SGMC Volunteer Auxiliary presents stockings to newborns

| December 20, 2016

VALDOSTA – South Georgia Medical Center’s Volunteer Auxiliary presented its first Christmas stocking and Santa hat on Friday, Dec. 16 to newborn girl Felicity Lindaman, daughter of Andrew and Alexis.

December is the time of year when a myriad of traditions are celebrated; a common one for Christians being the birth of Christ. SGMC also celebrates birth during the Christmas season–the births of newly welcomed children to the community. For many years, the SGMC Volunteer Auxiliary has dedicated their time to delivering handmade stockings to babies born the week of Christmas.

This year the tradition continues. It is with great joy and love that the volunteers give their time to welcome these new additions and continue their stocking legacy.  SGMC wishes everyone a Happy Holiday season and a healthy New Year.

Pictured: Felicity Lindaman, daughter of Andrew and Alexis, sleeps contently with her stocking and Santa hat, made by South Georgia Medical Center’s Volunteer Auxiliary.

SGMC Volunteer Auxilian Diane Belcher delivers hand-made stockings and crocheted Santa hats to babies born at South Georgia Medical Center during the week of Christmas.

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