Camarillo YMCA celebrates Healthy Kids Day

The Camarillo Family YMCA hosted their annual Healthy Kids Day on April 25. Photos by Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers READY FOR LAUNCH - Danielle Ott, 5, of Camarillo jumps on a toy air-powered rocket as her sisters, Emily, 3, left, and Kara, 3, wait their turn during the Healthy Kids Day event at the Camarillo Family YMCA on April 25.

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READY FOR LAUNCH – Danielle Ott, 5, of Camarillo jumps on a toy air-powered rocket as her sisters, Emily, 3, left, and Kara, 3, wait their turn during the Healthy Kids Day event at the Camarillo Family YMCA on April 25.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers SOCCER MOVES - Sterling Hancock of the VC Fusion soccer team teaches kids soccer techniques during the Healthy Kids Day event at the Camarillo Family YMCA on April 25.

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SOCCER MOVES – Sterling Hancock of the VC Fusion soccer team teaches kids soccer techniques during the Healthy Kids Day event at the Camarillo Family YMCA on April 25.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers JUMPING - Abigail Slocum, 3, of Camarillo smiles as she jumps to the end of an obstacle course in a large bag during the Healthy Kids Day event at the Camarillo Family YMCA on April 25.

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JUMPING – Abigail Slocum, 3, of Camarillo smiles as she jumps to the end of an obstacle course in a large bag during the Healthy Kids Day event at the Camarillo Family YMCA on April 25.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers MAKING SLIME - Sam Gullo, right, of Mad Science helps stir home-made slime for Nathan Hernandez, 3, as his twin brother, Ezekiel, continues stirring during the Healthy Kids Day event at the Camarillo Family YMCA on April 25. The non-toxic slime is made from a mixture of polyvinyl alcohol and sodium borate.

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MAKING SLIME – Sam Gullo, right, of Mad Science helps stir home-made slime for Nathan Hernandez, 3, as his twin brother, Ezekiel, continues stirring during the Healthy Kids Day event at the Camarillo Family YMCA on April 25. The non-toxic slime is made from a mixture of polyvinyl alcohol and sodium borate.

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