Baby Changing Station at Fair is Making Middle Georgia Great By Cleaning Up

Baby Changing Station at Fair is Making Middle Georgia Great By Cleaning Up

A group of volunteers at the Georgia National Fair, are helping a very specific group a people.

Their services include a place to clean, wipe, and give moms a private room to feed their babies.

The Baby Comfort Station is snuggled between the cheese fries and the ferris wheel, and moms know exactly where how to get to the tent.

"I could not live without it!" mom of three, Brynn Morseman says.

The tent and all the needed supplies to change and clean a baby are freely given to parents who need to stop in. Free wipes, free diapers, and a free rocking chair to relax in are compliments of the Rehoboth Baptist Association.

It's a service the volunteers of the association are happy to offer parents.

"We're just here to provide a place where they can do it with privacy and not sitting out there on a picnic table of something," Mary Ann Barge says.

Barge has been volunteering for two years at the fair.

Morseman says having the tent at the fair, is something she counts on every year.

"It's always in the same place, so I know exactly where to make a bee-line for when we need to come and use it."

 

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