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The sun shined brightly the morning of July 23 over the massive greenery of the Rolling Oaks Parks in Miami Gardens. In one corner of the park stood a 28 feet tall rock-climbing wall. Another section of the park bore 10 oversized human hamster balls eagerly awaiting enthusiastic participants. From the bike obstacle course to the hula-hoop station to the sack race obstacle course, the scene was set for the
Zoe wrote an article for the South Florida Times! It published on July 30, 2016, on the Front Cover of the Metro Section. FITNESS, FUN AND BLACK GIRL MAGIC AT INAUGURAL GIRL FIT EDITOR’S NOTE: Nine year old Zoe A. Terry is the founder of Zoe’s Dolls. By Zoe A. Terry Special to South Florida Times MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. –The Zoe’s Doll’s Girl Fit Experience sponsored by The City of
Zoe and Nakia featured in the Miami Herald newspaper on July 26, 2016. Zoe’s Dolls hosts fitness program for brown girls in Miami-Dade North Miami 9-year-old Zoe Terry, the founder and CEO of Zoe’s Dolls, and her mom, Nakia Bowling, share smiles during Zoe’s Dolls’ first Girl Fit Experience on Saturday, July 23, 2016 at Rolling Oaks Park in Miami Gardens. MARSHA HALPER email@example.com BY ADRIANNE RICHARDSON firstname.lastname@example.org Zoe Terry suffered
A Beautiful Image is a Healthy Image The Black girl’s image in strong, powerful, courageous, unique and beautiful but it should also be healthy. Zoe Terry, the CEO of Zoe’s Dolls stated, “Being healthy is just as important as being on fleek.” She wanted to start a fitness program to encourage Black girls “to eat better and get active.” “It’s not about being skinny. It’s about making sure the body