leslie and Brandon Highton and their daughter Liv Marlene popped into the Northern Sentinel offices to collect their prizes. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

Want to show off that beautiful bouncing baby?

We will be publishing our Beautiful Babies feature again!

The stars of our Kitimat First Baby of the Year, Leslie and Brandon Highton and their daughter Liv Marlene, received gifts and a subscription to the Northern Sentinel.

Don’t forget, the Northern Sentinel/Kitimat Connector is running its Beautiful Babies feature where you can show off your pride and joy, as well as stand in line to win a gift donated by Caprice Trading Post.

Whether it’s your baby, your grandchild, niece or nephew, or just a beautiful baby you know, call the Northern Sentinel and book your space in the feature for only $45, including taxes.

To submit contact the Northern Sentinel on 250-632-6144 or email: office@northernsentinel.com

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