POULSBO, Wash., Sept. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- 1st Security Bank and the businesses of OLHAVA will celebrate the kids of Poulsbo and surrounding communities with family fun and activities at the annual Poulsbo Kids Day on Saturday, Sept. 17, rain or shine.
Activities will take place in the Home Depot parking lot in front of 1st Security Bank from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., including:
- Home Depot craft booth where kids can indulge their creativity
- Fire trucks, police cars, and a police boat to explore
- Bike rodeo obstacle course
- Face painting
- Pet adoptions through the Humane Society
- Dunk tank: donate three non-perishable food items or make a cash donation to the "Food for Thought" program
- Treasure Hunt: complete it and receive a free gift from 1st Security Bank
- Special K-9 demonstrations
- Child Safety & Stranger Danger class
- Electronic fingerprinting
"Poulsbo Kids Day will offer a day of fun activities for kids of all ages," according to Becky Erickson, mayor of Poulsbo.
Poulsbo Kids Day was created to bring the community together for a good time and a good cause. Families are encouraged to donate non-perishable food items to the local Food for Thought program, a partnership of North Kitsap Fishline, Costco, and Wal-Mart. Food for Thought provides healthy meals for children on the weekend, a time when many of them go without proper nourishment. Donations to Food for Thought may also be made at the Poulsbo branch of 1st Security Bank at any time.
"The children of our communities are the most important assets we have. Their health and safety need to be one of our first concerns," said Margaret Bradshaw, Poulsbo branch manager. "1st Security Bank is delighted to help sponsor this annual community event."
For more information on Poulsbo Kids Day, contact 1st Security Bank at 360-779-4488 or visit www.poulsbokidsday.com.
About 1st Security Bank
1st Security Bank of Washington has been serving individuals and businesses across the greater Puget Sound area since 1936. The bank currently has 83 employees and six branches throughout the Puget Sound.
SOURCE 1st Security Bank