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Friday Round-Up: Tre Flowers Visits Two Elementary Schools To Promote Healthy Lifestyles

Seahawks cornerback Tre Flowers visited elementary schools in both Utah and Idaho to speak to students about living a healthy lifestyle.


Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Friday, May 17 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

Healthy Living With Tre Flowers

The students of both Canyon Elementary School and Harold B. Lee Elementary School were in for a treat (no pun intended) when Seahawks cornerback Tre Flowers came to visit. Flowers teamed up with Dairy West and the National Football League to visit both of the elementary schools located in Utah and Idaho to speak to students about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.


The Seahawks cornerback first visited Canyon in Spanish Fork, Utah on May 8 and spoke to the school's 550 students about the value of healthy eating and getting physical exercise every day.

On May 16, he made his way to Harold B. Lee in Dayton, Idaho, giving a similar presentation in addition to conducting a Q&A session and officiating a student relay race.


The two schools were awarded the visit as a result of their outstanding participation in the national Fuel Up to Play 60 program. The program was founded by the National Dairy Council and the Nation Football League in collaboration with the USDA.

Dairy West awarded multiple grants to schools across the region to help them sustain healthy nutrition and physical activity improvements. Hundreds of schools across the nation applied for the funding and Canyon and Harold B. Lee were two of the schools to be selected.

Flowers has become the 'go-to-guy' for Fuel Up to Play 60 visits, as he visited a local high school in Seatac, Washington back in February. He mentioned at the Idaho elementary school that he never had anything like this growing up and he wants to give to the people who support him.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Seahawks defensive end Jacob Martin, as he posted a few photos from his visit to the Bellevue Boys and Girls Club.

More From Around The Web

Bob Condotta at The Seattle Times also writes his version of a mailbag-style article.

John Clayton also from 710 ESPN Seattle dives deep into what the team ‘truly’ got after trading away DE Frank Clark.

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