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Healthy Hometown Creates Walk Track at AES

Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently completed a project at Albany Elementary School to encourage more physical fitness activity among AES students.  A 1/8 mile gravel walk track has been created in the front lawn at AES and is available for all students to use.  On May 10, 2017, Healthy Hometown sponsored a Walk-a-Thon for 2nd grade students at AES to break in the track.  All students who completed 8 laps around the track, walking one mile, received t-shirts. 

Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently added a 1/8 mile gravel walk track to the front law at AES to encourage more physical fitness activity among students. 

Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently added a 1/8 mile gravel walk track to the front law at AES to encourage more physical fitness activity among students. 

Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently added a 1/8 mile gravel walk track to the front law at AES to encourage more physical fitness activity among students. 

Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently added a 1/8 mile gravel walk track to the front law at AES to encourage more physical fitness activity among students. 

Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently added a 1/8 mile gravel walk track to the front law at AES to encourage more physical fitness activity among students. 

Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently added a 1/8 mile gravel walk track to the front law at AES to encourage more physical fitness activity among students. 

Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently added a 1/8 mile gravel walk track to the front law at AES to encourage more physical fitness activity among students. 

Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently added a 1/8 mile gravel walk track to the front law at AES to encourage more physical fitness activity among students. 

Clinton County Healthy Hometown recently added a 1/8 mile gravel walk track to the front law at AES to encourage more physical fitness activity among students. 





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