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GIRLS ON THE RUN

Collaborative FdL program builds self-esteem

1:40 PM, Feb. 1, 2013
Riverside Elementary School Girls on the Run participants, from left, are Karalynn Winston, fifth grade; Aunaleigh Smith, fourth grade, Terriana Lucas-Lefeber, fourth grade; Tamika Straley, fifth grade; Stormy Escalante, fifth grade; Quistis Smith, fifth grade; Isabel Gottinger, third grade; and Aaliyah Pirtle, fourth grade.
Riverside Elementary School Girls on the Run participants, from left, are Karalynn Winston, fifth grade; Aunaleigh Smith, fourth grade, Terriana Lucas-Lefeber, fourth grade; Tamika Straley, fifth grade; Stormy Escalante, fifth grade; Quistis Smith, fifth grade; Isabel Gottinger, third grade; and Aaliyah Pirtle, fourth grade.
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Girls in Fond du Lac are running for more than just fitness.

A new program for girls age 8 through 13 has proved life-changing for nine students chosen for the pilot program.

Kim Blick, a Fond du Lac School District guidance counselor and Girls on the Run coach and coordinator, said the objective is to empower girls at an early age to prevent at-risk activities in the future. ...

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