NORFOLK, Neb.-- An annual fundraising event returned to Norfolk on Saturday morning.

The third annual STOMP Out Epilepsy was back in action at the Fountain Point Medical Community to raise awareness for people who suffer from different forms of epilepsy.

The weather wasn't great during most of the event but the director of the event, Heidi Stevens, said that didn't stop people from coming out and enjoying themselves.

“Everyone is here and they’re actually having a wonderful time inside,” Stevens said.

Stevens added that 27 families will be taking a trip to Disneyland in California.

‘’The National Epilepsy Expos in California and Disney, we didn’t even know that existed, “ Stevens said. “Through the Chelsea Hutchinson Foundation, we’re taking 27 families this year.”

For more information, you can visit STOMPNebraska.org.