Let's talk kids and physical activity
Thanks to everyone who came out to our in motion Info Session September 25. Turnout was low, but we had a good conversation about the Community Action Process and how Saskatchewan in motion brings communities together to get kids moving more. The session was a chance to learn about the process, meet others who care and learn how you can get involved.
It takes a village - To formally start the process, we need a broad group of local change-makers to help us. If you care about kids and physical activity, get involved, whether you play a formal role or not. We all have a role to play when it comes to getting kids moving more! Please let us know:
- if you'd like to be part of the process (in a small way or a big one)
- if you know someone else that should be involved
About the Community Action Process - We're about getting kids moving more and we work with communities to make that happen. Our Community Action Process brings your community together to come up with a local plan. It gets people thinking beyond the traditional - facilities, parks and programs - to changes that make it safer and easier for kids and families to be active. The result is a practical plan based on local needs.
What's next? Assuming we have enough local support, we'll:
- host follow-up meetings with local volunteers
- start to formulate an agreement with the Town of Rosetown
- gather information to create a profile of your community through interviews and focus groups
Want to know more?
Learn about our Community Action Process.
- Learn more about our Community Action Process.
- See what we're doing in other communities
- Sign up for our email list to make sure you don't miss a thing, including how you can be part of the plan to get Rosetown kids moving more.
Community Chase is in the books!
Thanks to everyone who came out for the in motion Community Chase July 13 in Rosetown! Teams spent the afternoon playing their way through six stations, including tailgate games, Disc Jam, and an obstacle course.
The free event was designed to demonstrate that there are places to play around every corner if you use a little imagination. It was also a chance to introduce Rosetown to Saskatchewan in motion. We work with communities to get local kids moving more and the Community Chase is just the beginning.