WCTV Continuing Coverage: Children's Day 2018

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By: WCTV Eyewitness News
January 23, 2018

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- Children's Day 2018 got underway at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Florida Capitol Building, all part of the state's annual Children's Week events.

Children's Week brings thousands to the Capitol each year, providing a platform for advocates to push children’s issues to the center stage for lawmakers.

WCTV reported live from the event all throughout the morning and afternoon.


Click the arrows on the photo album below to check out all of our pictures from the event!

Children's Day 2018

To share your Children's Day photos with us, click here.

We also spoke with several children's organization leaders about the far-reaching impacts of today's event. Click on the links below for our web-exclusive interviews with:

  • Leon County Schools Superintendent Rocky Hanna
  • Michael Williams of My Jumpstart to the Real World
  • Children's Book Author Carol Hair Moore
  • Bill Hinsdale and Tanya Bonet with Staywell
  • Fla. Guardian Ad Litem Program Executive Director Alan Abramowitz

    For more information on Children's Week, visit childrensweek.org.



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