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Schools challenged to get active

Do you think your school has what it takes to be the province's most active?

Innovative Fitness is challenging B.C. schools to prove it. The fitness company – including its South Surrey branch – is looking for 25 B.C. schools to take part in its 60 Minutes Kids' Club, which aims to get youngsters at least an hour of exercise per day.

Schools that sign up for the program will have access to a website, which will allow participants to share stories, get information on proper nutrition and fitness and more.

For more on the program, email matt@innovativefitness.com

 

 

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