Did you know on average the children of today are exposed to 30 minutes of sunlight per day? Chasing Destiny’s Kelly Rowland is known from her life in Houston, Tx. The singer’s roots lead all the way back to Atlanta, Ga. Last week, the songstress engaged with the Boys & Girls Club Atlanta and you could tell he felt right at home, as she joined in their outdoor activities.
Kelly is an all around humanitarian, as she serves as the national spokesperson for the Boys & Girls Club of America and collaborates with Claritin to help renovate the playground for the Salvation Army’s Boys & Girls Club of Atlanta at the Bellwood Club on the westside of Atlanta.
It was also the perfect opportunity for Rowland and the innovators of Claritin to promote the outdoors and demonstrate how Vitamin D from the UV sun rays help to counter the effect of allergies. Kelly and the innovators of Claritin have the makeover of outdoor spaces at Clubs in three cities across the country, including Atlanta.
The angelic Rowland, whose love for kids is genuine, spoke to them about the importance of outdoor activities and being the best they can be. Afterwards, she and the kids took to the new playground and engaged in activities in the renovated field behind the Boys & Girls Club.
Dr. Jonathan Field, the clinical allergist and member of the Claritin C.L.E.A.R. Council, made the trip from New York to Atlanta for the event coordinated by Stephanie Ross of Edelman. Field was there to elucidate the need for children to spend more time outdoors to counteract the allergies, as well as how seasonal allergy irritations and symptoms can be easily managed with Claritin.
(Source: Atlanta Daily World)