Go Out and Play Challenge

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**You can now start creating your profiles. Click here for the link.  
 
Click Here to access the FAQ's from the Go Out and Play Challenge website.
 
 Click Here for a copy of the Go Out and Play Challenge Official Rules. 

Rules For Creating an Individual Profile: 
                • Each individual may create only one profile, which includes unique personal information. One profile can be created from a specific computer address and the address will be recorded. You will be required to provide your home address, postal code and phone number in addition to your email address. Saskatchewan in motion will be monitoring all profiles to ensure that individuals do not create duplicate profiles.
  • Children, who are 13 years of age at the start of the Challenge, may create an individual profile to participate in the Challenge.
  • Children under 13 may be part of a family profile. See section 5.
  • Before creating a profile, individuals must read, understand and agree to abide by all the rules and regulations of the 2019 Challenge.
  • Each person can allocate only their personal physical activity minutes, up to 120 minutes a day.
  • Participants do not need to be residents of Saskatchewan or the community where they are allocating their minutes.
  • By creating an individual profile you consent and agree to give Saskatchewan in motion permission to collect and use this personal information to administer the Challenge.
Rules for creating a Family Profile:
  • Each family may create only one profile that will request unique personal information. One family profile can be created from a specific computer address and the address will be recorded. You will be required to provide the number of people in your family, your home address, postal code and phone number in addition to your email address. Saskatchewan in motion will be monitoring all profiles to ensure that individuals and families do not create duplicate profiles.
  • Only a parent or legal guardian can allocate the minutes of physical activity of their child (or children) in a family profile.
  • Children under 13 may be part of a family profile.
  • Saskatchewan in motion recognizes that some older adults do not have access to email therefore families may include up to a maximum of 4 grandparents.
  • Parents and children who are part of a family profile may not create a separate individual profile.
  • To be eligible to create a family profile, individuals must read, understand and agree to abide by all the rules and regulations of the 2019 Challenge.
  • By creating a family profile you consent and agree to give Saskatchewan in motion permission to collect and use this personal information to administer the Challenge.
  • A family can allocate up to 120 minutes of physical activity per day for each family member.
  • Participants do not need to be residents of Saskatchewan or the community where they are allocating their minutes.
 
PILOT BUTTE VYING FOR $10,000 PRIZE

Pilot Butte is registered for the 2019 Saskatchewan Blue Cross Go Out & Play Challenge. The Saskatchewan in motion run challenge offers communities a chance to win $10,000 for a project that gets kids and families out to play. The community that moves most during the 10-day challenge wins the grand prize. We want it to be us! 
 
We need everyone to help us win. We’re counting on residents, friends, neighbours and family members to get moving to win this year’s challenge, March 1 – 10, 2019!

Pilot Butte plans to put the grand prize to good use. Should Pilot Butte win, the money will be put toward the development of a Spray Park.
 
It’s easy to participate and log your physical activity online. Here’s what you need to do every day of the challenge: 

1.Be physically active. Don’t forget walking, active play and chores like shoveling snow! 

2.Log on to the challenge website (challenge.saskatchewaninmotion.ca). Create a personal or family profile. 

3.Log your minutes of physical activity to add to Community Name’s total every day. 

This is the 10th anniversary of the challenge, which is designed to encourage communities to think about the important role they play when it comes to providing opportunities for outdoor play. For more information, rules and regulations visit challenge.saskatchewaninmotion.ca. For great active games, go to Push2Play.ca!
 
 
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