April 4: Healthy kids day!

April 1998
Body Bulletin;Apr98, p1
Provides information on the activity prepared for children aimed to teach valuable lessons about physical fitness, health, and sports. Schedule of the event; Benefit of the `Healthy Kids Day' on children.


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