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Living Waters Ranch announces Fun Run 4 Kids

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2nd Annual Fun Run4 Kids Coming Up Soon!

Living Waters Ranch will be hostingit's second Fun Run 4 Kids on April 13, at the ranch located just southwest ofOsceola a few miles. Registration will begin at 10 am followed by the ‘run' at10:30 am. The Fun Run is a noncompetitive event designed to get kids up through6th grade outdoors and moving! There is no set course or timing of the run aseach child determines his/her course by choosing the order of events. Eventsinclude catching a fish, going down the giant slide, hiking up the bluff,feeding the goats, crossing the tire swings, hula hooping, relay races, andmore! At the conclusion of the run, participants will be treated to lunch andthen the afternoon will consist of the zip line, more fishing and playing onthe giant slide.

The Fun Run and afternoonactivities are free for the kids up through 6th grade. A concession stand willbe available for adults as well as other concessions throughout the day. Theexpenses for the Fun Run will be covered by donations from area businesses andindividuals. If you would like to help sponsor the run, you may contact JoyceBrown, Living Waters Ranch, 4520 SE 450 Road, Osceola, Missouri 64776, or call 417.646.2694, or email livingwatersranch@gmail.com.

Living Waters Ranch is a 501c3nonprofit faith based organization with an emphasis on outdoor education. It isthe goal of the organization to enrich the lives of children and adults in therural areas of Missouri.This event is open to all area communities. Pre-registration is not required,but helpful, in planning for lunch needs. Signed waivers are requested for participants. Waivers will be availablethat day or may be accessed through the website www.livingwatersfoundation.org

 

Home School Family Day April 9, 2013

If you home school your children,make plans to join Living Waters Ranch for a fun filled, educational dayoutdoors at the ranch. Registration will begin at 9:30 and activities will start at 10 am. There is a small charge for attending.For more information or a flyer, call, email, or visit the website, www.livingwatersfoundation.org,call 417.646.2694, or email livingwatersranch@gmail.com   Pre-registration is required.

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