United Way’s Extreme Health Weekend

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You are invited to participate in the North State’s first, all-community Extreme Health Weekend organized by the United Way of Northern California! Our goal is to bring the community together in a collaborative effort in the fun of physical activities to educate, inform, increase awareness and encourage participation to improve the health and happiness of North State residents…true health, wellness, and fitness for all ages.

On October 1 & 2, 2011, Extreme Health Weekend will occur along Lake Redding Park, Caldwell Park, Sacramento River Trail, Elks Club complex, Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Sundial Bridge, and Shasta and Keswick Dam areas. People of all ages may participate in nutrition and physical fitness activities including walking, running, biking, dancing, workshops and so much more.

We will attempt to gain the Guinness World Record for most participants in a 60-minute Zumba class! Our goal is for 2,050 men, women and children to participate. You and your organization can be a part of this exciting World Record experience!

If you have any questions about the Extreme Health Weekend or would like sponsorship information, please e-mail ronlargent@norcalunitedway.org or call 530-241-7521.

What: Extreme Health Weekend
When: Sat-Sun, Oct. 1-2, 2011
Where: Lake Redding Park, Redding, CA 96003

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