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Parkview Huntington hosts day for kids

Christy Knecht and Y School of Music student, Luke Houser, sharing their talents during the entertainment presentations at Parkview Family YMCA Healthy Kids Day.
Christy Knecht and Y School of Music student, Luke Houser, sharing their talents during the entertainment presentations at Parkview Family YMCA Healthy Kids Day. Photo by Greenbear Photography

Parkview Huntington Family YMCA hosted 2022 Healthy Kids Day on Saturday, April 23.

The event included a community expo, Fun Run, 5K, entertainment and program presentations, vision screenings and open swimming.  
Approximately 20 different agencies and businesses were represented in the community expo, including the Huntington City-Township Public Library Bookworm.  

YMCA’s Healthy Kids Day is the Y’s national initiative to improve health and well-being for kids and families and is celebrated at Y’s across the country.

The 5K first place division winners were as follows:

Females:
Ages 10 and under: Maggie Alsman
Ages 30-39: Ashley Wilson
Ages 40-49: Roxann Grogg
Ages 50-59: Tanya Latta
Ages 60-69: Diane Ackerman
Males:
Ages 30-39: Matthew Ackerman
Ages 40-49: Matthew Pflieger
Ages 50-59: Brian Johnson
Ages 60-69: Richard Ackerman
Ages 80+: James Lenn

The 5K overall fastest time winner was Matthew Ackerman with 21:28 .