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Girls on the Run
November 9, 2017

Twenty years ago, in Charlotte, N.C., a young woman began the first Girls On the Run (GOTR) team as an individual effort. But when the program was covered in Runner’s World, a running-focused magazine, the demand for this girls-specific running program exploded. Today, GOTR has more than 200 councils across all 50 states, serving more than 200,000 girls each year.

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UConn Rudd Releases New Report
November 9, 2017

A new report, Food industry self-regulation after 10 years: Progress and opportunities to improve food advertising to children, was released by UConn Rudd Center earlier this week. 

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Open Enrollment 2017
November 9, 2017

NOW OPEN! The Health Insurance Marketplace is Open for Business Nov 1- Dec 15.

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Just Released: Out-of-School Time Toolkit!
November 9, 2017

We are excited to share our newest resource with you! Voices for Healthy Kids is constantly working to provide the best tools to help drive change in communities across the country. 

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November is Complete Streets Month!
November 2, 2017

Smart Growth America has some big news to share! 

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DC Scores
November 2, 2017

In 1994, in Washington, D.C., a former school teacher, Julie Kennedy, began an afterschool soccer program for 15 girls who had little to do after their school days. Kennedy soon realized that the team relationships the girls built on the field translated well to other activities they could pursue during their afterschool time, such as slam poetry and community service. 

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