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 Greendale Playground Challenge Passport 2018

 

Be a Super Kid! 

Check out the new Greendale Playground Challenge Passport for summer 2018.  This year’s challenge is an activity based challenge, sure to get you moving! 

 

Stop by Greendale’s 12 parks between May 28th and September 3rd.  Follow the challenge instructions and complete the passport. 

 

Turn in your completed passport to the Greendale Health Department by September 7th to be eligible for a prize drawing. Greendale Playground Challenge Passports are available at the Greendale Health Department and Greendale Park & Rec.   

 

                  Greendale Playground Challenge Passport 2018 - Be a Super Kid!

 







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Bike Decorating & Summer Safety Fest!

 

 

 

Hosted by KitschëCoo Unique Gifts & Classes and Greendale Health Departmet
Tuesday, July 3 at 4 PM - 6 PM


The Greendale Health Department & KitscheCoo Unique Gifts & Classes are teaming up for a fun event in the GHD parking lot, on Parking St. in the Village of Greendale, on July 3rd from 4pm-6pm. The Greendale Health Department wants to make sure you are riding safely this summer and with the help of Safe Kids Southeast Wisconsin & Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin...they are offering $10 helmets with a FREE helmet fitting! Come decorate your bicycle for the 4th of July parade! Streamers, ribbons & other supplies will be provided, but please bring any materials you may have/want to share with other decorators! We will be accepting donations for St. Al’s food pantry, so if you have any non-perishable food items that you are not using, please feel free to bring them along! In return, you will receive raffle tickets. Roots Salon will be raffling off a cut/color/mani/pedi package as well as handing out $20 promotional cards for attendees to come back into roots and get their hair done at a later date! HELMET HAIR- DON'T CARE. Tuvizo: Niche Specialists in High Visibility and Reflective Gear for all outdoor adventure has donated wearable, effective yet simple high vis gear as a raffle prize. (http://tuvizo.com/) **Be a safe bicyclist this summer by using a properly-fitted helmet. Bike helmets can reduce head injuries by 85% and brain injury by 88%. Adults and children can receive a bike helmet fitting and helmet by appointment. A donation of $10 is requested to sustain the program. Call The Greendale Health Department at 414-423-2110 for more information.

 
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