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ANNE ARUNDEL MOMS CLUB TO HELP FAMILIES WITH PREMATURE NEWBORN BABIES
Molly Mae McFarland was expected to make her entrance into the world on September 6, 2008. However, she had other plans. Jaime McFarland, founder of Molly’s Mission gave birth to baby Molly on June 7, 2008 with her newborn unable to breathe on her own and needed to be intubated immediately after birth. Molly was taken away to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit where she remained for two months, where she fought numerous infections, received multiple blood transfusions, became strong enough to breathe on her own, learned to eat, and grew to 4 lbs. before being discharged. Molly is now a happy almost 4 year old with a lifetime of memories to share.
Professional Moms at Home (PMAH) is a community organization that provides a support network for women who elect to stay at home with their children. We offer structured events for children and families to stimulate growth and socialization. Community service is a very important component of our group; we support local charities through volunteer work and donations.
Currently, we are planning a “crop,” a scrapbook fundraising event. This event will attract scrapbookers from across the state and beyond to our area in support of our fundraiser.
The “crop” to benefit Molly’s Mission will be held on Saturday, July 14th at Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. The crop will feature raffles, scrapbook vendors and goodie bags for each cropper. Money raised will provide families with a new book called “For the Love of Babies” by Sue L. Hall, M.D.