Clearwater has a new resident with the arrival of the area’s first baby boy born in 2019. Logan Jock Mazanik was born to Bobbi Foulkes and J.C. Mazanik on Jan. 13, weighing five pounds 12 ounces. (L-r) Brenda Foulkes, Bobbi Foulkes, Logan Mazanik, J.C. Mazanik. Photo submitted

It’s a boy!

Clearwater has a new resident with the arrival of the area’s first baby boy born this year

Clearwater has a new resident with the arrival of the area’s first baby boy born in 2019. Logan Jock Mazanik was born to Bobbi Foulkes and J.C. Mazanik on Jan. 13, weighing five pounds 12 ounces.

The Clearwater Hospital Auxiliary annually presents the first boy and girl born each year with a baby quilt.

Brenda Foulkes, Auxiliary member and proud grandmother of the newborn, presented the knitted quilt and sweater set, made by Julie Howatt, to the proud parents.

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