Boys Scout Celebrate Birthday with Gift to Patient
March 12, 2010
Augusta, GA – Birthdays and presents always go together, but this time around the gift was for someone else. Scouts from Boy Scout Troop 2, along with their leaders and families, gave the mother of the first baby boy, Ayden Edward Hair, born on Feb. 8 at Doctors Hospital, a wonderful assortment of gifts to celebrate the 100th Birthday of the Boy Scouts of America. Pictured are the parents of the first baby boy, Whitney and John Hair, Scouts Andrew Emory, Jonathan Francisco, and leaders, Traci Reisenberg and the Most Rev. Dr. Greg Francisco.
About Doctors Hospital
Since its founding over 35 years ago, Doctors Hospital has become Augusta's premier healthcare provider by listening to our patients and responding to the evolving needs of our community. The hospital today is a full service medical/surgical facility, located in the heart of Augusta's fastest growing area, committed to quality healthcare services, advanced diagnostic/treatment technologies, and wellness resources. In addition to Orthopedics, Doctors Hospital specializes in Cancer Care, Women’s Services, and is home of the Joseph M. Still Burn Center, which cares for over 3,000 patients annually.
About Boy Scouts
The Scouts of Troop 2 are part of the Georgia-Carolina Council, Kiokee District. They are chartered by Christ the King Lutheran Church, off of Locks-to-Evans Road. Their Scoutmaster is Danny Kuhlmann. For more information about Troop 2 or the Boy Scouts of America in the Georgia-Carolina Council contact the Council Office at 706-733-5277.