Thursday, February 2, 2017

John Underwood - Life of an Athlete Program Feb. 20th 6pm

We are excited to announce that John Underwood will present a program for middle school, high school and college students, parents and anyone interested in pursuing a healthy lifestyle!  The two hour program will begin at 6:00pm on February 20th in the high school Auditorium. This program is free and everyone is invited!

Many of you know that Chadron High School began a Cardinals Committed club to promote healthy lifestyle choices including: chemical health, nutrition, sleep and character. The components of Cardinals Committed are based on the principles of John Underwood's Life of an Athlete.  Several years ago, several of our coaches and a couple of students attended John's training in Lake Placid, NY. Since that time he has presented in Chadron two different times for our students and staff.

I highly recommend anyone interested in living a healthy lifestyle to join us for this opportunity!
~Mr. Mack

"Lifestyle Matters: The Body and Brain Connection"

Who should attend?
Students, Parents and any concerned individual who wants to learn more.

February 20, 2017
Auditorium @ Chadron High School

John Underwood is the Director/Founder of the American Athletic Institute and a former NCAA All-American, International-level distance runner and World Masters Champion, is an internationally recognized human performance expert, specializing in chemical health, recovery, peak training and lifestyle impact on mental and physical performance. John will share the most recent and impacting brain science studies on social drug use and the effect on the developing brain.

For more information, please contact Monument Prevention Coalition at (308)635-6162, or

This project is supported in whole or part by Grant #93.242 under the Strategic Prevention Framework Partnerships for Success Grant for the Substance Abuse & Mental Health Service Administration Center for Substance Abuse Prevention through the Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services, and by Region 1 Behavioral Health Advisory.