Minnesota’s Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Ambassador alumnus Kylie Kasprick is keeping up the good work in encouraging others to live a healthy lifestyle. She was recently honored with a Certificate of Excellence from the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, and a President’s Volunteer Service Award granted by the program on behalf of President Barack Obama.
In addition to her great work as an ambassador for Fuel Up to Play 60, which included speaking engagements at schools and education conferences, TV appearances, and leadership round tables with top CEOs, Kylie was honored for her 4H volunteer work. She presented her work at 4H clubs at the Hennepin County Fair and the Minnesota State Fair. She was nominated for the award by Hennepin County 4H Program Coordinator Amie Mondl.
While Kylie’s official time as a Fuel Up to Play 60 student ambassador has ended, she continues make a difference by being an active member of the wellness team at her school, Osseo Jr. High. She also writes for The Huddle, Fuel Up to Play 60’s national student blog. Most recently she served as a junior broadcaster on “Vikings Huddle,” a show created in partnership with the Minnesota Vikings for kids on the importance of healthy eating and staying active.
To read more about Kylie and her recent awards, click here.
To learn more about becoming a Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Ambassador, click here.