CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A program that promotes healthy eating and physical activity for young children is expanding its reach in New Hampshire.
The CATCH Kids Club Program is an after-school, summer and community recreation program led by the Foundation for Healthy Communities. More than 80 after-school and camp sites in New Hampshire use it as their physical activity and nutrition curriculum, and five more sites have been added this summer in Barrington, Concord, Hinsdale, Keene and Manchester.
As part of a pilot program, the sites will get sports equipment, training, support and tools to evaluate existing policies.
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