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Hubbard Heights wins Mayor's FitWorth Challenge

Posted March 16, 2017

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Mayor Betsy Price celebrates Hubbard Heights Elementary's success in the FitWorth Mayor's Challenge along with the school's spirit squad.

Fort Worth ISD’s Hubbard Heights Elementary won the FitWorth Mayor’s Challenge.

Mayor Betsy Price challenged schools to increase and track their daily activity. Hubbard Heights had the most active minutes, so they received $1,000 to spend on new physical education equipment.

At a ceremony at the school, FitWorth also acknowledged Oncor’s continued support of FitWorth.

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