Annual fitness expo helps kids get moving

Kids can get a move on and get their moves on at the third annual free Youth Fitness Expo today at McCollum Park.

Sports, health and fitness vendors, along with the Boys &Girls Club, the YMCA, the Everett Aquasox and the Girl Scouts of Western Washington will be at the park from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Special events include Leukemia and Lymphoma Society BMX Race for Life on the track at noon (registration begins at 10 a.m.) and School of Rock, 7-year-old singer Ariyanna, Taekwondo Team and Zumba class on the stage.

Check the website, www.youth-fitness-expo.com, for more information about events.

McCollum Park is at 600 128th St. SE, Everett.

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