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EPRD Healthy Living Newsletter for June 2017

Get Your Play On During Park & Rec Month!
This July, discover the power of play with Evergreen Park & Recreation District (EPRD) as we celebrate Park and Recreation Month. A variety of fun activities are planned for residents of all ages and abilities - including outdoor concerts, free fitness classes, a scavenger hunt, a trail race, and a big community appreciation party!
Some highlights:
July Park & Rec Month Calendar
Resolution from EPRD Board
How Many Ways Do You Play?
100 Things To Do Before You’re 12
Park & Rec Coloring Sheet
Park & Rec Crossword
Park & Rec Word Search
Visit for more information. Now, go play!    HEALTHY EATINGRethink Your Drink Iced mocha lattes and fruit smoothies are tempting and delicious, but for optimal health and weight control, water is your best friend.  HEALTHY BODY Stay Fit at Evergreen Lake From SUP Bootcamp and Yoga, to open-water swimming, to boating, use Evergreen Lake to stay fit this summer. HEALTHY PLANET Let'…

1st annual Stand Up Paddleboard Race on Evergreen Lake

Evergreen Park & Recreation District (EPRD) presents the 1st annual Stand Up Paddleboard Race on Evergreen Lake on Saturday, on July 15th from 7-9 AM. Please join us!
Age Divisions Competitors will compete in four coed age divisions: 

Adult 18-39 - $40 registration
Adult 40-59 - $40 registration
Senior 60 and up - $40 registration
Youth 13-17 - $25 registration
Race CourseCompetitors will take loops around the 40-acre lake, with youth traveling 250 yards, adults 1,000 yards and seniors 750 yards. All competitors must be standing; no kneeling. All competitors must wear personal flotation devices.
PrizesThere will be a trophy for with the 1st through 3rd place winners in each division. 
BoardsPaddleboards will be supplied by EPRD. Private boards will not be allowed. 
RegisterSign up online at
About Evergreen LakeEvergreen Lake is a 40-acre lake in the mountain community of Evergreen, CO, located about half an hour from Denver. It is owned by the City and County of …

Correale, Erholtz win Elk Meadow 10K and 5K

Kevin Correale and Matt Buzas battled neck-and-neck in the final stretch of the Elk Meadow 10K Trail Race on Saturday, with Correale edging Buzas by one heartbreaking second as he crossed the finish line in 49 minutes and 13 seconds. Buzas’ time was 49:14.
Finishing third was Amanda Sullivan, the first woman, who ran the challenging course in 50:19. The race was one of two races put on by Evergreen Park & Recreation District (EPRD) on Saturday to kick off the 2017 Evergreen Trail Racing Series.
In the 5K, Brandy Erholtz ran away from the crowd to finish more than seven minutes before her closest competitor in 21 minutes and 39 seconds.
Drew Bolin was the second finisher and first male, running 28:06.
About 80 people ran the two races.
The Elk Meadow events were the first of five races on challenging mountainous terrain in and around Evergreen. Distances range from a 5K to an epic half-marathon (13.1 miles) to the top of Bergen Peak.
The other races in the Evergreen Trail Racing …