BKOP Field Day a Huge Success: Almost 300 Local Kids Participated (UPDATED)

It was amazing to witness our community come together the way it did on Saturday. Nearly 300 kids and teens from a variety of backgrounds ate hamburgers, hotdogs, popcorn, cotton candy and played their hearts out for 4 solid hours. Everywhere you looked you could see kids eating, playing, and the park was a sea of smiling faces.

There were many volunteers working the various activities and events all the while letting all these kids know that we care about them. Not to mention the people, businesses, and churches who donated food, and the equipment needed to make our first Field Day a success.

It is truly inspiring to see what can happen when people who care come together and make things happen.

The best part this is……… only the beginning!

Boron Kids Outreach Program is committed investing in the Youth of Boron so there is more to come.

The next volunteer meeting will be held Tuesday June 7 at 5pm at the K&L. (THIS DATE HAS BEEN CORRECTED)

To learn more about how to get involved call Mike at 760-373-0801.

To get all the latest updates on activities and upcoming events subscribe to this website by clicking the button to the right that says “sign me up” and receive updates via e-mail.

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Thank you for all who volunteered and participated!

Strong kids equal a strong community!

Food and FunFrom little kids to big kids a good time was had by all


One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Annie on May 30, 2011 at 10:29 am

    Good Job BKOP!!!


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