'Stay in SHAPE' contest for students launches in Ga. | Events
ATLANTA (WTOC) - The state of Georgia wants to help children stay in shape across the Peach State with a "Stay In Shape" fitness contest.
In this contest, students will share how they move and stay in shape, and they could win some cool prizes.
The "Stay In Shape" fitness contest is part of the Governor's shape initiative, a statewide program merging governmental, philanthropic and academic and business communities to address childhood obesity. Students can simply capture what they do and send it to Georgia SHAPE. They can make a video, perform an original song or even snap a cool action photo.
The contest is open to any Georgia student from kindergarten to the 12th grade. To enter, students will need to send an email describing the way they or their friends Stay in SHAPE to contest@GeorgiaSHAPE.org. Make sure to include an attachment or a link of their project.
The contest ends on Sept. 10, 2012.
Winners will join Governor Nathan Deal on the field before the Atlanta Falcons vs. Carolina Panthers game on Sept. 30 and will receive two tickets to the game along with a Polar Active fitness watch.
Visit www.GeorgiaSHAPE.org/contest for detailed contest rules.
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