For the Record

2010-01-01T00:00:00Z For the RecordBy The Montana Standard Staff - 12/31/2009 Montana Standard

Births Dec. 25 In St. James Healthcare Girl: Kadense Lee Hoar Parents: Sandra Smiesko and Michael Hoar. Weight: 2 lbs., 11 oz. Length: 15.5 in. Sibling: Tanisha Two-Two. Grandparents: Wendy Hoar, Mike Brian, Terry and Ed McSweeney, Dale Smiesko, all of Butte. Great-grandparent: Nancy Holm, Butte.

Dec. 25 In St. James Healthcare Girl: Jada Leeann Dinius Savage Parents: Janet Dinius and Justen Savage of Butte. Weight: 6 lbs., 19½ in. Grandparents: Cindy Dinius, Butte, Greg Barnes, Cutbank, Ed Dinius, Butte, and Tracy Savage.

Great-grandparent: Jim Sheridan, Butte, and Edward Dinius Sr.

Dec. 24 In St. James Healthcare Girl: Ada Willow Calhoun Parents: Bob and Anne Calhoun of Anaconda. Weight: 6 lbs., 5 oz. Length: 18 in. Grandparents: John and Wallis Bianchi, Kalispell, and Bill and Linda Calhoun, Anaconda. Great-grandparents: Shirley Miller, Kalispell, George and Fran Calhoun, Anaconda, Marge Norbury, Anaconda.

Dec. 23 In St. James Healthcare Boy: Chase Sholey Powers Parents: Patrick and Brandy (Sholey) Powers, Butte. Weight: 7 lbs., 2 oz. Length: 20½ in. Grandparents: Rick and Sherry Sholey, Butte, Pat and Roxie Powers, Butte. Great-grandparents: Pat Sholey, Butte, the late Dorothy Hansen, Butte, Lloyd and Marion Isola, Butte, the late Pat Anderson, Butte.

Dec. 23 In St. James Healthcare Girl: Cassie Belle Keller Parents: Josh and Laura Keller, Dillon. Weight: 6 lbs., 15½ oz. Length: 19 in. Grandparents: Parke and Pam Scott, Dillon, Kitty Songer, Helena, Steve and Mary Kay Keller, Dillon. Great-grandparents: Dan and Bobbie Scott, Dillon, Bill Keller, Custer.

Dec. 19 In St. James Healthcare Boy: Brayden Patrick Chandler Parents: Myles and Nicole Chandler, Deer Lodge. Weight: 7 lbs., 1 oz. Length: 19 in. Grandparents: Norm and Annamarie Anderson, Chester, Michelle and Larry Briggs, Anaconda, Brent Chandler, Anaconda.

Great-grandparent: Walter LeClaire, Anaconda.

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