Schools stage Future Lions Family Fitness Night on Feb. 27

Program includes entertainment, music and activities, fitness dance instruction, games and obstacle courses

  • Friday, February 14, 2020 12:05pm
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Calling all future Auburn Mountainview Lions.

Arthur Jacobsen, Hazelwood and Lea Hill elementary schools present the Future Lions Family Fitness Night on Thursday, Feb. 27, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., at Auburn Mountainview High School, 28900 124th Ave. SE.

Participate in a fun night of exercise, laughter and learning. There will be live entertainment, music and activities, including fitness dance instruction, games and obstacle courses.

Organizations and event partners will share information and resources.

Fitness Night participants include Welnet Fitness Tracking; Molen Orthodontics; Auburn Legacy Martial Arts; American Heart Association’s Kids Heart Challege; We Rock the Spectrum Kids Fitness Gym-Federal Way; the Highline Bears Baseball Club; Pioneer Elementary Circus Arts Performance Team; and the American Dairy Council.

Free smoothie and healthy snacks will be provided.

Organizers emphasize that this is a family event, not a dropoff event. Parents, guardians are expected to supervise their own children. All family members are invited to attend.

For more information, contact T.J. Navilio ( at AJ; Andrew Upchurch (Aupchurch at Hazelwood; or Ty Podezwa ( at Lea Hill.

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