Previous Gallery: Colorado vs. North TexasNext Gallery: 2003-04 CU in Pictures
CU Athletics celebrated Healthy Kids Day prior to the 2004 spring footbal game in April. Healthy Kids Day allowed CU student-athletes and staff to instruct kids on the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle.
Everyone wants to score, but CU men's basektball players Chris Copeland (left) and Marcus Hall have no problem with the assist to this young Buffaloes fan. Dozens of CU student-athletes volunteered their time to Healthy Kids Day, teaching the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle.
One of the many booths at CU's first Healthy Kids Day celebration at Folsom Field.
These two future quarterbacks are in good hands, posing with sophomore offensive lineman Brian Daniels at Healthy Kids Day.
How high can you go??? Speed-Strength & Conditioning was one of many facets of CU Athletics involved in Healthy Kids Day.
It doesn't matter how you get over the hurdle...Nearly 250 kids participated in the first annual Healthy Kids Day at Folsom Field prior to the 2004 spring football game.
Junior quarterback Joel Klatt visits with fans at Healthy Kids Day prior to the 2004 spring football game.
Soccer drills were one of the many "Fun Stations" set up around Folsom Field on Healthy Kids Day.
Healthy Kids Day
Young Buffs fans participate in stretching exercises with the CU football team during Healthy Kids Day.