Dean Mahnke first baby born in June at St. Elizabeth Hospital | National Dairy Month

Dean Mahnke was the first baby born in June on the Plateau to his mother Stacy and father, John. June is national dairy month.

Dean Mahnke

Dean Mahnke was the first baby born in June at St. Elizabeth Hospital to his mother Stacy and father, John. June is national dairy month.

The baby was born June 1 at 1:58 p.m.  The family lives in Buckley.

Annie Birklid, King-Pierce Dairy Ambassador presented the baby gifts from the Washington Dairy Women organization, the ambassador program and the Dairy Farmers of Washington.

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