Weyburn takes up challenge to ‘Go Out and Play’

It’s time to go out and play for a chance to win $10,000 and be crowned the 2019 Go Out & Play champions.

Saskatchewan Blue Cross and Saskatchewan in motion have challenged communities across the province to go out and play. The community with the most minutes of physical activity logged during the 10-day challenge will win the grand prize of $10,000.

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The City of Weyburn has accepted this challenge and all residents are needed to help us win. The City is counting on friends, neighbours and family members to get moving during this year’s challenge, which takes place from March 1 – 10, 2019.

The City of Weyburn plans to put the $10,000 prize to good use by constructing a new outdoor skating rink that will be located in Jubilee Park.

Last year, the community of Kenaston took the lead and won the challenge by logging over 419,650 minutes of physical activity. It’s easy to participate and register your minutes of physical activity online. Here’s what you need to do every dayof the challenge:

1. Be physically active.

2. Log on to the challenge website (challenge.saskatchewaninmotion.ca). Individuals and families can create their profiles.

3. Register your minutes of physical activity from March 1 – 10 to add to the City of Weyburn’s total.

The Go Out & Play Challenge powered by Saskatchewan Blue Crossis designed to get communities working together to make a positive difference and get more kids active outdoors more often.

For more information, rules and regulations visit challenge.saskatchewaninmotion.ca.