Southern Tennessee Medical Center is proud to announce the arrival of the first baby of 2014 at the Childbirth Center in Winchester.
A healthy baby girl, Summer Kay Marie Johnson, was delivered at 2:51 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2014.
Summer weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce, and was 18 inches in length. She is the daughter of Tosha and Terry Johnson.
Summer was delivered by Dr. Bryan Myers of Premier Women’s Health Center and was assisted by delivery registered Charlotte Hill, Dana Jackson, Ashley Knoer and Amanda Luttrell.
For being the first Baby of 2014 born at STMC, Summer and her family received a gifts from the hospital’s local physicians and businesses.
The STMC Childbirth Center provided a gift basket of assorted goodies.
The STMC Volunteer Auxiliary and Gift Shop gave a baby gift set. Premier Women’s Health Center, Dr. Bryan Myers and Dr. Ashley De Witt donated a $50 Visa gift card.
Dr. Nevindra Mangru of Winchester Pediatrics donated a $40 gift certifi cate.
Sewanee Pediatrics, Dr. Amy Evans and Dr. Mary Heath, gave a helpful book titled What to Expect the First Year.
Dr. Jolanta Szczarkowska of Winchester Pediatrics donated diapers, wipes, Johnson baby products, diaper sacks, baby care set and terry bath set.
Local business owners joined the celebration by donating gifts to the new arrival and family.
Davis Sons, publisher of The Herald Chronicle, donated a one-year subscription to The Herald-Chronicle.
Box lunches for mom and dad and the baby’s fi rst birthday cake were donated by Jackie Finney, owner of the Blackberry Patch Bakery and Catering.
A $50 gift certifi cate was given by Shane Langford, owner of Spencer’s Flowers.
Kathy Bennett, owner/ photographer of Bennett’s Photography, donated the baby’s first portrait.
A darling baby ring was given to Summer by Diamonds for You, Dale and Beverly Pavette, owners.
Walk-In Hair Care donated one free wet haircut.
Two free buffet tickets were given by Scottie Steele, owner of the Oasis Steakhouse.
Complimentary movie admission for two to the Oldham Theater/Montana Drive-In were donated by the Rhoton family. A free movie rental was donated by Action Video. Two $25 gift certifi cates were donated by Camino Real Mexican Restaurant. Shampoo, cut and style were given by Divine Day Spa. Goody’s donated a baby picture frame. Laura Knight with Mary Kay Cosmetics donated a Mary Kay cosmetic gift set. A baby blanket with free monogram and baby teething ring were given by Southern Charm Gift Shop. A $20 gift certifi cate was donated by Sunrise Restaurant. Treasures gave Summer a WubbaNub. A $25 gift card was donated by Walmart Supercenter. Western Sirloin donated a $20 gift certificate.