Tuesday , March 28 2023

Child Focus holds Easter Family Day

Child Focus Foundation hosted a community Easter Egg Hunt and Family Day on Easter Sunday. Children ages 12 and under were welcomed to take part in the afternoon Easter egg hunt, which was held at Harry L. Johnson Museum grounds. The event was followed by games, crafting activities and pizza, snacks and refreshments at the Child Focus building.

Prizes were awarded to participants in the games and to the winners of the egg hunt, who included first-prize winner Tyler Johnson, second-prize went to Kamala Clarke, and third to Rashijden Riley. Iris Oei also won a prize as finder of the golden egg.

Eleven volunteers assisted in the event, including members of Saba University School of Medicine, Living Water Society and the broader local community, who assisted with egg dyeing, arts and crafts, ring toss, three-legged race, egg-in-spoon race, potato-sack race, bean-bag toss and memory-card game.


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  1. We liked it.

  2. who are the members of the Saba University School of Medicine… hhhmmm One persons does not make it members…

  3. There were three medical student volunteers. Thanks Sasha, Linda and Meghan! We really appreciate it.