Above, from left to right, are Lacey Sexton, Travis Oest, Bo Oest and their newborn son, Kenson, at The Memorial Hospital in Craig on Father’s Day. Sexton and the nonprofit Moffat County Cattlewomen donated a gift basket to the new parents in honor of their baby being born on the day dedicated to dads.

Courtesy of The Memorial Hospital

Above, from left to right, are Lacey Sexton, Travis Oest, Bo Oest and their newborn son, Kenson, at The Memorial Hospital in Craig on Father’s Day. Sexton and the nonprofit Moffat County Cattlewomen donated a gift basket to the new parents in honor of their baby being born on the day dedicated to dads.

Moffat County Cattlewomen donate gifts in honor of first baby born at TMH on Father’s Day

The Moffat County Cattlewomen donated a gift basket Sunday to new father Travis Oest.

Oest’s son, Kenson, was the first baby born on Father’s Day at The Memorial Hospital in Craig. The mother is Bo Oest, and the couple lives in Craig.

The gift basket contained a gift certificate to a local butcher shop, beef promotional items, and Moffat County Cattlewomen kitchen supplies.

The Moffat County Cattlewomen is a non-profit organization made up of local women who are directly related to the beef industry, or who are interested in agriculture. The group works to promote the local beef and agriculture industries.

Anyone interested in joining should call Lacey Sexton at 629-2547, Kacey Green at 826-0738, or Betty Ann Duzik at 756-4268.

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