Nursing Students Participate in Children’s Health Fair

Shown in the first row are Lacy Pollick, Crystal Reams, Sherrie Royal Callie Gidney and Jessica Best. In the second row are Kelly Armstrong, Becky Cartwright, Haylee Shimmel, Erin Noland, Brittany Corrigan, Taylor Martini and Heather Gaul. In the third row are Amber Cambria, Kelly Brown, Taylor Keith, Christina Guiher, Megan Cossick, Caitlin Granville, Emily Barber and Kayla Nussbaum. In the fourth row are Kieren Kephart, Miranda Jones, Summer Blake, Kaitlyn Despeaux and Taylor Culer. In the fifth row are Kristi Fox, Jessica Smith, Nadia Lopez De Sudik and Tasha Douty. (Provided photo)

CLEARFIELD – The Clearfield County Career & Technology Center’s Practical Nursing students participated in the 28th annual Penn Highlands Clearfield Auxiliary Children’s Health Fair on May 3.

Approximately 250 fourth-grade students from area schools attended the fair.  The CCCTC Practical Nursing students helped plan and execute educational and health-related stations for small group learning activities.

Prior to the event, the Practical Nursing students received donations for a girl’s and boy’s bike, bike helmet and water bottle for a drawing from all of the participants.

Shown in the front row are Sarah Huegler and Anna Ryan from St. Francis School. In the back row are Crystal Reams, Amber Cambria and Emily Barber, CCCTC Practical Nursing students. (Provided photo)

Shown in the front row are Sarah Huegler and Anna Ryan from St. Francis School. In the back row are Crystal Reams, Amber Cambria and Emily Barber, CCCTC Practical Nursing students. (Provided photo)

Donations were received from Wal-Mart in Clearfield, Health South in Pleasant Gap, B&B Major Auto Repair in Houtzdale, Pipe and Pistol Restaurant in Houtzdale and Ed Cambria in Clearfield.

The winner of the boy’s bike was Terry Spencer from Clearfield Elementary, winner of the girl’s bike was Anna Ryan from St. Francis School, winner of the bike helmet was David Price from Clearfield Elementary School and the winner of the water bottle was Sarah Huegler from St. Francis School.

Shown in the front row are Terry Spencer and David Price from Clearfield Elementary. In the back row are Crystal Reams, Amber Cambria and Emily Barber, CCCTC Practical Nursing students. (Provided photo)

Shown in the front row are Terry Spencer and David Price from Clearfield Elementary. In the back row are Crystal Reams, Amber Cambria and Emily Barber, CCCTC Practical Nursing students. (Provided photo)

The CCCTC Practical Nursing students would like to thank Penn Highlands Clearfield Auxiliary, Wal-Mart, Health South, B&B Major Auto Repair, Pipe and Pistol Restaurant, Ed Cambria and all of the area school districts that participated to make this year’s Children’s Health Fair a success.

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