BOZEMAN, Mont. -

Bozeman area families took time to focus on their health today at Bozeman Deaconess Health Services' wellness screening.        

It's the second year they've put a special focus on kids, offering photo ID cards and fingerprinting, an exercise and agility course and even face painting from Snow White.
There were close to two dozen screenings to choose from for children and adults.
We talked to parents to see why they attended and what they got out of it.

"Just for something different for them to do, the helicopter tours, the ambulance, so they can understand health more," says Bozeman resident Nic Haith.

Kassia Finn came to the event on a whim and she says, she's glad she did.

"This is great. It's been fun for the kids and good information for me to have," says Finn.

Also at the event, Kohl's Department Store presented Bozeman Deaconess Foundation with a check for close to $5,500 for the "Kohl's Kids Eat Smart with Bozeman Deaconess" program. It's a partnership meant to challenge children to eat healthy, as a way to reduce child obesity, chronic disease and do better in school.