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By Wednesday, Jan 18 Births
Erin and Jacob Kuhn, with their newborn son, Benjamin Dale Kuhn, born on January 10, 2017

Editor’s Note: With the cooperation of Fairview Hospital and Berkshire Health Systems, The Edge publishes announcements of births. Announcements come to us from the hospital with the consent of the parents but, if you are a recent parent and would like to include photo(s) with your announcement, please send to 

The Family Birthplace at Fairview Hospital in Great Barrington, Mass.:

On January 10, 2017, to Erin and Jacob Kuhn of Housatonic, a son, Benjamin Dale

On January 13, 2017, to Angela Caffrey and Cash McConnell of Stockbridge, a daughter, River Regina

On January 12, 2017, to Guilia Laveto Emery and Nicolas Bergan Emery of Great Barrington, a son, William Leonardo

On January 14, 2017, to Samantha Candee and Jordan Kaye of Monterey, a son, Jaxon Randall.

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