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Let’s Move! DeKalb

Mark you Calendars! The 5th Annual Let’s Move! DeKalb Expo is July 25, 2015 at Exchange Park Recreation Center in Decatur Georgia

- Back to School Fitness Fun!

The expo is presented in part, by The Center Helping Obesity In Children End Successfully, Inc. (C.H.O.I.C.E.S.), DeKalb District 3, Commissioner Larry Johnson and the Fulton DeKalb Hospital Authority.  The event will be held Saturday, July 25th at Exchange Park Intergenerational Center in Decatur, Georgia. Last year there were 1,300 parents and children in attendance as compared to 850 attendees the previous year.

Event attendees will experience cooking demonstrations on nutritious afterschool dinners and snacks. They will also learn from nutrition education exhibits and participate in fitness fun for all ages.

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“We are simply ecstatic about the show of support for this most worthy event,” states Vanetta Keyes, C.H.O.I.C.E.S.’ Founder and Executive Director. “It was a beautiful display of the power of collaboration, and we sincerely appreciate the support of The Fulton DeKalb Hospital Authority and Commissioner Larry Johnson. The event would not have been as meaningful and impactful as it was without their support, along with that of our partners, volunteers and donors.”

As planned, this event helped to reinforce DeKalb County’s commitment made in year 2011 to become a Let’s Move! County under the national Let’s Move! Initiative.

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Presenting Partners
C.H.O.I.C.E.S.

DeKalb County Commissioner Larry Johnson

Fulton DeKalb Hospital Authority

Watch this short video from a past Let’s Move! DeKalb Expo

For more info call 678-819-3663
or email
LetsMove@choicesforkids.org

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