8th Annual Field Day offers FREE healthy food and a chance to win $1,000. The community is invited to I’m A Star Foundation’s Let’s Move Jacksonville, sponsored by Farah and Farah. This festival will be held Saturday, December 1, 2018 at Henry J. Klutho Park, located at 204 W. 3rd St, in Springfield. The event is free and open to the public.
I’m A Star servant leaders, ages 13-18, design the event for the entire family. Everyone is invited, from ages 1 to 100. Activities include: kickball, flag football, a cheerleading camp, double-dutch, face painting, line dances, soccer, golf, and more. There will be free, healthy food and lots of vendors. I’m A Star Foundation aims to make Jacksonville the healthiest city in the nation. The non-profit organization is partnering with City of Jacksonville’s JaxParks to encourage families to get out and enjoy the 300+ parks in our community. Jacksonville has the largest park system in North America.
Let’s Move Jacksonville features Klutho Park, a sprawling outdoor space which was once the home of the city’s first zoo in 1914. 100+ years later, I’m A Star Foundation hopes their mission will draw residents from all corners of the city to these central majestic grounds. Attendees are invited to bring picnic blankets, lawn chairs, yoga mats, bicycles or roller blades to enjoy the park.
Families, groups or churches who bring the most attendees will win $1000. In 2010, I’m A Star servant leaders learned from a Youth Behavioral Study that teenagers in Generation Z, or the “iGen”, born between 1995 and 2012, may not outlive their parents because of childhood obesity. In response, I’m A Star servant leaders hosted Let’s Move Jacksonville, an offshoot of former first lady Michelle Obama’s national “Let’s Move” campaign. Similar to truth or dare, I’m A Star teens are challenging you to go into “Beast Mode”, and perform a fitness activity, or “Feast Mode”, and eat something healthy on social media. Tag a friend and use hashtags #BeastModeFeastMode and #LetsMoveJacksonville to join the fun!
ABOUT I’M A STAR FOUNDATION I’m A Star Foundation is a volunteer program that transforms middle and high school students into the next generation of servant leaders. An acronym for “Smart, Talented And Resilient” students, the Foundation draws kids ages 13-18 from schools across Duval County. Students meet on weekends to creatively co-work on solutions to problems affecting their peers. Since its establishment in 2010, the organization has maintained a 100% graduation rate. Founder and Executive Director Betty Seabrook Burney is a former Duval Co. School Board Chairwoman. I’m A Star Foundation students have been featured in various press outlets, including: “Around Town With Ms. “V”, Florida Times-Union, ABC7Chicago and The Huffington Post. For more information, please visit the I’m A Star Foundation website.
I’m A Star Foundation’s “Let’s Move JAX”
8th Annual Field Day
DATE: Saturday, December 1, 2018
TIME: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
LOCATION: Henry J. Klutho Park
204 W. 3rd St.
Jacksonville, FL 32206