It’s time for our 6th Annual Stomping Out Type 2 Diabetes event and we hope you will join us at the Tallahassee Museum on April 18th from 8:30-11:30 AM to enjoy a morning of family fun, food, and fitness!
Because data indicates that more than 1/3 of our student population is at risk for developing type 2 diabetes, a disease that can often be controlled and eliminated through proper nutrition and exercise, the Foundation and our premier sponsor, Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare have created this event to bring about community awareness about risks associated with childhood obesity. It's no secret that healthier kids can achieve more academically, socially, and, therefore, have a better chance of remaining healthy for life.
The event gates open at 8:30 AM when we'll have registrations, free shirts, wellness screenings and a Zumba warm up brought to us by Premier Health and Fitness. At 9:00, we'll start our family fun STOMP through the Museum where participants can interact with animal exhibits, engage in fitness activities, take part in our fishing demonstrations, and enjoy Tropical Smoothie Cafe treats at the end of the morning. There will be some fun stage performances, wellness resource tables, and free screenings throughout the morning, so please come take advantage of the Museums' FREE admission.
Parking areas fill up fast, but there is plenty of parking along the entry way of the Museum- a good way to start off your morning of family fun!
Special thanks to our top sponsors for helping us raise dollars to support and develop wellness programs for our public schools:
Super Stompers: Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare and The Tallahassee Museum
Wellness Warriors: First Commerce Credit Union and Premier Health & Fitness
Lifestyle Leaders: Capital Health Plan and The Tallahassee Democrat
Community Changers: Tallahassee Primary Care, Century Link, Comcast, RAM Construction, Gayla Parks STATEFARM, and Prime Meridian Bank
Welcome to the Foundation for Leon County Public Schools
The Foundation for Leon County Schools garners private and public engagement to support Leon County Public Schools. As a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, the Foundation provides our schools with programs and resources that are not supported by tax dollars, to ensure that Leon County remains one of the top performing districts in the state. Since its establishment in 1986, the Foundation has invested more than $1.7 million dollars for the enhancement of public education in Leon County.
Thank you CCB, our 2014 Valedictorian Soiree Sponsor!
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