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Tuesday October 20th is "Kids News Day" a benefit for Radys Children's Hospital

Oct 17, 2015 02:47AM ● Published by Paul Spear

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The Imperial Beach South Bay Kiwanis and other groups will be out Tuesday Morning October 20th selling news papers for "Kids News Day" to benefit Rady Children's Hospital. Please help out these needy children and cause and buy a paper. Locations in Imperial Beach will be at IB Blvd. and 13th St smd Palm Avenue and 9th Street.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

“A Day to Donate and Support Rady Children’s Hospital”

Over the past 25 years Kids' NewsDay has raised $2.9 million dollars to support the greatest and most urgent needs of Rady Children's Hospital. Help us reach our goal of $3 million in 26 years!

How you can support on Tuesday, October 20

  • Donate in person when you see volunteers wearing yellow aprons with the Special Edition Union-Tribune Kids' NewsDay all about Rady Children's Hospital.
  • Make a donation online anytime and help us reach our goal of $3 million raised by Kids' NewsDay.

Essay Contest

Enter the Kids' NewsDay Essay Contest by September 30th and tell us "How Captain True-Heart Saves The Day" for your chance to win and iPad mini. Click here for the entry form.

Kids' NewsDay Teaching Resources

Call the Kids' NewsDay hotline at 858-966-4965 for more information.

Find updates on

Click here to view the 2014 Virtual Edition.


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