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Baby Shower

Deer Park’s St. Mary Presentation Parish is hosting their biannual community baby shower for local new or expecting parents.

The Deer Park parish is part of “PREPARES”, a state-wide pregnancy and parenting support group with Spokane Catholic Charities. “It is a nurturing response of the Catholic community providing pregnancy and parenting support services from conception through the child’s fifth birthday”.

The shower is for local expectant parents or parents with a baby 9 months or younger, regardless of religion or belief. There will be games, snacks, prizes, layette supplies, diapers, and community resource referrals.

New parents just need to RSVP before the shower; contact Lee at 993-3765.

The shower will be held at 10am on June 15, at St. Mary Presentation Parish, 602 E. 6th Street Deer Park.

Additionally, contact the parish about their monthly diaper distribution.

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