It’s a GIRL! Mena Regional Health System welcomes the first baby of 2021! Proud parents are Natasha Ward and Charles Cogburn of Glenwood, Arkansas. Baby Lyla Lashay Kay Cogburn was born on January 5th at 8:09AM weighing 8 pounds 7 ounces and measuring 19 inches at the time of her birth. Baby Lyla was delivered by Dr.Rocha. Pictured from left are Rick Billingsley CNO, Minta Milam RN, Chole Waggoner, Charles Cogburn, Natasha Ward, baby Lyla, Amber Taylor RN and Leah Cannon RN with the New Year Baby Welcome Basket, an MRHS tradition. Area businesses who helped welcome the New Year Baby were Allbaugh’s Florist, Gabriel Clothing Co., Jansen Avenue Florist, K&K Cleaners, Mena Regional Auxiliary, Nordyke Photography, Papa Poblanos, Union Bank, The Fair Lady and Washburn’s. (Photo courtesy of Jessica Smith)
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