Free and Cheap
Janine is a 20-year veteran journalist who puts her sleuthing skills to use unearthing deals and discounts for families in the Tampa Bay area. Raising her own two daughters has taught her that some of the best things in life are “free” but not necessarily “cheap.”
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Free sports physicals and vision screenings on Saturday
Posted Aug 6, 2012 by Janine Dorsey
Updated Aug 6, 2012 at 10:38 AM
On Saturday, August 11, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida’s will provide limited number of free physicals/screenings for children.
The Tampa Florida Blue Center is hosting a back-to-school health fair offering 100 youth sports physicals provided by CIA Health Screenings and 60 vision screenings provided by Davis Vision for local school children. The health fair will also feature face painters, a balloon artist and other fun activities, games, refreshments, and giveaways for the kids and families.
The event takes place from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. and will be located at 201 N. West Shore Blvd. in Tampa.
Physicals are limited to the first 100 children and vision screenings to the first 60 students. Only Florida school children qualify for these services and children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at the time of their visit. Parents should bring their child’s immunization record and their insurance or Medicaid card if they have one.
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