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FAMILY FUN DAY!

Laughter permeated the Richard J. Codey Arena at South Mountain as the Chai4ever Family Day on Monday, April 6th began, with ice skating for children, teenagers, and their parents. From novice to experienced skaters, everyone enjoyed partaking in one last winter pastime, with the knowledge that spring is finally here.

The full-day of activities continued just a small “jump” away at the nearby Sky Zone Trampoline Park with every imaginable bouncing activity, including springing in foam pits and on trampolines, trampoline dodgeball and volleyball, and skyslam basketball dunking.  The high energy levels carried through to the evening concert by Eli Marcus. Even the most exhausted youngsters had smiles on their faces as they left the indoor park late that evening.

 

Posted by chai4ever on April 21, 2015

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