The UM-Flint programs' upcoming lineup includes Rankin Elementary, Durant Tuuri-Mott Elementary, Dailey Elementary and Tucker Elementary, Mason Elementary and Cook Elementary, and with the finale at the Flint Public Library.
The team was formed last year with students from the Genesee Early College (GEC). This year, around 20 students from the high school, located on the UM-Flint campus, are participating.
The central idea of Pedaling for Parkinson’s is that physical activity, if increased beyond a patient’s normal routine, can add to quality of life and reduce some motor symptoms associated with Parkinson’s Disease.
Seven University of Michigan-Flint students took home ADDYs at the recentAmerican Advertising Federation of Greater Flint awards ceremony.