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first_imgThree Georgia high schools will win salad bars for their cafeterias through the Raise the Salad Bar contest. The contest is presented by Dole Food Company, Inc. in partnership with Georgia Lt. Governor Casey Cagle’s Healthy Kids Georgia project and Georgia 4-H.Tackling obesityHealthy Kids Georgia was formed in 2010 to address childhood obesity in the state. By working with educational leaders from across the state, the program teaches children nutritious school lunch options, increased daily physical activity and the importance of healthy living.“Health issues like diabetes, high blood pressure and low self-esteem all have the effect of holding our children back and keeping them from reaching their true potential,” Cagle said. “Georgia’s youths deserve to be given the tools to live a happy and healthy life, and we have the opportunity through our schools to lead by example in teaching our children wellness and proper nutrition.” “Teaching healthy habits and showing young people that fruits and vegetables can be tasty is a key step in maintaining good eating habits in adults,” said Marty Ordman, vice president of marketing and communications for Dole.To win a salad bar for their school, high school students must submit an essay or video on how their school is working to meet Georgia’s health education standards. The deadline is Feb. 3, 2012.For additional contest details, visit www.raisethesaladbar.com. To learn more about Healthy Kids Georgia, visit www.healthykidsgeorgia.org. For more information on Georgia 4-H, visit www.georgia4h.org. In Georgia, childhood obesity has reached an epidemic level, with nearly a quarter of students considered obese by the time they are in third grade. Healthy Kids Georgia was developed to fight this epidemic.Healthy kids become healthy adultslast_img read more

FIFA, CAF, NFF salute Mikel at 33

first_imgRelatedPosts Photos as Asiwaju Tinubu marks 60th birthday with wife Sanwo-Olu celebrates Sen. Tinubu at 60 Pomp, pageantry as Akran of Badagry turns 84 The World football governing body, FIFA, have joined the Confederation of African Football and the Nigeria Football Federation to celebrate former Super Eagles’ captain, John Obi Mikel, on his 33rd birthday.The midfielder, who turned 33 on Wednesday, received congratulatory messages from far and wide. Some of the messages read: “A big birthday shout out to former @NGSuperEagles captain and #AFCON2013 winner, @mikel_john_obi.“Thank you for the memories and do have a good one.”Another also wrote: “Happy Birthday to Nigeria’s retired midfielder John Obi Mikel! 2013 #TotalAFCON winner and three third-place medals winner.”Check revealed that the erstwhile Chelsea FC of England star played 88 times for Nigeria, scoring six goals in 14-year international career between 2005 and 2019.Mikel also assured Nigeria to a bronze medal win in Rio 2016 Olympic Games. He was with Chelsea for 11 years, before moving to China with Tianjin TEDA in 2017.He had also been with with Middlesbrough and Trabzonspor on a free transfer.Mikel is currently on Brazilian clubs radar and may seal a deal with Botafogo or Porto Alegre.Tags: BirthdaycafFIFAJohn Obi MikelNFFlast_img read more

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