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Andrew 'Doc' Session claims $1,000 prize for summer fitness

Posted Aug. 18, 2017

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group of smiling children with Mayor Price
Noah Drew, FitWorth director, and Mayor Betsy Price joined summer camp participants at Andrew 'Doc' Session Community Center to celebrate their successes in the Mayor's Summer Challenge.

The participants at Andrew “Doc” Session Community Center won first place in Mayor Betsy Price’s Summer Challenge.

Children enrolled in day camps at Fort Worth community centers joined with FitWorth to participate in the challenge this year. Price encouraged kids to practice healthy habits by tracking their daily physical activity minutes, servings of fruits and vegetables, servings of water and minutes spent reading.

Andrew “Doc” Session Community Center received a check for $1,000 to be used for new physical education equipment to promote an active community. And Price stopped by to celebrate and read the kids a story.

The mission of FitWorth is to empower children and families to make healthier choices through educating, connecting and moving together.

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