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Health matters By Logan Krum -January 17, 2018

  

GEORGE WASHINGTON STUDENTS FORM PHITPHILLY, AN OUTREACH ORGANIZATION HOPING TO MAKE THE COMMUNITY HEALTHIER.

 

Feeling fit: PhitPhilly is a nonprofit community outreach program meant to improve nutrition and health starting on a local level. 

Trying to change the neighborhood is a huge undertaking. A group of dedicated students from George Washington High School is trying its best regardless.

The students have formed PhitPhilly, a nonprofit community outreach program meant to educate about and improve nutrition and health starting on a local level. PhitPhilly is a specific branch of UrbanPhit Inc., which hopes to spread the healthy message beyond city borders.

 Pictured are (from left) Elizabeth Gutierrez, Gail Sloh, Michelle Restrepo, teachers Mikhail Zolotnitsky & Antonios Pitsakis, Mark Sharashidze, David Panea, Gleb Mortivnev, Seby Roy and Amyah Cotton. LOGAN KRUM / TIMES PHOTO 

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