Detroit Red Wings Foundation
promotes good health at Akiva.
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Below: Red Wings
representative Jim Biewer
of St. Clair Shores signs
autographs for students.
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Above: Teacher Red Roetter
of Oak Park is brought up by
his students to participate in
a hockey "shootout." It was a
students verses teachers exercise.
Below: Red Wings
representative John Guerreno
of Saginaw asks 5-year-old
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hockey trivia question.
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Above: 5-year-old Micah Adler
came dressed for the occasion.
Next to him is 5-year-old Matthew
n Dec. 6, the students in
grades K-8 at Akiva Hebrew
Day School in Southfield
gathered in the gymnasium for an
assembly presented by the Detroit Red
Wings Foundation and Blue Cross
Blue Shield of Michigan. These groups
have partnered to bring the Red Wings
School Assembly Program to 100
elementary schools during the 2011-12
season. This is the second year the two
organizations have partnered on this
During the visit, three coaches
had the kids cheering, shouting and
having fun as they were learning the
message about the importance of
exercise and healthy eating tips. Trivia
questions about the Wings were asked
with each student answering cor-
rectly receiving a set of hockey cards.
Students participated in relay races,
but the highlight of the program was
a fun face-off between teachers and
students during a hockey shootout
competition; teachers won 4-3!
As a result of this partnership,
Akiva received two full sets of floor
hockey equipment complete with
hockey sticks and goalie nets courtesy
of the Detroit Red Wings Foundation.
Each student received a Red Wings
folder and a Blue Cross Blue Shield of
Michigan keepsake magnet that lists
fun after-school activities that stu-
dents can do at home. Rick Kaczander,
athletic director at Akiva Hebrew Day
School, discovered this program after
receiving an email via his network of
other physical education teachers. He
said the students really benefited from
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