Red Wings’ Assembly Program Skates into Royal Oak

Keller Elementary students get an interactive lesson on exercise and healthy eating from the Detroit Red Wings.

Keller Elementary was seeing red Thursday afternoon as the Red Wings School Assembly Program skated into Royal Oak to introduce kids to the sport of hockey and encourage an active and healthy lifestyle.

During the Keller visit, the school assembly team opened the program with a lesson on exercise and healthy eating tips, followed by a fun face-off between teachers and students during a hockey shootout competition.

The school received two full sets of floor hockey equipment complete with hockey sticks and goalie nets courtesy of the Detroit Red Wings Foundation, as well as a Red Wings folder and a Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan keepsake magnet that lists five fun afterschool activities.

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