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Throughout Kentucky, people are making changes — both big and small — to help kids get active. They recognize that kids need physical activity and that every little bit adds up to improved health and wellness for children — and the state.

“We have to turn this around by creating a new culture where physical activity and good nutrition is the norm. And every level of society is involved in changing the culture — that's how you can change culture...Every sector of society has to be involved.” Dr. Adewale Troutman, former Director of Public Health, Louisville, Ky.

Parents are taking the lead at home, while teachers and administrators are building more physical activity into children’s school days. Faith, business and other community organizations are coming together to develop more physical activity opportunities for everyone.

Read these success stories and get inspired to make change in your home, school or community.