UnitedHealthcare and Florida 4-H to Promote Healthy, Active Lifestyles at State Capitol with Fun Interactive Activities

4-H youth to join Dr. Health E. Hound for fun, healthy group activities and exercises designed to burn calories and promote health

4-H Youth Health Ambassadors trained through UnitedHealthcare and 4-H “Eat4-Health” partnership will share fun exercise tips and easy recipes with more than 400 4-H youth

UnitedHealthcare mascot Dr. Health E. Hound along with hundreds of 4-H youth participated in fun, healthy exercises at the annual 4-H Day at the Capitol. Throughout the day 4-H Youth Health Ambassadors, trained through the UnitedHealthcare and 4-H "Eat4-Health" partnership, led workshops on healthy living and demonstrations on how to make healthy snacks and participate in fun healthy activities. More than 400 4-H youth and adults, participated in 4-H Day at the Capitol, making their own healthy trail mix, participating in activities like the Hula Hoop challenge, "Go, Slow Whoa!" parachute games, while learning the importance of serving sizes and maintaining active lifestyles. (Photo credit: Dawn McKinstry Photography)

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla.--()--Florida 4-H youth from across the state came together for the annual 4-H Day at the Capitol to share the importance of eating healthy and exercising as part of the UnitedHealthcare and Florida 4-H “Eat4-Health” partnership. During the lunchtime assembly, 4-H youth leaders joined UnitedHealthcare mascot Dr. Health E. Hound motivating participants to be healthy-lifestyle ambassadors.

Throughout the day 4-H Youth Health Ambassadors, trained through the UnitedHealthcare and 4-H “Eat4-Health” partnership, led workshops on healthy living and demonstrations on how to make healthy snacks, as well as fun and easy exercise activities. More than 400 4-H youth and adults, participated in 4-H Day at the Capitol, making their own healthy trail mix, participating in activities like “Go, Slow Whoa!” parachute games, and learning the importance of serving sizes to maintaining active lifestyles.

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UnitedHealthcare
Molly McMillen, 612-353-7778
molly.mcmillen@uhc.com

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UnitedHealthcare
Molly McMillen, 612-353-7778
molly.mcmillen@uhc.com