PIXY 103 One of First Stations in State to Support Baby Safe Haven

Baby Safe Haven New England Takes to Cape Cod Airwaves

HYANNIS - On Monday, April 9, 2007, Baby Safe Haven New England broke new ground as it took to the airwaves on Cape Cod, on PIXY 103, as DJ Suzanne Tonaire signed the Sweepers for Baby Safe Haven contract, and was surprised as her program was the first in the state to break the news of the 6th newborn to be safely surrendered under the 29 month old Massachusetts Baby Safe Haven law.

Baby Ashlie, named for Another Safe Haven Little Infant Embraced, was surrendered in the previous 5 weeks at a Boston Medical Center, and is thriving in a pre-adoptive home.

Cape Cod Community College students, Rakha, Bonnie, Minnie and Alexandra represented Baby Safe Haven New England in this first in the nation pilot program where radio DJs sign a contract to mention the Baby Safe Haven law once a week and in return they are the first in the state to receive news updates on safe haven surrenderings and other breaking news stories.

Baby Safe Haven New England cofounder Jean Morrisey gave high praises, and will give these CCCC students very high marks, for their superlative efforts in their creative promotional work for Baby Safe Haven.

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