KVC Behavioral HealthCare, Inc. is teaming up withRadio Disney to host a series of Family Fun Days in Kansas communities from 1-2:30 p.m. on June 15, 16 and 30. Family Fun Days will take place June 15 in Baxter Springs, June 16 in Fort Scott and June 30 in Hiawatha.
The Family Fun Day events will feature music, games and prizes. KVC staff will be grilling hot dogs and will also be available to provide information about the organization, answer questions and to promote the significant need in these communities for new foster parents.
“We’re thrilled about this opportunity to partner with Radio Disney and provide Family Fun Days to children and families in these great communities,” KVC Child Placing Agency Director Emily Snow said. “We encourage everyone to come out and experience the Radio Disney magic while learning more about KVC and the importance of providing loving, nurturing foster homes for children in every community.”
The Family Fun Days are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Emily Snow at esnow(at)kvc(dot)org or (913) 322-4900.
June 15th, 1 -2:30 p.m. Kiwanis Park at the Pavillion, Hwy 166 E, Baxter Springs, Kansas
June 16th, 1-2:30 p.m., Gunn Park, Shelter 5, 1010 Park Avenue, Fort Scott, Kansas
June 30th, 1-2:30 p.m., 201 East Iowa Street
(between the Aquatic Park and the Fisher Community Center),
northeast of junction of Highway 36 and 73, Hiawatha, Kansas
About KVC Behavioral HealthCare, Inc.
KVC’s work as a private, non-profit organization enriches and enhances the lives of thousands of children and families by providing medical and behavioral healthcare, social services and education. Founded in 1970 as Wyandotte House, KVC works to heal the most traumatic cases of childhood abuse and neglect. Named in 2008 by the Annie E. Casey Foundation as a best-practice organization, KVC is a leader in the use of evidence-based research and innovative tools and technology to advance the welfare of children and families in our communities. To learn more about KVC, go to http://www.kvc.org and visit http://www.everydayhero.org to learn more about the KVC Foundation.