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MHFC recognizes healthy workplaces and schools

Friday, September 13, 2019 by Tai Moses

Thirty-five workplaces and 101 schools will be recognized by the Mayor’s Health & Fitness Council for their comprehensive wellness programs and school health efforts. Mayor Steve Adler and the MHFC will also present the first-ever Neighborhood Health Champion Award to, according to the press release, “an individual making a positive impact on their neighborhood’s health.” The awards include six Mayor’s Healthiest Workplace Award winners and four Mayor’s Healthiest School Award winners. The awards will be announced at a ceremony at City Hall on Friday morning. The press release explains that the “awards and certifications highlight organizations that have implemented best practices to create workplace or school environments that promote health and well-being.” Friday, Sept. 13, 9-11 a.m., at Austin City Hall.

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