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Project Play 60 gets kids moving after long winter

10:00 AM, Mar. 16, 2014
Packers host Project Play 60
Packers host Project Play 60: The Green Bay Packers hosted Project Play 60 at Lambeau Field on Saturday as a way to help kids get, and stay, active. (March 15, 2014)
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For thousands of kids and their parents the Packers' Project Play 60 event Saturday at Lambeau Field offered a much appreciated outlet of energy.

The free event, designed to get - and keep - kids active, featured inflatables, a climbing wall, bungee trampolines, yoga for families, and other activities designed to help kids live healthy lives.

"They can do touchdown runs, gauntlet runs, they can throw a ball, kick a ball, they can also climb a rock wall and we have a jumping trampoline," said Tim Schroeder, youth football coordinator for the Packers. "I think from the parents' standpoint ...

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