Send us your Make the Play videos and we’ll send you to Disney on Ice!

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With our Make the Play for Healthy Habits kid contest in full swing, we’re giving away four pairs of tickets to Disney on Ice: Dare to Dream at the Palace of Auburn Hills this weekend to kids making a healthy difference across Michigan.
To enter, visit the Make the Play for Health Habits site and submit your kid’s video answering the question “What would you do to make Michigan healthier? Give us your ideas on how to live a healthy life, starting with you, your family or your classroom.”
Entries received by Thursday, March 14th at 5pm EST will be eligible to win tickets to Friday’s Disney on Ice performances at 11am and 7:30pm EST. Entries received by 2pm on Friday, March 15th will be eligible to win tickets to Disney on Ice on Saturday and Sunday, both at 7:30pm.
We can’t wait to see what your kids are doing to make Michigan healthier! Don’t forget that the overall deadline for the Make the Play contest ends on March 29, 2013. Be sure to get your submission in to be entered to receive a school assembly with Matthew Stafford.
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