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It’s a boy for the owners of Bene’s … and a win for customer Bob Heston

And the winner is … Bob Hesten.

Heston is the Bene’s customer who came closest to guessing the birth weight and length of the first child of restaurant owners Derek Baziotis and his wife, Alexx.

Jaxxer Cruz Baziotis was born Friday, weighing 9 pounds, 8 ounces and stretching 21.5 inches.

Hesten guessed the day right. He also correctly predicted the baby’s gender.

And he was only off by 2 ounces and 1/2 inch on the rest, making him the winner of a $100 gift card to Bene’s. Hosten guessed 9 pounds, 6 ounces and 22 inches.

Proud papa Derek Baziotis reports, “Mom and baby are both healthy and happy!”

Bene’s opened in September and specializes in Benedicts, breakfast sandwiches, scrambles, waffles, wraps and more. It’s open for breakfast and lunch.

Bene’s is at 24 W. First St. in Cheney. Call (509) 951-5207. On the web: www.benesamfix.com.

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