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School is about to end, so let the hiking begin! Beginning the week of Tuesday, June 11, the Passport Outdoor Program (P.0.P.) will begin its 5th year! All Stanly County public, private and home-school students who were 4th or 5th graders during the 2018-19 school year are invited to attend this FREE outdoor summer program. The Passport Outdoor Program, P.O.P., will be hosted at Morrow Mountain State Park and sponsored by Atrium Health Stanly and the Stanly Health Foundation.
Daniel Harkey, Passport to Health instructor, will lead P.O.P. as participants explore the hiking trail system at Morrow Mountain State Park, putting their health lessons into action. All participants will be divided into 3 groups based on which school they attend. Each group will have the opportunity to hike once a week over a 7-week series. On your participants assigned day they will meet from 9 a.m. until noon to enjoy a fun and challenging hike. Trail-side snacks, water, and lunch will be provided FREE for all participants. PLEASE NOTICE that participants are not required to hike all 7 hikes; you can participant in accordance to what works for your family's summer schedule. Your participants schedule will be emailed. If email is not an option for your family other arrangements will be made for delivering your schedule. Parents and guardians are not required to participant with their children, but we do encourage parents and guardians to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to spend time with their children in the outdoors. Younger and older siblings are welcome to attend as well. Participants younger than 4th grade will be required to have an adult hike with them. Trail-side snacks, water, and lunch will be provided FREE to parents/guardians/siblings who participant.
There is no cost for participation, but registration is required FOR ALL participants including parents/guardians/siblings.
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