Mother of baby born on SKN National Heroes’ Day receives stuffed surprise balloon

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BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, September 21, 2023 (Events Extraordinaire) — Ms. McKeshia Stanley, the mother of a beautiful National Heroes’ Day baby boy, is the joyful recipient of a stuffed surprise balloon from Events Extraordinaire.

The presentation was made by Ms. Candisie Franklin, Managing Director of Events Extraordinaire, to the mother of the newborn baby on Sunday, September 17 at the maternity ward of the Joseph N. France General Hospital in St. Kitts. The stuffed surprise balloon contains essentials for a new born baby.   

The National Heroes’ Day baby boy born at approximately 10:30 a.m. weighs 9 lbs. 9 oz. No baby was born on Independence Day this year at JNF. 

Ms. Franklin, Managing Director said, “It was an honor and privilege to play a part in this auspicious occasion. Being introduced to and helping to play a part in the molding of our next generation is a great opportunity. 

I always feel so happy and excited about the future generation when thinking about their untapped potential so it’s always good to get to meet them on their entrance to the world. Our future national heroes.”

Events Extraordinaire began this initiative in 2022 by giving the parents of newborns born on National Heroes’ Day and Independence Day two stuffed surprise balloons. 

Events Extraordinaire is an event planning, design and decor company that was established in 2017. Our company’s aim is to “add the SPARKLE to every event” by presenting top of the line service and products to take your event from ordinary to extraordinary.

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