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April 29, 2003

Albany- Dozens of couples attended the Phoebe Pregnancy and Parenting Fair. Vendors offered information on a wide variety of topics including car seat safety, breastfeeding, and child birth education.

Organizers say South Georgia has a lot to offer expecting couples. "We want to make sure again that folks are well educated about the things that are available. Me being new in the area, I didn't even realize as we started planning this, what resources were available here. So, its great, great turnout," says Assistant Vice-President of Women's and Children's Service, Alicia Lang.

The fair also educated expecting mothers about important health and safety information such as infant CPR and immunizations.

Posted at 10:25 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com