By Catherine Duncombe
Green River Parks and Rec. 

Notes from Town Square: play together and stay together


What are your priorities?

Most people would say their family is at the very top of their priority list. If that’s true for you, how about trying a new quality activity to bring your family closer?

Studies show that a family that plays together stays together. Becoming active as a family and making physical activities a part of your everyday life can form positive lifelong habits for you and your children. If parents encourage outside play before dinner time or suggest a bike ride after dinner, it becomes the active norm in the family. This creates good habits in your children for a l...

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