Families Celebrate a Day for Kids

Families Celebrate a Day for Kids

Redlands – Local children enjoyed the annual Day for Kids on Saturday September 21, 2019 at the Hansberger Clubhouse in Redlands. The free public event hosted by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Redlands-Riverside is held each year to celebrate youth and the community they live in. It offers families an opportunity to spend time together while enjoying food, games, music, crafts, outdoor activities, informational booths and live performances, as well as access to dental and vision services. (Photos courtesy of John Coleman) 

Header Photo: Redlands Mayor ProTem Denise Davis and Boys & Girls Clubs Executive Director P.T. McEwen

 

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