Research Firm Alpha Genesis Sponsors Community Children’s Event

United States, South Carolina, Yemassee – 07-11-2019 ( — Summer in the Low Country  is all about having fun and enjoying experiences. At the July 13 International Children’s Day Celebration in the Town of Yemassee, South Carolina, sponsored in part by local research firm Alpha Genesis, the event is guaranteed to be a memorable one!

There will be arts and crafts, workshops and numerous activities including face painting, jumping castle, photo booth, and music provided by Jus Luv Music. This is a day for everyone in the community to come out, celebrate the children of the Low Country, and have a great time!

“Children are the future of the Community. The International Children’s Day celebration at Harold Peeples Athletic Park will be a very happy day for the amazing people in the Yemassee area. The event will offer a wide variety of fun activities so everyone can have a wonderful time. I am proud our Yemassee connections and pleased to co-sponsor such an important event”, according to Greg Westergaard, CEO of Alpha Genesis.

Parking is free, too!

The July 13 event starts at 11AM., with arts and crafts, entertainment, face painting and snacks, and the fun lasts until 2 PM.

International Children’s Day is a day recognized to celebrate children throughout the world. Come celebrate the children of the Low Country this weekend and enjoy the good times!

About Alpha Genesis

Alpha Genesis is a leading life sciences CRO headquartered in Yemassee, South Carolina. The Company provides primates and primate research services worldwide. With a mission to improve health and improve lives, Alpha Genesis delivers world-class solutions to the human health community. To learn more about Alpha Genesis, visit and to learn more about the AGI Primate Research Center, visit

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