By Curtis Morton
Following the successful launch of the Dancercise session held at the Villa grounds on Tuesday 17th April, the Youth and Sports Department is planning another major activity.
Curtis Morton Jr and Tishawna Perkins, took time out in a recent interview to first of all speak about the Dancercise sessions and then about the next big activity which is a scavenger hunt
They explained that the dancercise idea came about as they planned the activities for youth month which focused on the United Nations 17 Sustainable development goals and specifically focused on SDG number three which speaks to health and wellness.
They came up with the idea of an exercise class but wanted to make it more fun and so the idea of exercising to music-DANCERCIZE came about.
They took time out to thank Facilitator Desiree Parry and Ecstasy Sounds for their significant contributions.
The next dancercise session is set for the Villa grounds on Tuesday 24th April and all are invited.
The big event, the scavenger hunt takes place on Sunday 29th April and commences at the Villa grounds at 3 pm. This will also focus on SDG number 3.
Twelve teams comprising of six persons per team will solve relevant riddles in order to advance to certain key points.
The grand climax will be at the Fit Park where the two top teams will engage in the obstacle course to determine the overall winner.
The winning team will get a whopping $1,000.00.
Teams can register prior to April 25th at the Youth and Sports department. There is no registration fee.
The age group is in the range of 10 to 29 years for participants.