Photo courtesy Darlene DeGroot

Photo courtesy Darlene DeGroot

Meet the Plateau’s first June baby | King-Pierce County Dairy Women

Cannon was born June 1.

The King-Pierce Counties Dairy Women annually present a gift basket to the parents of the first baby born in June at St. Elizabeth Hospital to celebrate June being Dairy Month.

Pictured above is Gabrielle and Ryee Cline of Puyallup and their first child, Cannon, who was born June 1 at 6:45 p.m. at 7 pounds, one ounce.

Also pictured is King-Pierce Counties Dairy Ambassador Kara Teachman, who presented the happy couple with the gift basket.

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