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and Harford Mutual, we were able to significantly ex- pand the event this year in terms of both fun activities and prizes,” Duffy says. Luisa Caiazzo-Nutter, executive director of SARC

agrees, stating, “Te support of our valued sponsors contributes directly to the success of this event, which in turn increases our ability to better serve our community in times of crisis.” Title sponsor Celebree points out the benefit of giving

back by supporting this year’s event. “Teaming up with SARC and Harford Family House provides Celebree with a great opportunity to support our local families. We are an organization committed to strengthening our communities with a purpose of raising the bar for early learning and closing the school readiness gap — a per- fect fit,” adds Richard Huffman, founder and president of Celebree Learning Centers. To enter any of the contests, become a sponsor or find

out more about Harford’s Most Beautiful Baby activi- ties, visit the event website at

Kathy Walsh

Schedule of Events: 3rd Annual Celebree Presents Harford’s Most Beautiful Baby - May 12, 2012

All events held at Harford Mall Center Court

10:00 a.m. Registration Opens/ MyGym Demonstration

10:30 a.m. Baby Crawl Race

11:00 a.m. Magic Show by Steve Gambrill The Extreme Balloon Man

11:30 a.m. Father/Son Contest 12:00 p.m. The Ring Factory Steel Foxes 12:30 p.m. Mother/Daughter Contest 1:00 p.m. Horn’s Punch and Judy Puppet Show 1:30 p.m.

Beautiful Baby Contest Winner

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