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LVCI Connect with Hundreds of Children & Families at Annual Kids Fair

The Valley County Kids Fair was held on March 26, 2022 and was the perfect culmination of educational activities, creative play and community connection for over 400 attendees.

Children from birth to elementary age were engaged in dozens of activities coordinated by various businesses and organizations, including the Loup Valley Childhood Initiative (LVCI). When children and families stopped by the LVCI booth, they had the opportunity to create paper airplanes and test their aircraft engineering skills by aiming at a balloon target. LVCI also offered mini pop-its for each youngster that stopped by the booth and took the opportunity to inform parents about an upcoming child care survey that LVCI will soon release with regard to the quality and capacity of child care in the Valley County area.

While dozens of children received door prizes by attending the Kids Fair, LVCI also provided a door prize for parents as well - a week of free childcare at any licensed child care provider in Valley, Sherman, or Greeley County. Heather Fox was the lucky winner of the free week of child care.

LVCI was honored to be a part of this annual event in the community that creates the opportunity for children, parents, businesses, and community members to connect. Thank you to the Valley County Health System Child Development Committee for hosting the event each year.

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