INTERVIEW: Parents prep for extra time after dropping kids off for school

Karla Hudson, the health and wellness director at the Cooper YMCA, joined Channel 8 News Wednesday morning to talk about ways parents can stay active with their extra time. 

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — Kids aren’t the only ones affected when they head back to school in the next couple of weeks.

Parents now find themselves with more time after dropping off their children. Karla Hudson, the health and wellness director at the Cooper YMCA, joined Channel 8 News Wednesday morning to talk about ways parents can stay active with their extra time.

Watch the full interview at the video link.

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