Northside Hospital's first Tax Day Baby gets surprise
by Neighbor Staff
09:31 AM, Saturday, April 18
April 15 at 1:32 a.m. 7-pound Jonathan Choe was born at Northside Hospital in Sandy Springs. Shortly thereafter, his parents were surprised with a contribution to a Path2College 529 Plan account for Jonathan’s future college expenses as he was rec...

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