Maverick Maurice Lapierre was the first baby from Parksville born in 2019. He was born to parents Marc and Kaitlyn Lapierre at 3:27 p.m. on Jan. 3 weighing five pounds, 11 ounces. - Submitted photo

First Parksville baby of 2019 born in Nanaimo hospital

Maverick Maurice Lapierre was five pounds, 11 ounces

Parksville’s first baby of 2019 was born Jan. 3 in Nanaimo Regional Hospital.

Maverick Maurice Lapierre was born to parents Marc and Kaitlyn Lapierre at 3:27 p.m.

He was five pounds, 11 ounces and was the new parent’s first child.

— NEWS staff

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