Commissioner Cupid to make proclamation for Kids Fit
by MDJ staff
April 25, 2014 04:00 AM | 726 views | 1 1 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend | print

The Mableton Day Coalition announced that Commissioner Lisa Cupid will present a proclamation from the Cobb County Board of Commissioners to the Kids Fit Program at Mableton Elementary School.

The presentation will take place at the Mableton Day Community Meeting on April 28 at 7 p.m. at the Mable House Arts Center. The Kids Fit Program was organized by volunteers from the Mableton Elementary School PTA partnering with Cobb & Douglas Public Heath.

This after-school activity helps participating students prepare for the Mableton Day races and raises fitness awareness in the school community.

“We are so excited to have Commissioner Cupid come to Mableton to present the proclamation to the kids,” said Albert McRae, Mableton Day Coalition chairman of Amateur Advocate Association.



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April 29, 2014
My daughter is in the Kids Fit program at Mableton Elementary School, and when I picked her up from school yesterday she says "Daddy, I just realized how to run for a long time without stopping now - - I just need to slow down a little and run the same pace the entire time." I could only smile since I think I have told her that a million times; but thanks to the Kids Fit program at Mableton Elementary School, it has finally sank in! Huge thanks to the organizers of the program at Mableton Elementary.

Thanks Commissioner Cupid for recognizing the program. Albert, thanks for all that you do everywhere in the South Cobb community. Mableton Day is a fantastic event that does a great job of displaying all that the South Cobb community has to offer. See you at the 5K!
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