SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — More than 200 children converged on Stoneman Stadium, here, to meet and play with National Football League All-Star football players and cheerleaders, Jan. 27, during the NFL’s Play 60 Challenge. Players and cheerleaders ran football and cheerleading clinics, while the Chicago Bears’ mascot, Staley da Bear, and the Baltimore Ravens’ Poe, led warm-ups and kept spectators and volunteers entertained. The NFL and the American Heart Association teamed up to create the NFL Play 60 Challenge — a movement for an active and healthy generation that encourages kids to play for 60 minutes every day to tackle childhood obesity. Read more about NFL Play60 at www.hawaiiarmyweekly.com/news/2011/2/3/nfl-play-60-kids-p... ( www.hawaiiarmyweekly.com/news/2011/2/3/nfl-play-60-kids-p… ) .
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