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Alina Avern

The staff of Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital congratulate Caitlin and A.J. on the birth of their beautiful daughter, Alina Avern.

Born: December 9, 2012 8:42 am

Weight: 8 pounds 5 ounces

Length: 20 inches

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Caitlin and A.J. have chosen the name Alina Avern for their beautiful new daughter

Origin: Slavic; Scottish
Original Meaning: "Bright"; "Fair"

Market Basket:

  • Loaf of Bread: $2.49
  • Gallon of Milk: $3.85
  • First Class Stamp: $0.45
  • Gallon of gasoline: $3.59
  • New Car: $21750.00
  • Average New Home: $320000.00
  • Hospital Room: $0.00

Populations:

  • Grass Valley: 13000
  • U.S. Population: 312774722

Today's Weather:

  • Sunrise: :00 am
  • Sunset: :00 pm
  • Local high: 60 degrees F
  • Local low: 37 degrees F
  • The nation's weather extremes were 84 degrees recorded at Kona, Hawaii and -20 at Arctic Village, Alaska

Dow Jones:

  • Dow Jones: 13155.13

Other Interesting People Born on this Date:

  • 1848 - Joel Chandler Harris - American author who told stories about Brer Rabbit, Brer Fox and plantation life through his creation, wise old Uncle Remus.
  • 1886 - Clarence Birdseye - American inventor who first brought small packages of frozen foods to the consumers' kitchen.
  • 1898 - Emmett Kelly - His personal of "Weary Willie", a hobo clown with a bulbous nose made Kelly the best known American circus clown of the 20th Century.
  • 1906 - Grace Murray Hopper - American mathematician, Navy Admiral and key member of the team that developed the first commercial electronic computer.

Other Notable Events on this Day in History:

  • 1907 - The Delaware chapter of the Red Cross sold the first Christmas Seals as a fund raiser to support the fight against tuberculosis.
  • 1909 - The world's first monoplane, the Walden III, was test flown this date. Its 22 horsepower motor propelled the plane to speeds of 52 miles per hour.
  • 1965 - The lights went out on more than 30 million people in the Northeastern U.S. and Eastern Canada as the biggest power outage in history began at 5:16 p.m.
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