|Baby Bear Hugs names 2010 sweetest baby-toddler winners|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
Winners of this year’s Baby Bear Hugs Sweetest Baby-Toddler Contest
are Aria Ann Brunick, Bryson David Burnett and Claire Hubbard.
Aria Ann Brunick, Claire Hubbard and Bryson David Burnett were named the winners of the 2010 Baby Bear Hugs Sweetest Baby-Toddler Contest.
Twenty-two adorable children were included in this year’s contest. Community members voted by placing money in display jars with the baby-toddler pictures. Money collected will go towards the Baby Bear Hugs programs.
First-place winner, whose photo jar collected the most money, was Aria Ann Brunick, daughter of Bryan and Lisa Brueggeman and the late Christopher Brunick.
Clair Hubbard took second place honors. She is the daughter of Gabe and Jill Hubbard.
Third-place went to Bryson David Burnett, son of Bryan and Mallori Burnett.
Other entries included Abigail Sue Hoch, parents Ken and Sandy Hoch; Aeson Christopher Salyers, parents Chris and Staci Salyers; Auron Lueth, parents Broc and Brittany Lueth; Braylin Jewell Salvador, parents Matt and Trisha Salvador.
Brody Smith, parents Lee and Mallory Smith; Christopher Hansen, parents JJ and Samantha Hansen; Courtlyn Kinnie, parents Ernie and Joylyn Kinnie; Evan Williamson, parents Levi and Karin Williamson; Gradyn Allen Helgoth, parents Brandi Kay Helgoth and Justin Helgoth.
Jade Cayln Cook, parents Bradley and Faith Cook; Julian Marquez, parents Rigo and Cecilia Marquez; Kayti Williams, parents Lance and Rebecca Williams; Kree McConachie, parents Kevin and Heather McConachie; Kyah Faith, parents Zane and Alyshia Schoenfeld.
Melise Pfaltzgraff, parents Roy and Susan Pfalzgraff; Miles Unruh, parents Casey and Stephanie Unruh; Taryn Grant Salyers, parents Chris and Staci Salyers; Trevon Thayer, parents Branden and Julie Thayer; and Wyatt Lynn Miller, parents Kay Wildenstein and Joeseph Miller.
Baby Bear Hugs is a non-profit organization that serves nine counties in Eastern Colorado. They provide new parents with personal, in-home visits for support and education about their new baby.