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Money to be used for decaying track at Middletown Middle School

December 25, 2011

MIDDLETOWN, Md. — Middletown Middle School won a $10,000 award through a contest sponsored by the “Henkel Helps” program, which promotes youth fitness and helps combat childhood obesity.  

The winning schools submitted nominations answering the question, “What would your school do with $10,000 to improve youth fitness?”

Middletown, which competed against thousands of other schools to win the national contest, will use the money toward the cost of repairing its 60 year-old decaying track that is used by students and the community.

 To see the school’s winning video essay, go to www.henkelhelps.com/MeetTheWinners.aspx#.

To learn more about the Henkel Helps Get Kids Fit contest and winners, go to www.HenkelHelps.com.

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