Summit County babies born in March
■ Alexis Chavez Saucedo was born on March 2 to Zoila Saucedo Gurrola & Sergio Chavez Valles of Leadville.
■ Kaylee Victoria Montes Avila was born on March 8 to Joel Montes & Elidia Avila of Silverthorne.
■ Maisie McKissick Love was born on March 9 to Brent & Anne Love of Breckenridge.
■ Valeria Alexandra Chavez was born on March 9 to Zara Warzecha & Hugo Chavez of Dillon.
■ Irelynn Ambrose Schmidt was born on March 10 to Julian & Jody of Dillon.
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The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.
■ Jayden Marie Edge was born on March 12 to Michael Edge & Dawn Dickert of Silverthorne.
■ Jeremiah Francis Lee Versailles was born on March 15 to Jake & Jennifer Versailles of Dillon.
■ Victoria Alexandra Martinez Leiva was born on March 16 to Veronica Del Carmen Leiva & Oscar Martinez Leiva of Dillon.
■ Tyler Austin Davis was born on March 16 to Melissa & Shawn Davis of Silverthorne.
■ Hudson Timothy Coen was born on March 18 to Jamilee & Tim Coen of Dillon.
■ Dominik Orlov was born on March 18 to Irina Samodurova & Evgeny Orlov of Avon.
■ Corbin Gregory Gacnik Banas was born on March 19 to Matt Banas & Sara Gacnik of Breckenridge.
■ Leland River Cotton was born on March 20 to Andy and Lindsey Cotton of Breckenridge.
■ Beau Allen Dorn was born on March 21 to Kipper and Sarah of Redcliff.
■ Quinn Alondra Pestello was born on March 21 to Eva & Vinny Pestello of Breckenridge.
■ Molly May Alford was born on March 21 to Jamie & Jennifer of Breckenridge.
■ Christian Roy Nyden was born on March 23 to Meredith & Nick Nyden of Breckenridge.
■ Avery Alexandria Organsky was born on March 30 to Kim & Alex Organsky of Fairplay.
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