Fire Up Your Feet for families & schools

Date/Time

Oct 1, 2013 to Oct 31, 2013

Description

Fire Up Your Feet, a program of Safe Routes to School, is holding its fall 2013 Activity Challenge for children and their schools.  The program encourages more physical activity for students, staff, and families by offering an online activity tracker with a chance to earn up to $500 for the Minnesota school with the highest level of participation. Additionally, Fire Up Your Feet hosts an online, healthy fundraising program for your PTA or school group as well as free materials, resources, how-to tips, and more to help families and schools walk more, play more, and find the joys of being physical active. Fire Up Your Feet is a free program and open to all Minnesota private or public elementary and middle schools.

Cost

Free

Location

MN

Additional Information

Sponsor

Fire Up Your Feet from Safe Routes to School

Phone

612-306-6482

Contact name

Jill Oldenburg

Contact email

twincitiesregion@fireupyourfeet.org

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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