Approximately 2,500 people packed the Lambeau Field Atrium as Bellin Health sponsored its fifth annual 'Superbowl of Safety', Saturday.
Fun and interactive displays offered children and parents insights into a variety of safety topics including fire, electrical, gun, toys and pets. Highlights included a drive through Safety Town, fingerprinting and a close-up look at the germs people carry on their hands.
Children received a free mini football with the Packers logo after participating in at least 15 booth activities in addition to registering for the free prize drawing of a bicycle and Packers bike helmets.
The event had a fitness aspect as well. Kids were able to try out their quarterback skills by throwing a football in the Quarterback Toss, shoot a hockey puck at the Green Bay Gamblers Hockey shot, and participate in a fitness obstacle course.
Children were also encouraged to bring their torn or tattered stuffed animals for repair at the Teddy Bear Repair station, offered by Bellin Health Volunteer Services.
Sponsors of the event were Bellin Health, the Green Bay Packers, WNCY Y100 Radio, Paparazzi Pizzeria, Geoffrey's Toys R Us, and the Greater Green Bay Safe Kids Coalition.
Bellin Hospital's Pediatric Department is dedicated to serving the health and wellness needs of the region's children, and includes general acute care services, intermediate care services and KidCare in Urgent Care.