Register your daughter for a program that aims to help increase her self esteem, joy, confidence and physical activity while making healthy life choices: Girls on the Run of Coastal Georgia.
Girls on the Run is an empowerment program for girls in grades 3 – 8 which weaves running with a character development curriculum that encourages preteen girls to develop self-respect and healthy lifestyles.
Girls on the Run of Coastal Georgia after-school program
Aug. 29-Nov. 15 2016
GOTR 5K on Nov.12 in Savannah
Register online here or email or call email@example.com 912.349.1528
Girls on the Run of Coastal Georgia programs are delivered in the spring and fall each year at 50 different sites. Teams – each consisting of up to 20 girls – meet twice a week, usually right after school, for 90 minutes and are led by three trained coaches.
Lessons include subjects such as emotional health, values, cooperation, strategies for peer pressure, social media and bullying and standing up for oneself. The program finishes with a celebration event that includes a community 5k run/walk.
Girls on the Run of Coastal Georgia program will begin the week of Aug. 29 and run through November 15 following the Girls on the Run 5K on Nov. 12. Registration is currently open online or through paper registration forms available at the GOTR Office on Eisenhower Drive.
Sign up to coach
GOTR is always looking for community volunteers to work with the girls. All volunteers will have background checks, CPR and AED Certification and first aid training at our expense. GOTR provides thorough training for all coaches covering the logistics of the program, general tips about coaching, and the program’s curriculum.
You may register your girl or volunteer to coach through at www.girlsontherun-ga.org, email Director Beth Aldrich at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 912.349.1528 for more information.
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