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Free Healthy Kids Carnival Presented by Boys Town National Research Hospital

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Contact: Brooke Wittrock
Manager, Marketing and Communications
402-498-6640
Brooke.Wittrock@boystown.org

July 20, 2015
For Immediate Release

Free Healthy Kids Carnival
Presented by Boys Town National Research Hospital

OMAHA, NEB. – On Saturday, August 1, 2015, families are invited to Boys Town National Research Hospital for the annual Healthy Kids Carnival. This free event will run from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Boys Town National Research Hospital – 139th and Pacific Street, on Boys Town Campus.

Parents and children will enjoy an afternoon of jumping, moving and grooving with bounce houses, exhibitions by local children’s fitness programs, face painting, basketball station, obstacle courses and many more hands-on and active activities. Kids will receive healthy snacks and giveaways at every booth. Stop by each Boys Town Pediatrics Specialty booth for a chance to win the grand prize - a bike, helmet and gear. All children will receive a free goodie bag upon arrival, and there will be additional giveaways every hour!

For more information about the Healthy Kids Carnival, visit boystownhospital.org.

Healthy Kids Carnival participating exhibitors and supporters include Boys Town Fire & Rescue, Boys Town Police, Scheels, Stretch-N-Grow, UNO Cheer Team, Defy Gravity, Kicking Tigers USA, Fat Brain Toys, Nebraska Humane Society, Sempai Judo Academy, United Health Care, Zumba, Hy-Vee, Noodles & Co., Keep Kids Alive Drive 25, 501st Legion Storm Troopers, Omaha Storm Chasers, DiVentures, Juicy Juice, Bike Safe IM, Creighton Pediatric Therapy, Common Sense Parenting and P.F. Changs.

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ABOUT BOYS TOWN NATIONAL RESEARCH HOSPITAL
Boys Town National Research Hospital is internationally recognized as a leader in educational, clinical and research programs focusing on children who are deaf or hard of hearing, visually impaired, or who have related communication disorders. The Hospital has developed national programs that are now instituted in schools, hospitals and clinics across the country. The Hospital annually serves more than 47,000 children and families from across the United States.