Family accident includes screenings and acquirements activities
Family Bloom Fair drew 213 bodies aftermost year. (Courtesy photo)
By Ann Pieramici for Carpinteria Children’s Project | October 7, 2018 | 2:57 p.m.
Carpinteria Children’s Project (CCP) will host its seventh anniversary Family Bloom Fair, 3-6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, alms chargeless bloom screenings for adults, and accouchement ages 3 months-12 years at its campus in Carpinteria, 5201 8th St.
“We are so beholden for all of the bounded agencies who are partnering with Carpinteria Children’s Project to action chargeless screenings, educational workshops and acquirements activities for the families in our community,” said Maria Chesley, CCP controlling director.
“The day is a fun and advisory way to accent the accent of demography affliction of your health,” she said.
Among the chargeless activities will be screenings for claret pressure, BMI and fluoride, all provided by bounded agencies.
There will additionally be educational workshops affirmation the accent of dental hygiene and a advantageous diet, with advantageous choices offered by the on-site Kid’s Farmer’s Market.
Last year’s accident drew 213 attendees, and organizers say they achievement to access accord this year. The accident is accessible to families with adolescent accouchement in the community.
The Bloom Fair is sponsored by 27 agencies including:
Alarcon Legal, Association Action Commission, CADA, California Rural Legal Assistance, CALM, Carpinteria Bloom Affliction Center, Domestic Violence Solutions, Child Bloom & Disability Prevention Program.
Coalition for Sustainable Transportation, Family Service Agency, FoodBank, Friends of the Carpinteria Library, Hospice of Santa Barbara, Importa, Lions International, Linkden, Listos, Santa Barbara County Public Bloom Department.
Santa Barbara Public Library, B Bike, SBCC, Surgical Eye Expeditions International, SRE, Ventanilla de Salud, Standing Together to End Sexual Assualt, and United Claret Services.
The Carpinteria Children’s Project provides aboriginal adolescence apprenticeship for ages 2-5, aboriginal elementary afterschool programs and a Family Resource Center acknowledging parents and caretakers.
CCP additionally serves as the analogous hub of the Thrive Carpinteria Partner Network, a academic affiliation of aboriginal adolescence apprenticeship and amusing casework providers.
For added information, alarm 805-566-1619 or appointment http://carpchildren.org/about/.
— Ann Pieramici for Carpinteria Children’s Project.
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