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U of M Student-Athletes Visit Meadowview Elementary

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Six standout student athletes from the University of Minnesota - including Farmington's own Kaitlin Mincke - were on scene at Meadowview Elementary on Friday, December 9. The athletes worked with …

Six standout student athletes from the University of Minnesota - including Farmington's own Kaitlin Mincke - were on scene at Meadowview Elementary on Friday, December 9. The athletes worked with students in grades 3, 4 and 5 shared and energetic and interactive presentation with students regarding healthy lifestyles, nutrition, school/sports balance and more.

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  • 1. Gopher student-athletes led a lively “Q and A” with students at grades 3, 4 and 5 at the school
  • 2. Farmington alumni and Gopher track/cross country athlete Kaitlin Mincke was one of the featured students.
  • 3. Gopher student-athletes stressed the importance of balance between sports and school.
  • 4. The gym at Meadowview is a also reminder to students of the benefits of living an active lifestyle.
  • 5. Track athlete Kevin Bradley led an activity to show students how to take their pulse.
  • 6. Students took a resting pulse and then later did 30 seconds of jumping jacks and checked it again.
  • 7. Thanks to the University of Minnesota student-athletes for being a positive role model for Farmington students! Kevin Bradley Mia Tabberson Alyssa Grogan Track - Shoreview, MN Volleyball-Muncie, IN Hockey - Eagan, MNMacKenzie Misel Tori Dixon Joe McCarthy Kaitlin MinckeSoccer -Ankeny, IA Volleyball–Burnsville, MN Meadowview Teacher CC/Track–Farmington, MN