Tuesday, May 17, 2016
|Chris Roberts, Keith Scully, Michael Tosch, baby Tosch|
Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Shoreline’s Million Step Challenge at Paramount School Park is at the half way mark with just under 2 million steps walked so far during the month of May.
The event is a partnership between the City of Shoreline and the Ridgecrest Neighborhood Association and challenges the community to walk as many laps as they can to help reach the 2016 goal of 5 million steps walked during the month of May. Along with reaching the community goal, participants compete against each other for some great prizes.
Help us reach our goal by going to Paramount School Park (155th St and 8th Ave NE) and walking some laps around the paved loop path. Track your laps and see how you are doing against the competition.
It’s not too late to get started. Prizes will be awarded at a community potluck taking place Thursday, June 2nd at 6:30pm at the picnic shelter at Paramount School Park
Closing Community Potluck and Awards
Thursday, June 2, 2016, 6:30pm, FREE
Paramount School Park Picnic Shelter, 155th Street and 8th Avenue NE
The whole community is invited to a big potluck to celebrate all our efforts walking to stay healthy. The Ridgecrest Neighborhood Association is sponsoring the event. Prizes will be awarded to top steppers, bring a potluck item to share. Beverages, plates and utensils provided.
Top 3 Steppers Receive:
- Gift Certificate for a 6 session beginners class from Crossfit Amped
- Gift Certificate for cooking class from Fire and Earth Kitchen
- Refillable Water Bottle from North City Water District