Kids -- and even some adults -- were bouncing in the Sloan Convention Center today.
It was "Inflatable City," and it benefitted the "Save Our Kids Coalition," which educates children and the community about the harmful effects of drugs.
The woman who coordinated the event has a personal reason to be passionate about its mission.
"My daughter had an incident with synthetic marijuana and it was pretty traumatic for our family, but she's great now. But in the process of all that happening, I was trying to get something done about synthetic marijuana and that's when I hooked up with the 'Save Our Kids Coalition,'" said Amy Stillwell, the youth coordinator for "Save Our Kids."
She said about 400 kids showed up.
It's the third year for the event, and Stillwell said more people show up each year.