Scene at the stadium: Focus on fitness at 2015 Expo

More than 50 kindergarten through fifth-graders joined the 1.2 mile kids fun run, part of the The 2015 Health and Fitness Expo sponsored by community partners including Verdant Health Commission, the Edmonds Parks and Recreation Department, the Edmonds Public Schools, and Citrine Health
More than 50 kindergarten through fifth-graders joined the 1.2 mile kids fun run during Saturday’s 2015 Health and Fitness Expo at Edmonds District Stadium, sponsored by Verdant Health Commission, City of Edmonds Parks and Recreation, the Edmonds School District, and Citrine Health. (Photos by Larry Vogel)
After a strong start, many fun run participants were flagging at the finish line where they were met by a squad of cheerleaders handing out ribbons and high-fives.
After a strong start, many fun run participants were flagging at the finish line, where they were met by a squad of cheerleaders handing out ribbons and high-fives (below).

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The expo featured scores of health and wellness booths staffed by local businesses, special events including two fun runs, a cheerleading clinic and an obstacle course, and free health screenings.
The expo featured scores of health and wellness booths staffed by local businesses, special events including two fun runs, a cheerleading clinic and an obstacle course, and free health screenings.
Tristan Wong and Alizabeth Webb squared off on the obstacle course where participants race against each other and the clock through complex mazes and hurdles.
Tristan Wong and Alizabeth Webb squared off on the obstacle course, where participants race against each other and the clock while navigating complex mazes and hurdles.
Alex Hernandez of Lynnwood gets in a few kicks and punches with students from Lee's Martial Arts Tae Kwon Do.
Alex Hernandez of Lynnwood gets in a few kicks and punches with students from Lee’s Martial Arts Tae Kwon Do.
 Budding hoop-shooters got the chance to develop their eye-hand coordination on a practice machine.
Budding hoop-shooters got the chance to develop their eye-hand coordination on a practice machine.
 The bicycle rodeo staffed by the Edmonds Bicycle Advocacy Group (EBAG) gave participants the chance to test their ability to maneuver through a complex course.
The bicycle rodeo staffed by the Edmonds Bicycle Advocacy Group (EBAG) gave participants the chance to test their ability to maneuver through a complex course.

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