Congratulations to the #MIKidsCan Play like a Lion Winners!

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Hundreds of Michigan kids have been getting healthy and staying active this summer as part of the #MIKidsCan Play like a Lion Challenge. More than 300 children registered for the contest, which called on kids to pledge to complete four, weekly health challenges throughout July.
The kids spent the month, with the support of their parents and guardians, learning how to play, eat, throw and sleep like their favorite Detroit Lions players, including daily throwing challenges and getting active for at least 60 minutes a day.
The winners will join Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Roary and members of the Lions youth programming staff for on-field activities and a VIP player meet-and-greet Aug. 13 at Ford Field.

Congratulations to the #MIKidsCan Play like a Lion Challenge Winners!

Congratulations to our challenge winners and to all of the kids who made the pledge to Play like a Lion! Be sure to check out for the latest information on kids health and future chances to win fun prizes!
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