Those vendors include Aejis Therapy, Applebee’s, Big Smiles, Boys and Girls Club, Buffalo Trace Children’s Advocacy Center, health department, Central UMC, Comprehend Children’s Services, Crosspoint Church, Faithway Baptist Church, Family Caregiver Program, Fazolis, First Steps, Frisch’s, Gear Up, Head Start, Highlands, Lice Clinics of America, Mason County Bus Garage, Mason County Food Service, Mason County Preschool, Mason County Public Library, MCTC, Mountain Comprehensive, New Hope Christian Church, Primary Plus, Rite Aid, Regional Prevention Center, Shelter Insurance, Truancy/Juvenile Justice, Women’s Crisis Center and the YMCA, as well as tables set up for each school building.
Inflatables and stilt walkers will also be present.
“This events helps students and families to be well equipped and prepared to start the new school year. This helps to reduce stress on families, and students to promote educational success,” she said.
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