Steps to Health Kids Club – Bust the Boredom

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N.C. Cooperative Extension in Macon County and Macon County Public Library Partner to Offer Kids Club, a Summer Nutrition and Fitness Program

N.C. Cooperative Extension in Macon County has partnered with the Macon County Public Library to offer ‘Kids Club,” a Steps to Health program developed by NC State Extension. Kim Terrell, Family and Consumer Science Agent, will be leading the classes which are designed to teach youth about nutrition and physical activity in a fun and engaging way through activities and games. Session topics include ways to be active inside and outside, participating in activities to improve heart and bone health, eating more fruits and vegetables, and drinking more water. All participants are awarded a certificate of participation at the completion of the program in addition to a jump rope, recipe, and nutrition activity book. The sessions are 20-30 min in length and are on Thursdays from 11:30–noon. The program will be offered for 8 weeks in the children’s area at the library and begins on Thursday, June 17, 2021. For more information, contact the office at 828-349-2047.

Read more at NC Steps to Health Kids Club.

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