Kids teach kids about nutrition & exercise at Dr Pepper Ballpark on Saturday

Not to worry; tasty though it may be, the teen chefs won’t be pouring Dr Pepper as a health beverage at the Saturday event. That’s just part of the Rough Riders stadium name.

OK, now that we have THAT out of the way, here’s the scoop (no, not of ice cream). From 11 a.m. till 2 p.m. at the stadium in Frisco, kids can nosh on healthy snacks made by culinary students at North Texas high schools, plus frolic on the NFL PLAY 60 obstacle course provided by The Cooper Institute. 

It’s all free, btw.

“Kids teaching kids (quoting from the well-written press release here) is a program created by Medical City Children’s Hospital to fight childhood obesity. High school culinary students from ten north Texas school districts create healthy snacks for elementary aged children, and teach them how to eat healthy and read nutrition labels,:

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