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Exercise classes offered for children

Health and fitness students from Alexandria Technical College are teaming up with the YMCA to conduct "Kids in Motion" for children in grades K-6. Participants will experience movement and music, muscles in motion and they'll learn tasty but nutr...

Health and fitness students from Alexandria Technical College are teaming up with the YMCA to conduct "Kids in Motion" for children in grades K-6.

Participants will experience movement and music, muscles in motion and they'll learn tasty but nutritious food choices.

There will be stations where kids will learn fun ways to work out and also have a chance to learn a new sport in a safe setting.

Kids in Motion will take place at Washington Elementary School on the next two Monday evenings, March 30 and April 6 from 6 to 7 p.m. Cost is $10.

To sign up, contact Kate Heydt at the YMCA at (320) 763-9621.

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