Governor issues Executive Order 1992-5, creating the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness, Health and Sports with Dr. Vern Seefeldt named as first Council chair.
Michigan Fitness Foundation (MFF) incorporates as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit to serve as the fiscal home of the Governor’s Council, supported by $1,000,000 from the Healthy Michigan Fund.
Vern Seefeldt Lifetime Achievement Award 1995–1998 presented for the first time.
The Event Endorsement Program launches, highlighting physical activity events throughout Michigan.
Statewide awards presentation created to honor communities, healthy workplaces, amateur sports awards, physical activity programs, and exemplary physical education programs (commonly referred to as the Governor’s Fitness Awards).
EPECTM introduced at third, fourth, and fifth grades.
Michigan Governor’s Council named State Council of the Year by the National Association for Governor’s Councils on Physical Fitness and Sports.
EPECTM receives the Award for Excellence in Prevention Research and Research Translation in Chronic Disease (given by CDC). Nominated by Jean Chabut, Deputy Director, the Michigan Department of Community Health.
MFF begins physical activity and nutrition programming with the Food Stamp Program in partnership with the Michigan Department of Human Services.
National Oberstar Award for Safe Routes to School presented to the Michigan Department of Transportation, the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness, Health and Sports, and the Michigan Fitness Foundation.
MFF became a State Implementing Agency for SNAP Nutrition Education (SNAP-Ed) in partnership with the Michigan Department of Human Services (now the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.)
MFF receives the John A. Seeley Friend of Evaluation Award from the Michigan Association of Evaluators.