Technical College hosts a day devoted to health, safety and fun at the
Connecting Families Community Wellness & Safety Fair Saturday, April 26 on
its Green Bay campus (2740 W. Mason St.). The free family event, held from 9
a.m. -12 p.m. in the NWTC Student Commons, features dozens of hands-on
activities for children and parents, tours of law enforcement and fire
vehicles, giveaways, a visit from McGruff the Crime Dog and much more.
- NWTC Connecting Families Wellness
& Safety Fair
- Saturday, April 26, 2014
- 9 a.m. – Noon
- NWTC Green Bay Campus – 2740 W. Mason St., Green Bay,
- Student Commons
Other activities at the
Community Wellness & Safety Fair activities include: child ID and finger
printing by the Oneida Police Department, developmental screenings for infants,
toddlers and young children, face painting, an obstacle course and other games,
a dental clinic, hands-on organic farming, puppets and art projects, a K-9
demonstration and safety tips from officers.
Complimentary light snacks
and refreshments will also be available. Free books and other giveaways are
offered while supplies last.
“The Connecting Families
Community Wellness & Safety Fair is part of a true community commitment to
keeping our children and families healthy, safe and happy,” said Gema Garcia,
NWTC Student Services coordinator. “We have more activities this year than
ever, so we’re very excited to open our doors for this fun, family-focused
The Connecting Families
Community Wellness & Safety Fair, now in it’s 3rd year, is
produced in collaboration with NWTC, the Green Bay Police Department, Oneida Tribe of Indians Early
Intervention program, Oneida Higher Crime Prevention, and the Oneida Police
Department, with support from Schreiber Foods.
more information or to register for the event, please contact Gema Garcia at
920-498-6894 or firstname.lastname@example.org.