New York Giants Play 60 Challenge

New York Giants Play 60 Challenge
The New York Giants and American Heart Association recently adopted Lewis F. Cole Middle School for their annual Play 60 Challenge.  Numerous current and retired Giants players visited the school each week for four weeks from April 22 to May 17, including a community night held at Fort Lee High School on Tuesday, May 7.  The purpose of the Play 60 initiative is to have the Giants players take over the middle school's physical education classes, and encourage the students to get 60 minutes of active play every single day.  Players that visited the students of LFCMS included Saquon Barkley, Sterling Shepard, Evan Engram and Aldrick Rosas and many others.  The N.Y. GIants media production team put this video together to highlight the four weeks spent at LFCMS.

https://www.giants.com/video/giants-host-play-60-event-at-local-middle-school