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Rudolph charter school gets $1,000 to promote fitness

12:16 PM, Mar. 14, 2013  |  Comments
Brennan Kieffer, from left, Kevin Mlodik, Garrett Junemann, Teagan Wiskerchen, Nathan Krommenakker, and Kirby Houston pose with a replica of the $1,000 check THINK Academy, Rudolph, received for help implement healthy nutrition and physical activity through the Fuel Up to Play 60 initiative.
Brennan Kieffer, from left, Kevin Mlodik, Garrett Junemann, Teagan Wiskerchen, Nathan Krommenakker, and Kirby Houston pose with a replica of the $1,000 check THINK Academy, Rudolph, received for help implement healthy nutrition and physical activity through the Fuel Up to Play 60 initiative.
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The National Dairy Council's Fuel Up to Play 60 initiative awarded THINK Academy, Rudolph, $1,000 to help the school promote and sustain healthy nutrition and physical activity, according to a news release provided by Kevin Mlodik, a physical education and health instructor at the school.

THINK Academy staff members plan to use the money to implement new and healthy after-school snacks and purchase new equipment for physical fitness programs.

More than 70,000 schools are participating in the initiative, according to the news release. Funds provide support for food-service materials, taste-testing supplies, nutrition and physical education equipment.

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