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Yakima Honors Those who Showed Outstanding Medical Care for Kids

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Yakima's Children's Village held its bi-annual promise awards Thursday night at the 4th Street Theatre to honor community members for their top-notch care. Yakima's Children's Village held its bi-annual promise awards Thursday night at the 4th Street Theatre to honor community members for their top-notch care.

YAKIMA, WA-- Yakima's Children's Village held its bi-annual promise awards Thursday night at the 4th Street Theatre to honor community members for their top-notch care.

Children's Village promises that no child will go without the vital healthcare services they need.

The Director of Development and children's services said this event celebrates the people who provide service and also shows that there is something out there for children who have extra medical needs.

"It's really about the celebration that our community is so fortunate to have a facility like children's village that people here in our region can access without having to go great distances to get the special healthcare needs that they so desperately need," said Director of Development Kellie Connaughton.

The event will feature an Oscar's theme and several special guests including Miss Washington.

Awards will be given in six categories including champion in clinical healthcare, leadership in children's health care, and distinguished philanthropist.

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