Come Ready Nutrition Launches National Goal Games Experience
Promoting a Goal Mentality Among Youth is the Focus of Unique Wellness Event
Pittsburgh's Crons Goal Games Scheduled for Saturday, June 29th
North Hills High School Football Stadium
5325 Perrysville Ave. (Just off Perrysville Ave. Exit of I-279)
9:00 AM - 12 Noon
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Volunteers Promised Rewarding Experience
If you are a coach or teacher in the greater Pittsburgh area, we are looking for enthusiastic individuals to volunteer for this youth empowering event. Please contact either Melissa White (firstname.lastname@example.org), Director of the Crons Goal Games, or Kelsey Birsic (email@example.com) if you are interested in volunteering or have any questions regarding the Crons Goal Games.
CRONS GOAL GAMES 411
What They Are
A series of uniquely motivational and wellness events using a series of mental and physical challenges conducted in a fun and motivational atmosphere to promote fitness and a goal mentality, allowing students to better set, track and achieve their goals in various aspects of their lives.
Crons Goal Games Structure
A series of 14 challenges intended to instruct youngsters about the right mental approach to best set and achieve their goals, immediately reinforced with participation in a fitness activity to show them a practical application of that goal mentality. Event lasts approximately 3 hours.
Crons Goal Games Objective
Giving youngsters a mental edge by introducing them to a mentality that promotes self-confidence, a focus on goal achievment and the persistence to overcome adversity while educating them on how to best set, track and achieve their goals.
The Crons Goal Games are for students in grades K - 6.
Cost to Participate
The Crons Goal Games are free of charge but registration is limited.
2013 Crons Goal Games Cities
High Point, NC
For More Information
Director, Crons Goal Games
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING...
"This is the kind of event that gives my child an advantage. Kids need every advantage that they can get." - Parent
"My favorite event was all of them....there wasn't one that I didn't like." - 6th grade student
"I liked the obstacle courses the best, they were fun." - 2nd grade student
"This is a great event that you have offered for our students, it is really pushing them to do their best in a fun way." Parent
"The kids had a blast!" - Parent
"Even if you impact 1 student you have made a difference and that is why programs like this are important." - School Board Member