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Jump Rope / Hoops for heart

December 6, 2012

  	Pictured above are FCCLA members (L to R) John Gunerman, Alex Schumacher, Christian bos, and Brian Fenske who were in charge of this year’s Jump Rope and Hoops for Heart event. 
 FULDA FREE PRESS/Sheila Crowley
FULDA FREE PRESS/Sheila Crowley
Pictured above are FCCLA members (L to R) John Gunerman, Alex Schumacher, Christian bos, and Brian Fenske who were in charge of this year’s Jump Rope and Hoops for Heart event.
Jump Rope For Heart and Hoops For Heart Help Students Grow!
On Wednesday, November 21, all of the Fulda Elementary students participated in either the Jump Rope for Heart or Hoops for Heart event. Organized by four Fulda High School FCCLA members, the children enjoyed all of the ‘Heart Healthy’ activities. It has been proven that children need 30 minutes of cardio exercise each day. What better way is there to do that than by jumping rope or playing hoops!!!!!!

Jump Rope For Heart and Hoops For Heart Help Students Grow! Children learn the value of community service and become empowered to contribute to their community’s welfare. They also join together in helping other kids with special hearts. By learning these heart-healthy habits, the Fulda students can jump rope or shot hoops by themselves.

The four Fulda FCCLA members, Alex Schmaucher, John Gunderman, Brian Fenske and Christian Bos, used the step by step instructions on scheduling, promoting and conducting the event. They set up four stations around the gym and rotated the students from site to site. They also shared stories about children affected with Heart Disease. The elementary students were given donation packets to use if they wanted to raise donations for a good cause. This event helped protect and improved children’s health!!



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