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GES, WOP recognized at national awards ceremony

Greenville Elementary School and W.O. Parmer Elementary School were among the 11 Alabama schools recognized nationally by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Rebecca Little, physical education teacher at GES, and Jackie Thornton, principal at W.O. Parmer, had the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. for the Healthy Kids awards ceremony Oct. 2-4. Pictured first row, left to right, Rebecca Little, Greenville Elementary School; Vicki Davis, Highlands Elementary School; Tricia Neura, Trace Crossings Elementary School; Erica Farnham, Gwin Elementary School; and Jackie Thornton, W.O. Parmer Elementary School. Second row, left to right, Dana Depew, Green Valley Elementary School; Courtney Emerson, Deer Valley Elementary School; Rand Payton, Greystone Elementary School; Penny Edwards, Healthy Schools Program Manager; Beth Ulhman Bluff Park Elementary School; Sherita Williams, South Shades Crest Elementary School; and Crystal Littlejohn, Ira. F. Simmons Middle School. (Submitted Photo)

Greenville Elementary School and W.O. Parmer Elementary School were among the 11 Alabama schools recognized nationally by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Rebecca Little, physical education teacher at GES, and Jackie Thornton, principal at W.O. Parmer, had the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. for the Healthy Kids awards ceremony Oct. 2-4. Pictured first row, left to right, Rebecca Little, Greenville Elementary School; Vicki Davis, Highlands Elementary School; Tricia Neura, Trace Crossings Elementary School; Erica Farnham, Gwin Elementary School; and Jackie Thornton, W.O. Parmer Elementary School. Second row, left to right, Dana Depew, Green Valley Elementary School; Courtney Emerson, Deer Valley Elementary School; Rand Payton, Greystone Elementary School; Penny Edwards, Healthy Schools Program Manager; Beth Ulhman Bluff Park Elementary School; Sherita Williams, South Shades Crest Elementary School; and Crystal Littlejohn, Ira. F. Simmons Middle School. (Submitted Photo)

Greenville Elementary School and W.O. Parmer Elementary School were among the 11 Alabama schools recognized nationally by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Rebecca Little, physical education teacher at GES, and Jackie Thornton, principal at W.O. Parmer, had the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. for the Healthy Kids awards ceremony Oct. 2-4.