The second New Years baby in Maine was born at 1:26 a.m. at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston, followed by Maines third baby of 2017 at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor. Unlike baby Zander, however, Oliver Michael Frank made his grand entrance at EMMC a few weeks early at 3:59 a.m. He weighed 6 pounds, 2 ounces and measured just a tad under 19.5 inches long. have a peek at this siteOliver wasnt due to be born until Jan. 23, his mother, Brittany Cline, 37, of Orono said Sunday afternoon from her hospital room, where she was spending the day with her newborn and her husband, Jereme Frank, 42. Both Cline and Frank are employed by the University of Maine, she as a wildlife ecologist and teacher and he as a forest researcher. Hes a bit earlier than we were expecting, Cline said of her first child. Clines labor began Friday, while the couple was visiting family in New Hampshire. I think we were both incredulous for a while, Frank said, adding that at first they thought she was experiencing false labor. As it turned out, the labor was real and Oliver was on his way.
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Operating inside the Beltway are folks like Elizabeth Kelly, who, as Special Assistant to the President, focused on retirement, and was one of the key figures behind the Department of Labor’s controversial conflict of interest rule. She recently joined United Income as Director of Policy.Ryan Burke, another Special Assistant to President Obama, designed and launched the White House’s TechHire Initiative and led White House engagement on job training issues. Sarah McBride, National Press Secretary of the Human Rights Campaign, made history this summer with a speech delivered at the Democratic National Convention, where she became the first transgender woman to speak at a major political convention. Jamira Burley, having previously worked for Amnesty International and Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, served as National Deputy Millennial Vote Director for Hillary for America. And while some on our list are considering what comes after the White House, others are on their way into its hallowed halls. Hope Hicks, who served as a one-woman press team for Trump’s historic presidential campaign, will soon occupy a desk in the West Wing as Strategic Communications Director for the new administration. Beyond Washington, Ryan Walsh serves as Chief Deputy SolicitorGeneral of the state of Wisconsin. Svante Myrick was elected Mayor of Ithaca, New York, at the age of 24, inheriting a $3 million budget deficit which he closed while lowering taxes. Some on our list are charged with finding common ground among public and private interests on behalf of major organizations. Kate Aitken is Chief of Staff for Federal Policy & Federal Affairs at Airbnb, where she works to develop policies that combat discrimination on the company’s platform.
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