This just in….

> MONDAY DEADLINE FOR /FIT FOR BLOOMSDAY/ SIGN-UP
> Schools Have Until January 23rd to Enter
>
> January 20, 2012—Elementary schools in Eastern Washington and North
> Idaho have until Monday to sign up for the /Fit for Bloomsday…Fit for
> Life/ youth fitness program. After the entry deadline, over 60 schools
> are expected to have signed up, with nearly 6,000 kids participating in
> the ten-week running and walking program.
>
> “We’ve already heard from nearly 50 schools in the region,” said
> Bloomsday Race Director Don Kardong, “and over 5,000 kids are expected
> to participate at those schools. That’s a great start to this year’s
> program.”
>
> /Fit For Bloomsday…Fit For Life/—dubbed /Fit For Bloomsday/ for
> short—was developed by Bloomsday volunteers in cooperation with PE
> instructors, coaches and parents in the Spokane area. The Lilac
> Bloomsday Association provides information, materials, structure and
> incentives for the 8-10 week program, which is administered by school
> personnel and volunteers at participating schools. Now in its 26th year,
> the program prepares kids to run or walk Bloomsday while teaching them
> the importance of fitness, nutrition and safety.
>
> Schools can sign up for Fit for Bloomsday by downloading an application
> form from Bloomsday’s web site (www.bloomsdayrun.org) and returning it
> to the Bloomsday office by January 23rd. Kids and adults who want to
> sign-up for the 36th annual Lilac Bloomsday Run can register online now
> at www.bloomsdayrun.org.
>
> MONDAY DEADLINE FOR /FIT FOR BLOOMSDAY/ SIGN-UP
> Schools Have Until January 23rd to Enter
>
> January 20, 2012—Elementary schools in Eastern Washington and North
> Idaho have until Monday to sign up for the /Fit for Bloomsday…Fit for
> Life/ youth fitness program. After the entry deadline, over 60 schools
> are expected to have signed up, with nearly 6,000 kids participating in
> the ten-week running and walking program.
>
> “We’ve already heard from nearly 50 schools in the region,” said
> Bloomsday Race Director Don Kardong, “and over 5,000 kids are expected
> to participate at those schools. That’s a great start to this year’s
> program.”
>
> /Fit For Bloomsday…Fit For Life/—dubbed /Fit For Bloomsday/ for
> short—was developed by Bloomsday volunteers in cooperation with PE
> instructors, coaches and parents in the Spokane area. The Lilac
> Bloomsday Association provides information, materials, structure and
> incentives for the 8-10 week program, which is administered by school
> personnel and volunteers at participating schools. Now in its 26th year,
> the program prepares kids to run or walk Bloomsday while teaching them
> the importance of fitness, nutrition and safety.
>
> Schools can sign up for Fit for Bloomsday by downloading an application
> form from Bloomsday’s web site (www.bloomsdayrun.org) and returning it
> to the Bloomsday office by January 23rd. Kids and adults who want to
> sign-up for the 36th annual Lilac Bloomsday Run can register online now
> at www.bloomsdayrun.org.
>