Orioles Participate in Annual Health and Fitness Challenge

RocketKids Article

Last week, as part of the annual Orioles Health & Fitness Challenge, Orioles pitchers Danny Coulombe and Jonathan Heasley joined the Oriole Bird to visit Oak Park School, a district center school that provides educational and therapeutic services to over 300 students with disabilities. Students participated in various fitness activities with Coulombe and Heasley, rotating through circuits where they practiced hitting, throwing, and balancing. The five-week Orioles Health & Fitness Challenge is offered each year in 10 Sarasota County schools for approximately 4,500 students in grades six through eight. Participating students earned an Orioles Health & Fitness t-shirt, and two free tickets to the Orioles’ Spring Training game on February 24. Participants also receive vouchers for complimentary concessions at the Orioles Fit Grill at Ed Smith Stadium. For more information about the challenge, visit Orioles.com/Fitness.

 

« View The Thursday Feb 29, 2024 SRQ Daily Edition
« Back To SRQ Daily Archive

Read More

Announcing the Youth Summer Music Intensive: July 15-19

Announcing the Youth Summer Music Intensive: July 15-19

Apr 11, 2024

Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota Announces Winners of its Statewide Piano Competition

Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota Announces Winners of its Statewide Piano Competition

Apr 11, 2024

Renowned Entrepreneur Joe Ricketts to Deliver 2024 Commencement Address at New College

Renowned Entrepreneur Joe Ricketts to Deliver 2024 Commencement Address at New College

Apr 9, 2024

Gregory Outlines Plans as Next SCF President

Gregory Outlines Plans as Next SCF President

Jacob Ogles | Apr 8, 2024