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Students Celebrate Walk-to-School Day in Andover

Andover Students from the Andover Elementary/Middle School walk along the Northern Rail Trail during International Walk-to-School Day on Oct. 3, 2007. Andover Uncle Sam, also known as Charlie Darling, leads kindergarten students along the rail trail to Andover Elementary/Middle School.
andover Officer David Hewitt of the Andover Police Department gives kindergarten students some safety trips during International Walk-to-School Day. andover Healthy eating, combined with an active lifestyle that includes walking or bicycle riding to school, can help reduce childhood overweight and obesity. Kids who participated in the Oct. 3 walk to school were treated to orange wedges when they arrived at school.
Andover Juggling a busy life with healthy eating and exercise habits can be a challenge. Second grade teacher Michael Jensen kept three cartons of orange juice in the air at once. Andover Music teacher Paul Hubert broke out his acoustic 6-string to lead kids in a song at the end of the school assembly celebrating International Walk-to-School Day in Andover.
Andover Kids who participated in the walk to school in Andover crowded into the school gym for a celebration.    

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