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New Advertiser Matt Griffin YMCA Holding Healthy Kids Day Saturday

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We’d like to welcome our latest Advertiser to The B-Town Blog: Matt Griffin YMCA, which is inviting Kids and Families to participate in “YMCA Healthy Kids Day” this Saturday, April 17th.

This will be a free Health Fair, open to the public with games, activities and health resources, along with a live performance by local TV/dance stars Massive Monkees!

Here are the details:

WHAT: Matt Griffin YMCA’s Healthy Kids Day.

WHEN: Saturday, April 17th from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

WHERE: Matt Griffin YMCA, located at 3595 S. 188th St. in SeaTac, WA 98188

ACTIVITIES: Lots of fun, free activities, including:

  • Massive Monkees from “America’s Best Dance Crew” TV Show
  • Health Screenings
  • Pacific Science Center
  • Inflatable Obstacle Course
  • Balloon Artist
  • SeaTac Fire Truck
  • Carnival Games
  • Free Henna Tattoos

WHY: Healthy Kids Day is more important than ever this year. The amount of time American children and teens spend watching TV, playing video games and surfing the Internet has increased dramatically – to nearly eight hours a day. Experts say that school-age kids need at least one hour of physical activity every day to be healthy – an amount which nearly two-thirds of our nation’s youth are not getting.

INFO: Every spring, YMCAs around the country invite children and families to participate in Healthy Kids Day, a free event to promote health and wellness for kids and families. Come to the Matt Griffin YMCA this Saturday and participate in its first annual Healthy Kids Day event.

VIDEO: Wondering why some folks think the Massive Monkees are cool and possibly worth showing up to see? Check out this video:


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