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Girls Only Running Program

Kids' Run Club/Doctors Nova Scotia

Located In Nova Scotia
Areas Served Nova Scotia
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Phone 902-481-4908
Contact Kerry Copeland, Kids’ Run Club Program Coordinator
Description & Services
The Kids’ Run Club is offering a girls-only program for schools at junior and senior high levels. 
Benefits of a girls-only running program 
~ Increased confidence: Increased confidence and comfort in active abilities, translating to increased interest in being active and general self-confidence. 
~ Non-competitive fun: Focused on fun, personal achievement and the non-competitive nature of running which encourages physically activity into adulthood. 
~ Positive body image: An opportunity to address issues such as self-esteem and positive body image that are specific to girls.  
Visit Doctors Nova Scotia's website for more information and great links to the Girls Only Running program.
Eligibility Ages: 11 year(s) - 18 year(s)
Special Information
Established 2013
Tags Annapolis Valley Connect ; Athletics ; Cape Breton Connect ; Fitness ; For women & girls ; Fundy Connect ; Health ; Highland Connect ; Outdoor Recreation ; Racing ; Recreation Categories ; Running ; Schools ; South Shore Connect ; Volunteer Opportunity ; Youth
Categories - General Public Schools ~ Extended Child Care ; Public Schools ~ Girls ; Public Schools ~ Marathons ; Public Schools ~ Running and Jogging ; Public Schools ~ Special Interest Clubs ; Public Schools ~ Volunteer Opportunities ; Public Schools ~ Youth