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July 7, 2006
Media Advisory - Get Your Move On…in the Water
  
Deputy Mayor Sandra Bussin will launch the Get Your Move On…in the Water event this Sunday, July 9 at 11 a.m. at Monarch Park Pool. The event promotes wet, cool and safe ways to be active in the heat of the summer. The Deputy Mayor will be joined by Barbara Byers of The Lifesaving Society, and the society’s mascot, Buddy the Dog, for a Swim to Survive demonstration by 30 children on the importance of water safety.

Get Your Move on…in the Water is one of many events held across the city encouraging residents to get active and to build a culture that promotes physical activity all year round.

Date: Sunday, July 9
Time: 11 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
Location: Monarch Park Pool, 115 Felstead Ave.

Photos will be available online at http://www.toronto.ca/health/getyourmoveon.htm.


The Get Your Move On campaign, chaired by Mayor David Miller, includes partners in health, recreation, education and business. The campaign was launched two years ago in response to a call to action by Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health to make Toronto a more physically active and healthier city. Toronto Public Health, Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation and the YMCA of Greater Toronto are the Get Your Move On partners who have organized this event.

Swimming is an easy way to get active this summer at one of the YMCA pools, the City of Toronto’s 131 pools, or one of the City’s 10 beaches.


Weekend media contacts:

Toronto Public Health
Barbara Hansen
416-990-4915

YMCA
Catriona Girotti
647-668-1138

Weekday media contact:

Toronto Public Health
Rishma Govani
416-338-7974


 

 

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