Cardston Elementary Tiki Hut: The vision of the Tiki Hut sprang from a student generated action plan stemming from the 2010 Healthy Active Schools Leadership Symposium (HASS) in Lethbridge, Alberta. The students' goal was to replace unhealthy food items sold at lunch with healthy alternatives. The school principal purchased vita-mix-blenders and the Tiki Hut was born. The purpose of this manual is to provide schools with information that the Cardston Elementary student leadership committee found useful during the formation of the Tiki Hut. The majority of the recipes have been adapted from various home smoothie recipes. As you proceed to set up your own smoothie shops, please take a look at the various check lists located in this manual. It is the hope of the smoothie focus group that this document will meet the needs of most schools wishing to facilitate student leadership smoothie shops in their schools. Smoothie Equipment List, Student and Administration Surveys: p. 11-13
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Canadian Parks and Recreation Association Healthy Eating in Recreation Settings: a resource developed to help integrate healthy eating into recreation setting and services, especially as they relate to children in low-income families.
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A Comprehensive Approach to Implementing a Healthy Eating Strategy at the Nova Scotia 55+ Games: A Presentation delivered by Thrive Nova Scotia at the Canadian Sport for Life 2016 National Summit.