Fitness event gets kids moving

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Pictured from left in back are U.S. Army recruiters from Northfield Staff Sgt. Matt Breder, Staff Sgt. Justin Steele both of Mays Landing, Pleasantville residents Kyle Lockett, Vivian Lockett. In front are Kaitlynn Breder with 2-year-old daughter Zoey, both of Mays Landing, and Private Hernandez Darlig, at the second annual Family and Community Health and Fitness Challenge sponsored by K-Loc Healthy Kids Play 60 and Nike on Saturday, June 23.

PLEASANTVILLE – The second annual Family and Community Health and Fitness Challenge sponsored by K-Loc Healthy Kids Play 60 and Nike was held at the Max Manning Complex in Pleasantville on Saturday, June 23.

The all-day fitness event is part of the NFL Play 60 initiative to get kids more engaged in physical activity and also part of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move Campaign. The free event was taped to send to Mrs. Obama, according to event organizers.
Egg Harbor Township residents Angie Carranza, 15, left, and Mishell Thiam and her son Jelani, 9, front participate in the second annual Family and Community Health and Fitness Challenge sponsored by K-Loc Healthy Kids Play 60 and Nike in Pleasantville on Saturday, June 23. Jelani was the winner of the golf competition. The speed and agility course was the favorite event of 12-year-old Pleasantville resident David Samuel. Cape May residents Destiny Hicks, 15, Ranice Whittaker, and 8-month-old Kairo Lockett participate in the second annual Family and Community Health and Fitness Challenge.


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