Vote for Chef Solus- Let’s Move Contest

Vote for Chef Solus- Let’s Move Contest
Healthy Foods To Eat
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Please vote for us now at Apps for Healthy Kids Challenge- www.appsforhealthykids.com/application-gallery/chef-solus…
Or visit chefsolus.com to learn more

He’s up for Popular Choice Award and voting ends Aug 14 9 AM PST… it takes about 3 minutes, The contest is sponsored by Let’s Move and the USDA

Together we can create a healthier future for all children.Over 2000 schools and 40,000 parents use the games to teach children about eating healthy and being active. If he wins more children and families will discover his fun nutrition games. They are all free and available in English or Spanish.

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Top 10 very important and some funny reasons to vote for Chef Solus now:
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Anahuak Youth Sports Association, The City Project and COFEM use soccer as an organizing tool for students to move more, eat well, stay healthy, do their best in school and in life — and vote!

Anahuak Youth Sports Association, The City Project and COFEM use soccer as an organizing tool for students to move more, eat well, stay healthy, do their best in school and in life — and vote!
Healthy Eating
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Diverse allies organized Copa COFEM at Rio de Los Angeles State Park at Taylor Yard October 29-30. The youth soccer tournament promotes fun, physical activity and healthy eating, and and good citizenship. Civic leaders including Raul Macias and Councilman Ed Reyes urged citizens to vote. Health advocates provided educational programs about physical activi and healthy eating. The City Project engaged, educated and empowered the community to support an equity plan to Save California State Parks for All, and to prevent high speed train from destroying state parks. The benefits and burdens of public resources — including state parks and high speed train — must be distributed fairly for all.

Anahuak Youth Sports Association, The City Project and COFEM use soccer as an organizing tool for students to move more, eat well, stay healthy, do their best in school and in life — and vote!

Anahuak Youth Sports Association, The City Project and COFEM use soccer as an organizing tool for students to move more, eat well, stay healthy, do their best in school and in life — and vote!
Healthy Eating
Image by The City Project
Diverse allies organized Copa COFEM at Rio de Los Angeles State Park at Taylor Yard October 29-30. The youth soccer tournament promotes fun, physical activity and healthy eating, and and good citizenship. Civic leaders including Raul Macias and Councilman Ed Reyes urged citizens to vote. Health advocates provided educational programs about physical activi and healthy eating. The City Project engaged, educated and empowered the community to support an equity plan to Save California State Parks for All, and to prevent high speed train from destroying state parks. The benefits and burdens of public resources — including state parks and high speed train — must be distributed fairly for all.

Anahuak Youth Sports Association, The City Project and COFEM use soccer as an organizing tool for students to move more, eat well, stay healthy, do their best in school and in life — and vote!

Anahuak Youth Sports Association, The City Project and COFEM use soccer as an organizing tool for students to move more, eat well, stay healthy, do their best in school and in life — and vote!
Healthy Eating
Image by The City Project
Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) sponsors Transit to Trails trips with Anahuak and The City Project.

Diverse allies organized Copa COFEM at Rio de Los Angeles State Park at Taylor Yard October 29-30. The youth soccer tournament promotes fun, physical activity and healthy eating, and and good citizenship. Civic leaders including Raul Macias and Councilman Ed Reyes urged citizens to vote. Health advocates provided educational programs about physical activi and healthy eating. The City Project engaged, educated and empowered the community to support an equity plan to Save California State Parks for All, and to prevent high speed train from destroying state parks. The benefits and burdens of public resources — including state parks and high speed train — must be distributed fairly for all.

Anahuak Youth Sports Association, The City Project and COFEM use soccer as an organizing tool for students to move more, eat well, stay healthy, do their best in school and in life — and vote!

Anahuak Youth Sports Association, The City Project and COFEM use soccer as an organizing tool for students to move more, eat well, stay healthy, do their best in school and in life — and vote!
healthy eating
Image by The City Project
Diverse allies organized Copa COFEM at Rio de Los Angeles State Park at Taylor Yard October 29-30. The youth soccer tournament promotes fun, physical activity and healthy eating, and and good citizenship. Civic leaders including Raul Macias and Councilman Ed Reyes urged citizens to vote. Health advocates provided educational programs about physical activi and healthy eating. The City Project engaged, educated and empowered the community to support an equity plan to Save California State Parks for All through an per vehicle fee under Prop 21, and to prevent high speed train from destroying state parks. The benefits and burdens of public resources — including state parks and high speed train — must be distributed fairly for all.

Anahuak Youth Sports Association, The City Project and COFEM use soccer as an organizing tool for students to move more, eat well, stay healthy, do their best in school and in life — and vote!

Anahuak Youth Sports Association, The City Project and COFEM use soccer as an organizing tool for students to move more, eat well, stay healthy, do their best in school and in life — and vote!
healthy eating
Image by The City Project
Diverse allies organized Copa COFEM at Rio de Los Angeles State Park at Taylor Yard October 29-30. The youth soccer tournament promotes fun, physical activity and healthy eating, and and good citizenship. Civic leaders including Raul Macias and Councilman Ed Reyes urged citizens to vote. Health advocates provided educational programs about physical activi and healthy eating. The City Project engaged, educated and empowered the community to support an equity plan to Save California State Parks for All through an per vehicle fee under Prop 21, and to prevent high speed train from destroying state parks. The benefits and burdens of public resources — including state parks and high speed train — must be distributed fairly for all.

Anahuak Youth Sports Association, The City Project and COFEM use soccer as an organizing tool for students to move more, eat well, stay healthy, do their best in school and in life — and vote!

Anahuak Youth Sports Association, The City Project and COFEM use soccer as an organizing tool for students to move more, eat well, stay healthy, do their best in school and in life — and vote!
healthy eating
Image by The City Project
Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) sponsors Transit to Trails trips with Anahuak and The City Project.

Diverse allies organized Copa COFEM at Rio de Los Angeles State Park at Taylor Yard October 29-30. The youth soccer tournament promotes fun, physical activity and healthy eating, and and good citizenship. Civic leaders including Raul Macias and Councilman Ed Reyes urged citizens to vote. Health advocates provided educational programs about physical activi and healthy eating. The City Project engaged, educated and empowered the community to support an equity plan to Save California State Parks for All through an per vehicle fee under Prop 21, and to prevent high speed train from destroying state parks. The benefits and burdens of public resources — including state parks and high speed train — must be distributed fairly for all.

Anahuak Youth Sports Association, The City Project and COFEM use soccer as an organizing tool for students to move more, eat well, stay healthy, do their best in school and in life — and vote!

Anahuak Youth Sports Association, The City Project and COFEM use soccer as an organizing tool for students to move more, eat well, stay healthy, do their best in school and in life — and vote!
healthy eating
Image by The City Project
Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) sponsors Transit to Trails trips with Anahuak and The City Project.

Diverse allies organized Copa COFEM at Rio de Los Angeles State Park at Taylor Yard October 29-30. The youth soccer tournament promotes fun, physical activity and healthy eating, and and good citizenship. Civic leaders including Raul Macias and Councilman Ed Reyes urged citizens to vote. Health advocates provided educational programs about physical activi and healthy eating. The City Project engaged, educated and empowered the community to support an equity plan to Save California State Parks for All through an per vehicle fee under Prop 21, and to prevent high speed train from destroying state parks. The benefits and burdens of public resources — including state parks and high speed train — must be distributed fairly for all.