Kids Day America


UPPER PROVIDENCE TOWNSHIP, PA – May 5, 2017 – At the Upper Providence Township community meeting On Monday, May 1, 2017 Township Board of Supervisors Chairman, Lisa Mossy, introduced resolution 2017-19 into the records acknowledging through Proclamation Kids Day America as an officially recognized program by Upper Providence Township to benefit children of our area regarding health, safety, and environmental awareness.

Kids Day America is scheduled for Saturday, May 20th, 2017 from 12-3 pm, on the grounds of 1003 Egypt Road in Oaks, PA.  Communities worldwide will be participating in “Kids Day America/ International™.”  There will be hundreds of communities participating in the twenty second year of this historic event, in which 5,000,000 children have benefited in 2,500 cities.

At Snyder Family Chiropractic, Dr. Snyder  spends lots of time both inside and outside of his practice helping children. “It is for this reason that I chose to sponsor this monumental event in Upper Providence Township.”, stated Dr. Snyder, continuing, “We will provide essential information to all attendees on crime prevention, child safety, and environmental issues. We also will provide free Child Safety ID Cards with fingerprinting, as well as dental ID to all children who attend, courtesy of our local police department and a local pediatric dentist. Our local fire department plans to support the event by providing fire safety tips.”

Local families are invited to this community event. Appearances are expected by township representatives, other dignitaries, and a representative from the local newspapers at 12:00 pm. There will be free health screenings, and we will distribute information on disease prevention and health promotion. We will also provide free balloons, snacks, and give-aways along with prize drawings every half- hour!  Music will be provied for the whole family supplied by Big Daddy DJ’s.   The event will benefit the Phoenixville Police Athletic League (PAL)  as part of this event to spotlight their involvement in helping our youth with homework, school-related activities, and athletics.