London Regional Children’s Museum, Ontario- London

London Regional children's Museum.jpgThe London King and Wellington GoodLife Fitness Club members and staff and Home Office made a passionate commitment to fundraise for GoodLife Kids Foundation during the 2011 Be A Kid’s Superhero Campaign, and their efforts are being recognized with a grant to the London Regional Children’s Museum to revitalize a permanent exhibit that fully engages children in physical activity. 

The London Regional Children’s Museum ‘Street Where You Live’ exhibit has been visited by over one million guests to date, and is a favorite attraction for many families visiting London. The gallery includes a permanent GoodLife Fitness club exhibit that will now be equipped with new workout mats, updated video technology to get kids moving and teach them about healthy food choices, and an interactive piece of exercise equipment to encourage daily physical activity.

This improved space will engage and encourage more than 100,000 visitors annually at the Museum to live active healthy lives.

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On this final day of #NationalVolunteerWeek, we'd like to introduce you to one of our all-stars. Dr. Dick Barter is a force to be reckoned with. An emergency room physician and group fitness instructor, Dick knows the importance of physical activity in children's' lives. He is the man behind #Spin4Kids - the fundraiser started in St. John's, NL and has since inspired others event locations across the country to rally behind our cause. Under Dick's leadership over the years, the St. John's event alone has raised nearly $700,000 and is always a big party! Dick's passion has been key to bringing us to the next level... he truly is a man with a plan 🌟 #NVW2017 #VolunteeringEh? #Gratitude

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