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'Dragonflies' to visit Kings Island

MASON, OH (FOX19) -

There will be Dragonflies having lots of fun Monday, August 8 on the more than 80 world-class rides and attractions at Kings Island. 

'Dragonflies' is referring to children and young adults with cancer and blood diseases that are currently being treated at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. 

The Dragonfly Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 organization based in Mason, Ohio that provides toys, arts and crafts, games, entertainment outings and celebrity visits to children and their families and caregivers that serve to ease the burden and significant challenges that each patient and their family faces as they go through chemotherapy and treatment. 

Visit the Dragonfly website for more information at www.TheDragonflyFoundation.org.

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