Saturday, May 5, 2012

In Maryland, Adventist church competing in government health contest

An Adventist church in Maryland is competing in a government health contest.

The Filipino Capitol Seventh-day Adventist Church is currently in 22nd place with a little over 500 votes (as of writing).

The first place overall winner and the popular vote winner will each win a $1,000 travel stipend, gets to go to a Let's Move! event, and present their video. The other top seven scoring groups will each get an honorable mention and get to attend a Let's Move! event.

You can vote for them here. You vote once every day. Voting closes on May 11. The winner will be announced on June 30.

The Let’s Move! Communities on the Move Video Challenge is sponsored by the USDA. According to Guide Magazine, Let's Move! is a campaign by first lady Michelle Obama to get kids to be healthier.

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