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The Chattanooga Football Club is launching an online version of its youth soccer program, Operation Get Active, to help kids stay healthy this summer. The program was created in 2016 with an aim to educate youth across Chattanooga about the importance of fitness and nutrition, according to a news release.

Operation Get Active will partner with the City of Chattanooga Youth and Family Development to create weekly soccer videos featuring staff, coaches and CFC players. The organization will give away free soccer balls for kids to use to follow along with the videos at home, the release states. 

Parents can fill out a form at operationgetactive.org/oga-online to request a free soccer ball and free delivery. To follow along online, subscribe to the Operation Get Active YouTube page or the Chattanooga Youth and Family page on Facebook

Visit operationgetactive.org/donate to donate $5 for a child to receive a soccer ball this summer.

Soccer ball pick up locations

Soccer balls will be available for pick up starting June 1st 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the following Youth and Family Development Centers:

- Carver

- Cromwell 

- East Chattanooga 

- John A. Patton 

- Washington Hills 

- Westside 

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