Down on the farm at PCHC

Pettis County Health Center hosted its third annual Tricycle Rodeo Wednesday morning on the north parking lot of the facility located on East 16th Street. The event helps promote health and activity in preschool children, said Mary Lou Shane, IBCLC, and WIC Coordinator at PCHC. At the Tractor Pull station Kinlea Keith, 4, of Imagination Station Preschool, attempts to pull 15 pounds of sugar with her tractor, while volunteer Nick Hern urges her on to the finish line.
Rita Arni, a volunteer for the PCHC Tricycle Rodeo, talks with children at the Eat Right station. Children at this station could “fish” for fruits and vegetables to feed to the “pig” in the barn. About 75 children were expected to attend the event.
Looking for a colorful egg, Romani Holder, 3, visits the Get Movin’ station with her parents Andrew and Danielle Holder and little brother Castiel Holder at the PCHC Tricycle Rodeo Wednesday. Crystal Craig, a volunteer from Whittier High School, said the children could choose an egg, open it, and perform the exercise found inside. She added that she helps the children with the exercise game.

Pettis County Health Center hosted its third annual Tricycle Rodeo Wednesday morning on the north parking lot of the facility located on East 16th Street. The event helps promote health and activity in preschool children, said Mary Lou Shane, IBCLC, and WIC Coordinator at PCHC. At the Tractor Pull station Kinlea Keith, 4, of Imagination Station Preschool, attempts to pull 15 pounds of sugar with her tractor, while volunteer Nick Hern urges her on to the finish line.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_TSD091715TricycleRodeo-1.jpgPettis County Health Center hosted its third annual Tricycle Rodeo Wednesday morning on the north parking lot of the facility located on East 16th Street. The event helps promote health and activity in preschool children, said Mary Lou Shane, IBCLC, and WIC Coordinator at PCHC. At the Tractor Pull station Kinlea Keith, 4, of Imagination Station Preschool, attempts to pull 15 pounds of sugar with her tractor, while volunteer Nick Hern urges her on to the finish line.

Rita Arni, a volunteer for the PCHC Tricycle Rodeo, talks with children at the Eat Right station. Children at this station could “fish” for fruits and vegetables to feed to the “pig” in the barn. About 75 children were expected to attend the event.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_TSD091715TricycleRodeo-2.jpgRita Arni, a volunteer for the PCHC Tricycle Rodeo, talks with children at the Eat Right station. Children at this station could “fish” for fruits and vegetables to feed to the “pig” in the barn. About 75 children were expected to attend the event.

Looking for a colorful egg, Romani Holder, 3, visits the Get Movin’ station with her parents Andrew and Danielle Holder and little brother Castiel Holder at the PCHC Tricycle Rodeo Wednesday. Crystal Craig, a volunteer from Whittier High School, said the children could choose an egg, open it, and perform the exercise found inside. She added that she helps the children with the exercise game.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_TSD091715TricycleRodeo-3.jpgLooking for a colorful egg, Romani Holder, 3, visits the Get Movin’ station with her parents Andrew and Danielle Holder and little brother Castiel Holder at the PCHC Tricycle Rodeo Wednesday. Crystal Craig, a volunteer from Whittier High School, said the children could choose an egg, open it, and perform the exercise found inside. She added that she helps the children with the exercise game.

Pettis County Health Center hosted its third annual Tricycle Rodeo Wednesday morning on the north parking lot of the facility located on East 16th Street. The event helps promote health and activity in preschool children, said Mary Lou Shane, IBCLC, and WIC Coordinator at PCHC. At the Tractor Pull station Kinlea Keith, 4, of Imagination Station Preschool, attempts to pull 15 pounds of sugar with her tractor, while volunteer Nick Hern urges her on to the finish line.

Rita Arni, a volunteer for the PCHC Tricycle Rodeo, talks with children at the Eat Right station. Children at this station could “fish” for fruits and vegetables to feed to the “pig” in the barn. About 75 children were expected to attend the event.

Looking for a colorful egg, Romani Holder, 3, visits the Get Movin’ station with her parents Andrew and Danielle Holder and little brother Castiel Holder at the PCHC Tricycle Rodeo Wednesday. Crystal Craig, a volunteer from Whittier High School, said the children could choose an egg, open it, and perform the exercise found inside. She added that she helps the children with the exercise game.

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