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Kayla Baker, 17, is a senior at Colo-NESCO High School and is holding a bone marrow drive on Saturday, Feb. 8. Her baby sister, Karleigh, passed away in 2009 after being diagnosed with a rare white blood cell disease that required chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune

Kayla Baker, 17, is a senior at Colo-NESCO High School and is holding a bone marrow drive on Saturday, Feb. 8. Her baby sister, Karleigh, passed away in 2009 after being diagnosed with a rare white blood cell disease that required chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune

Misty Huddleson, center, and Steve Daniels watch over their son, Reese Daniels. Reese is the first baby born in the new year at Mary Greeley Medical Center. Photo by Dan Mika/Ames Tribune http://www.amestrib.com/news/20170102/8216he-likes-that-his-initials-spell-rad8217-meet-first-baby-born-in-2017-at-mary-greeley

Misty Huddleson, center, and Steve Daniels watch over their son, Reese Daniels. Reese is the first baby born in the new year at Mary Greeley Medical Center. Photo by Dan Mika/Ames Tribune http://www.amestrib.com/news/20170102/8216he-likes-that-his-initials-spell-rad8217-meet-first-baby-born-in-2017-at-mary-greeley

Baby Joel Ciccotti was born early in the morning of April 9 in the parking lot of the Swift Stop convenience store on west Lincoln Way. He is pictured with his parents, Michael and Samantha, and their two older sons, Isaiah, left and Elias, right. Photo by Melissa Erickson/Ames Tribune

Baby Joel Ciccotti was born early in the morning of April 9 in the parking lot of the Swift Stop convenience store on west Lincoln Way. He is pictured with his parents, Michael and Samantha, and their two older sons, Isaiah, left and Elias, right. Photo by Melissa Erickson/Ames Tribune

Cyclone Cab driver Mike Seronko poses in his car with Baby Girl, his rat terrier dog. Photo by Nirmanedu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Cyclone Cab driver Mike Seronko poses in his car with Baby Girl, his rat terrier dog. Photo by Nirmanedu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Cyclone Cab driver Mike Seronko poses with Baby Girl, his rat terrier dog, while sitting in his car on Fifth Street Wednesday in Ames. Photo by Nirmanedu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Cyclone Cab driver Mike Seronko poses with Baby Girl, his rat terrier dog, while sitting in his car on Fifth Street Wednesday in Ames. Photo by Nirmanedu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Marcia Downing, left, a teacher at Mitchell Elementary, greets students (from left) Amya Reynolds, 6, Rucsandra Vlad, 6, and Christabel Rolston, 9, during school breakfast. Downing was recently named the district winner of the first annual Dan Woodin Excellence in Education Award. The award was created to honor Dan Woodin, former school board president, who died last year. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune

Marcia Downing, left, a teacher at Mitchell Elementary, greets students (from left) Amya Reynolds, 6, Rucsandra Vlad, 6, and Christabel Rolston, 9, during school breakfast. Downing was recently named the district winner of the first annual Dan Woodin Excellence in Education Award. The award was created to honor Dan Woodin, former school board president, who died last year. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune

Bill Ripp and his daughter, Camille Helgeson, have both enjoyed long careers as educators in Ames. Ripp taught at Ames High school for seven years before later becoming associate principal, and Helgeson is in her 18th year of teaching at the elementary level in Ames. Photo by Melissa Erickson/Ames Tribune

Bill Ripp and his daughter, Camille Helgeson, have both enjoyed long careers as educators in Ames. Ripp taught at Ames High school for seven years before later becoming associate principal, and Helgeson is in her 18th year of teaching at the elementary level in Ames. Photo by Melissa Erickson/Ames Tribune

Ames Police Offcer Ny Saadiq talks on the radio as she shows off the inside of a police car to Tate Esser, 7, and his sister, Tessa, 5, during the National Night Out crime prevention event at Brookside Park on Tuesday in Ames. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Ames Police Offcer Ny Saadiq talks on the radio as she shows off the inside of a police car to Tate Esser, 7, and his sister, Tessa, 5, during the National Night Out crime prevention event at Brookside Park on Tuesday in Ames. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Pictured are four of the five fifth-graders who, with the help of their mothers, formed a book group two years ago to meet friends from other schools and talk about things going on in their lives. From left are Evan Bay Brakke, from Kate Mitchell Elementary; Jenna Helfer, from Sawyer Elementary; Ava Anderson, from Fellows Elementary; and Ainsley Jurgens, from Edwards Elementary. Not pictured is Sunneva Sigurdsdottir, from Meeker Elementary. Photo by Melissa Erickson/Ames Tribune

Pictured are four of the five fifth-graders who, with the help of their mothers, formed a book group two years ago to meet friends from other schools and talk about things going on in their lives. From left are Evan Bay Brakke, from Kate Mitchell Elementary; Jenna Helfer, from Sawyer Elementary; Ava Anderson, from Fellows Elementary; and Ainsley Jurgens, from Edwards Elementary. Not pictured is Sunneva Sigurdsdottir, from Meeker Elementary. Photo by Melissa Erickson/Ames Tribune

Ames High School senior Siriaco Garcia shows one of his recent paintings, "Siricaso Guenicia." Inspired by Pablo Piccaso's "Guernica," Garcia's acrylic painting includes stories from his family and his life growing up in a Texas border town. Photo by Melissa Erickson/Ames Tribune

Ames High School senior Siriaco Garcia shows one of his recent paintings, "Siricaso Guenicia." Inspired by Pablo Piccaso's "Guernica," Garcia's acrylic painting includes stories from his family and his life growing up in a Texas border town. Photo by Melissa Erickson/Ames Tribune

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