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Kids Living Healthy

Kids Living Healthy is a wellness initiative designed by Granville Health System to encourage students and their families to live healthy lifestyles. Students are challenged to select themes such as nutrition, exercise or other ways to stay healthy and illustrate their ideas through individual pieces of art.

      Wilton Elementary Students Illustrate How They Are “Living Healthy”
The contest included 3 levels of participation: kindergarten and first grade, second and third grades, and fourth and fifth grades. A number of prizes were awarded through this program, including certificates, ribbons, and gift cards. Winners were announced during the open house gallery showing for students, their families and the community at South Granville Medical Center. 
 
         
   

  South Granville Primary Care promotes children’s wellness through Kids Living Healthy Art Contest at Butner-Stem Elementary School
The contest included 4 levels of participation: pre-K and kindergarten, first grade, second and third grades, and fourth and fifth grades. A number of prizes were awarded through this program, including certificates, ribbons and savings bonds. Winners were announced during the open house gallery showing for students, their families and the community at South Granville Primary Care.
 
         
 

  Stovall-Shaw Elementary Students illustrate how they are “Living Healthy”
Winners were announced and prizes were awarded during the open house gallery showing for students, their families and the community at Stovall Medical Center. An estimated 500 people were in attendance for the open house gallery. Artwork covered most of the hallways throughout the medical center. Family members posed for photos next to their favorite submissions as students proudly pointed out both their creations, and those of their classmates.