Kids Day reminds parents to spend time with children

Posted: Friday, August 02, 2002

It's hard to believe, but in less than three weeks school begins again on the Kenai Peninsula. Where did the summer go?

If you're a parent who hasn't spent much time with your children this summer, Sunday's designation as "National KidsDay" may provide some inspiration.

Boys and Girls Clubs of America, KidsPeace and other leading youth organizations have established the first Sunday in August as "National KidsDay."

The purpose of the day is for parents and children to spend some meaningful time together.

In order to provide a fun activity that parents and kids can do together, the Boys and Girls Club of Seward has partnered with the Alaska SeaLife Center to offer free admission to any child 17 years old and under who is accompanied by a paying adult on Sunday. Club members and staff from the Seward Boys and Girls Club will be there from 1 to 5 p.m. to welcome people and distribute National KidsDay information.

There is no better gift a parent can give a child than the gift of time. And what better way to spend time together than by visiting one of the Kenai Peninsula's premier attractions.

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