Students from Mt. Whitney and Golden West high schools sell Kids Day newspapers in Visalia on Tuesday, March 8, 2016. Thousands of volunteers across the Central Valley sold the papers, which serve as a fundraiser for Valley Children's Hospital.
Watch Visalia students sell Kids Day newspapers
PGA golfer Kevin Chappell has a special connection to Valley Children's
Jeff Tedford on Kids Day and the new season of Fresno State football
Kids Day in Visalia: Volunteers fan out to sell papers
Kids Day on 'Celebrity Corner': Blackstone and Shaw avenues
A properly attired Fresno State student sells Kids Day papers
Student volunteers selling papers for Kids Day
Inside the operating room: Reconstructive thumb surgery at Valley Children's Hospital
First Kids Day cover patient thankful for Valley Children's Hospital
Sundale Elementary Leadership Class open hearts, raise big dollars for Valley Children's Hospital
Renal cyst removal at Valley Children's Hospital
Patient story: Maternal-Fetal Services and newborn surgery
Pro golfer and former Valley Children’s patient Kevin Chappell holds a fundraiser for his Champions for Children’s Oncology Endowment at Fort Washington Country Club in Fresno on Monday, Feb. 5. Donations benefit patient services and programs in Valley Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center.
The Bee talked to Jeff Tedford Tuesday, March 7, 2017, at the corner of Blackstone and Shaw avenues as part of the "celebrity corner" event for Kids Day. He talks about the importance of community service for athletes and the upcoming football season.
High school students are out early Tuesday, March 7, 2017, at Herndon and Fowler avenues in Clovis to sell special-edition Bees for Kids Day. Proceeds go to Valley Children's Hospital. Chris Fisher, a teacher at Gateway High School, talks about his student volunteers.
A centerpiece of the Kids Day fundraiser is "Celebrity Corner," set up each year at Blackstone and Shaw avenues. It was bustling Tuesday morning, March 7, 2017, as coaches, dignitaries and other sold papers to benefit Valley Children's Hospital.
Fresno State student Samantha Sharp wore a giraffe onesie as she sold copies of the Kids Day Bee on Tuesday, March 7, 2017. George the Giraffe is the mascot for Valley Children's Hospital, which will receive proceeds from the fundraiser.
Lisa Trafolla, 16, has a renal cyst removed at Valley Children's Hospital Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017 near Madera, Calif. Advancements in surgery techniques and technology in the last three decades have dramatically decreased potential health problems for patients who now benefit from less invasive surgery. New methods make reduce recovery time, often from days to hours.
When Darsy Caballero was pregnant, she learned that her baby would be born with a serious defect called gastroschisis. Her obstetrician referred her to Valley Children’s Maternal Fetal Center. Watch as Darsy talks about the care she received for her high-risk pregnancy and her baby.
Daniel and Alexandria Escobar talk about their hopes of life returning to normal after the last bout of chemotherapy for son Noah, 2, who is an oncology patient at Valley Children's Hospital. Noah underwent 90 treatments for a rare form of neuroblastoma.
Dr. Robert Scott Appleton talks about how Valley Children's rural clinics, such as Valley Children's Olivewood Specialty Care Center in Merced, play an important part in meeting the needs of patients who live in outlying areas, especially those who lack transportation to the Madera location.
Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Michael Elliott and his patient Jayden Ortiz, 6, of Reedley, talk about the benefits of Ortiz's surgically implanted MAGEC rods at Valley Children's Hospital in Madera. The new technology uses the magnetic growing rods to help correct the curvature in Jayden's spine.