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Born at Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital:

May 30

MACDOUGALL: A son to Tim and Janel MacDougall.

June 4

KASZA: A son to Jozsef and Sheri Kasza.

June 19

SPANGLER: A son to Cheryl Spangler.

June 20

RILEY: A daughter to Victor and Jenni Riley.

Born at home:

July 9

BROWNING: A son to Nick and Wendy Browning.

Born at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital:

July 1

STEWART: A son to Mike and Kim Stewart.

SMITH: A daughter to Steve and Carrie Smith.

July 3

BURNETT: A daughter to Tad and Colleen Burnett.

July 5

ADENIYI-KIE-VIVIAN: A daughter to Adewale Adeniyi-kie and Tana Vivian.

July 7

WARREN-PETERSON: A son to Jeffrey Warren and Lani Peterson.Born at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital:

July 9

SMITH-PENALUNA: A son to Robert Smith and Megan Penaluna.

July 10

HOUCHIN-GRANT: A daughter to Chris M. Houchin and Wynn E. Grant.

July 11

CILDEA-PALADINI: A daughter to William Warren Cildea and Camden Louise Paladini.

July 13

ASTESANA-LUNDBERG: A daughter to Aaron Astesana and Katie Lundberg

LEWIS-SANDERS-LEWIS: A daughter to Christopher Lewis and Michelle Sanders-Lewis.

HANSHAW-GOMEZ: A daughter to Jesse Hanshaw and Schennal Gomez.

KELLER: A son to Michael Craig and Monica Dale Keller.

July 14

BENZING-HATTEN: A son to Tom Benzing and Sarah Hatten.


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