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Image: Jon Peterson surprises second graders in their taste testing component It's Fun 2 Try Healthy Foods.
Cattaraugus Little Valley Superintendant, Jon Peterson surprises second grade students participating in Univera Healthcare's Fun 2B Fit® initiative. The children were participants in the taste testing component "It's Fun 2 Try Healthy Foods".
"On behalf of the entire Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School I would like to thank Univera Healthcare for your part in a great initiative for our kids. I was able to participate in the last healthy foods sampler and it was great to witness our kids actively involved with eating healthy snacks. I hope that what they learned and experienced in school will translate into making healthier food choices at home." - Jon Peterson, Superintendant
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Image: Rob Ray visited the Elma Primary School to talk with second graders about the importance of making healthy food choices.
Rob Ray visited the Elma Primary School to talk with second graders about the importance of making healthy food choices as part of Univera Healthcare's Fun 2B Fit program.
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Erie County Executive Chris Collins proclaimed today Univera Healthcare Fun 2B Fit. Day. He presented Univera Healthcare President, Art Wingerter with the proclamation during a Fun 2B Fit school group tour at Wegmans Food Markets in Williamsville.
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Image: Grace Reilley makes a healthy smoothie with her parents Mike and Cindy
Grace Reilley, 8, of Clarence makes a healthy smoothie with her parents Mike and Cindy as part of 'family time' in their household of nine. Grace actually broke the blender from making so many smoothies...but her parents weren't upset--they were proud of her for making such a healthy snack!
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Image: Ben Foster, first grade student at Errick Road Elementary School
Ben Foster, first grade student at Errick Road Elementary School, takes a healthy bite of the Fun 2B Fit mac & cheese that was offered on his school lunch line.
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Image: Sue, Brian and Eric Cornell (left to right)
Sue Cornell gets some help from her sons Brian and Eric (left to right) in stocking the fridge with healthy groceries. Sue volunteered at Eric's school to make some of the kid-friendly healthy recipes as part of the Fun 2B Fit taste testing.
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Image: Virginia McAuliffe and Mike Barone
Virginia McAuliffe accepts an Excalibur Award from local Public Relations Society of America chapter president, Mike Barone, for Fun 2B Fit publicity. Olivia Belter of Univera Healthcare received two Excalibur Awards for Fun 2B Fit as well.
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Image: Duncan Allan
Duncan Allan of Cayuga Heights Elementary participated in Fun 2B Fit and as a result, uses his Univera backpack for his gym clothes. Duncan's family uses the Fun 2B Fit grocery pad to remind them to purchase healthy staple items when they shop.
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Image: Karen Ignagni and Mary Lee Campbell-Wisley
Karen Ignagni (left), president and CEO of America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) presents Mary Lee Campbell-Wisley, regional president of Univera Healthcare with the Community Leadership Award for the Fun 2B Fit healthy lifestyle program.
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Image: Heritage Heights
Third grade students at Heritage Heights Elementary School in Amherst pose with their favorite healthy item from the Fun 2B Fit tool kit.
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Image: Lisa Missert and Adam
Lisa Missert and her son Adam of Grand Island prepare a healthy meal together. Adam participated in all three components of the Fun 2B Fit program and is still interested in eating healthy and staying active.
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Image: Willow Ridge and Tasty Trail Mix
Willow Ridge students pose with their cups of Tasty Trail Mix as part of the Fun 2B Fit pilot.
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Image: Willow Ridge Second Grader
A Willow Ridge second grader samples the Very Veggie Eggy Casserole as part of the Fun 2B Fit taste testing.
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Image: Community Charter third graders
Community Charter School third graders walk like an Egyptian as they play the Music Memory game during their Fun 2B Fit workout led by a fitness trainer.
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Olivia Belter of Univera Healthcare receives a proclamation from the Niagara County Legislature for the Fun 2B Fit program.
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Image: Wales Primary third graders
Wales Primary third graders show their enthusiasm about Fun 2B Fit with fitness trainer and Fun 2B Fit partner Sandy Mannella of Body Shaping By Sandy.
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Image: Errick Road students
Errick Road students learn about dairy products at Wegmans during the Eat Well. Live Well. fourth grade tour which is offered as part of the Fun 2B Fit program.
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Image: Kenmore Tonawanda students
Kenmore-Tonawanda students listen closely as Wegmans staff explain the nutritional value of products found in their produce department as part of their Eat Well. Live Well. tours offered to fourth graders in Fun 2B Fit.
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Image: Roosevelt fourth graders
Roosevelt fourth graders take the inaugural bus ride to Wegmans for the 'Eat Well. Live Well.' tour as part of Univera Healthcare's Fun 2B Fit program. Senator Mary Lou Rath awarded Univera Healthcare $10,000 to help subsidize the transportation for the tour. Pictured back row from left to right, Ann McCarthy of Wegmans, Senator Rath, Mary Lee Campbell-Wisley of Univera Healthcare and Mary Ellen Burris of Wegmans.
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Image: Brooks family
The Brooks family of Elma has made a tradition out of the Fun 2B Fit program: After one of the boys participated in the program, the Thursday night family meal is now prepared by the two young Brooks bothers...with a little help from their parents.
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