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Under Armour Donates Athletic Apparel to Native Clubs

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina recently received donations from Under Armour! Under Armour sent a generous amount of athletic apparel including shirts, shoes, pants, and more for the youth to enjoy. When seeing the pile of Under Armour packages, the youth were thrilled and could not wait to see what was inside. As different items were handed out and youth were able to take the apparel they were given home with them, the gratitude they and their parents felt was apparent. Donations like these will encourage the youth to stay active and healthy in their new apparel. The youth at the Club expressed how thankful they were for their new Under Armour apparel.

Pictured here are some of the youth of First Nation Boys & Girls Club receiving their gifts from Under Armour with grateful attitudes and smiles!


Move, Move, Move: Keeping Activity during Winter Months

Winter is not quite over yet, and for many of us spending an extended period of time outside is not an option. Needless to say, our Club kids have a lot of energy to burn. What can we do to get moving them moving with limited indoor space? The Alliance for a Healthier Generation’s Sean Brock, National Physical Activity/Education Advisor, created a list of strategies to keep kids moving even when temperatures drop below freezing. We added a few details along the way to keep these tips adaptable to your Club!

Here are key points to keep your Club kids active:

Be creative… with your equipment. Fancy equipment is not needed to keep your Club kids active. Search YouTube to find new yoga moves for kids or use objects you have around the Club to make a new game. Creating new games will not only promote activity, but also encourage recycling!

Be creative… with space! You don’t have to have a gymnasium to keep activities going when the weather is dampening your plans. Use hallways or classrooms to set up relays and obstacle courses.

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