Farm Bureau Insurance agent Rick Eder recently sponsored a health and wellness program at South Meadow Elementary called ACES (All Children Exercise Simultaneously).
“As a Farm Bureau Agent, I’m invested in the success of Chelsea’s community,” said Eder in a press release.
“By sponsoring a physical activity event at South Meadows Elementary and getting active with the students, I’m able to serve Chelsea in a different capacity. Moving every day is important to my health, the students’ health and the health of our community, and ACES Day gives me the opportunity to support healthy behaviors.”
Each May, millions of school children exercise simultaneously to celebrate fitness and physical activity. This non-competitive program has proven to be educational, motivational and fun.
ACES has reached children all over the world, promoting health and wellness in more than 50 countries, and ACES Day activities in Michigan are sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance and coordinated by the Michigan Fitness Foundation.
Michigan holds the record for most students participating in the U.S. and has nearly 350,000 students from 1,000 schools involved this year.
Farm Bureau Insurance has partnered with MFF on ACES Day for 16 consecutive years.