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Stress Free Golf Event For Kids Scheduled for April 5

by on April 05, 2014 10:45 AM

Recreation, Park and Tourism Management students in RPTM 356, in collaboration with the Penn State Golf Courses, are offering a free golf event for children, called "Stress Free to the Tee."

The event is for children ages five through 10, and their parent or guardian, from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 5 at the Penn State Golf Courses.

Since April is Stress Awareness Month, "Stress Free to the Tee" is aimed to promote the health benefits that golf and other activities have on the mind and body.

Yoga, muscle relaxation and other stress management techniques will be interwoven throughout the program. Activities include contests, games, arts and crafts, golf cart tours and prizes. Refreshments will be provided.

"Stress Free to the Tee" will be held at the Penn State Golf Courses, 1523 W. College Ave. in State College. Pre-registration is required and the event is limited to the first 30 junior golfers and their parent or guardian.

You can pre-register at www.stressfreetothetee.weebly.com or contact the event team at stressfreetothetee@gmail.com.

All of the Event Planners have had a PA Police Background Check, obtained a PA Child Abuse History Clearance and are graduates of the Penn State's Building A Safe Penn State Mandated Reporter Training.

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