CATCH Healthy Habits in Tucson
CATCH Healthy Habits is a unique intergenerational physical activity and nutrition program that benefits two generations - kids and adults. The program combats the serious public health problem of obesity by engaging mature adults as mentors to teach healthy lifelong habits to kids in grades K - 5.
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You can help. Become a CATCH Healthy Habits volunteer!
You can help combat obesity in children grades K-5. CATCH Healthy Habits is seeking active adult volunteers as mentors in a series of twelve one-hour sessions, in area summer and after-school programs. Each session includes a healthy snack, an interactive nutrition lesson, and fun games and exercises.
As a volunteer, you can promote healthy habits for kids and also gain that experience for yourself!
Spring 2014 Sites:
Lineweaver Elementary School, 461 S. Bryant Avenue (Broadway & Columbus)
Marshall Elementary School, 9066 E. 29th Street (29th & Harrison)
Holmes Tuttle Clubhouse, 2585 E. 36th Street (36th & Country Club)
Steve Daru Clubhouse, 1375 N. El Rio Drive (Speedway & Silverbell)
Santa Rosa Branch Library, 1075 S. 10th Avenue (22nd St. & 10th Ave.)
To learn more, contact Laura Balis, Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 520-305-3414 to sign up for training or for more information. Come join the fun and make a difference for children in our community!