Choose Health: Food Fun and Fitness Training for Teens!
May 3, 2014
Newport Middle / High School, 245 North Main Street, Newport, NH 03773
For more information contact Kathleen.Jablonski@unh.edu or 603-787-6944603-787-6944.
The Merrimack County 4-H Healthy Living Team
provides the 411 on 5210 in the 603.
For more information read the article titled: "Study Shows 4-H Youth Healthier than Peers"
3 Steps in the 4-H Healthy Living Challenge
Step 1: Ready, Set, Go…get started. Learn to be healthy and fit. Practice what you learn.
Step 2: Keep Going…reach a daily goal. Eat healthy snacks and meals. Be physically active, get outdoors.
Step 3: Go Public… raise your VOICES for healthy CHOICES. Share your project with your community. Share the challenge at a 4-H event. Celebrate success!
Join The President's Challenge
Start your challenge today…click here for the log.
Be one of the one million Americans to complete the Presidential Active Lifestyle Award (PALA). 4-H is answering this call by setting a goal to have 100,000 4-H members and their families complete their PALA.
How? Log your daily (1 hour youth, 30 minutes adults) physical activity for six weeks, five days a week.
Then? Send your completed log to: Kathy Jablonski, Field Specialist, 3855 Dartmouth College Hwy, Box 5, N. Haverhill, NH 03774
Be recognized! Earn a certificate and a patch, courtesy of the New Hampshire State 4-H Foundation