100 Miles, 100 Days - Randolph County

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Description

Join your community in participating in the 100 Miles 100 Days program! MU Extension is challenging you use the 100 days of Summer --from June 14 to September 22-- and get active each day to total 100 miles! You can walk the dog, run, rollerblade, bike, swim, kayak, hike, or whatever you like to do to get to an equivalent of 100 miles by the end of Summer. 

Our main focus is to impact the youth that are out of school for the summer. We know that once you are not having to go to P.E. class or track practice or marching band, youth tend to stay indoors for the summer. We want to change that, combat youth obesity rates, get people acquainted with the active options the city/parks and rec provide, lessen screen time, and create conversations among family and community. It is also a great way to get parents/grandparents involved to model and set good examples of the importance of activity and increase bonding time among families. We want to see people of all ages out in the community being active! 

Participants will receive a record keeping form, a t-shirt to wear as they get active, prizes along the way at certain milestones and a goody bag if they complete their 100 miles!

Cost: Free

Contact: Candace Rodman, [email protected], 660-269-9656

Partners:
Randolph County Health Department
Little Dixie Regional Library- Moberly
Moberly Parks and Rec
County Bank
Building Communities for Better Health
McKeown Farm and Lawn
Edward Jones- Tim Seidel
American Family Insurance- Joe Kruse Agency
Kiwanis Moberly 

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