Brissa Ibarra and her 3-year-old identical twin daughters, Aliyah and Alissa, hadn’t heard about the event but stopped by to see what was going on. Ibarra was happy to get information from the Tracy parks department booth.
“I want to get the kids more involved in attending any classes,” Ibarra said. “My mother-in-law doesn’t have insurance, and she wants to hear about women’s health. I got her some information”
Trina Gomes and her husband, Anthony, took their two daughters.
“The girls are doing a D.A.R.E. class, so they wanted to see the D.A.R.E. officer. I wanted to see some of the health programs they have going on,” the mother of two said. “I love it. I think it’s great. We’ve been here before. I think it offers a lot of good information to the public.”
Her husband found information about the new health care exchanges.
Susan Pimentel, with Sutter Health, said the attendance was on par with previous years, if not a little higher.
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