Wednesday September 26th, 2018 5:35AM

Hall schools among winners of Healthy Georgia Awards

By AccessWDUN staff

The Hall County School System is one of the winners in the state's Second Annual Healthy Georgia Awards.

Hall schools tied with Paulding County Schools in the "Innovation" category, according to an announcement from Lt. Governor Casey Cagle's office. 

This year's awards recognized nine non-profits, communities and school districts, for their "extraordinary" results in promoting and fostering health and wellness among Georgia’s youth. 

2017 Healthy Georgia Awards Winners:

*Communities Awards

Legacy: The Healthy Colquitt Coalition

All-Star: City of Kennesaw Parks & Recreation

Innovation: Live Healthy Gwinnett

*Non-Profits Awards

Legacy: HealthMPowers

All-Star: Southeast United Dairy Industry Assn, Inc.

Innovation: YMCA of Metro Atlanta

*School Districts

Legacy: Clayton County School District

All-Star: Cobb County School District

Innovation: Hall & Paulding County School District (tie)

Healthy Georgia Awards Sponsors include: Amerigroup, Arby’s Foundation, Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation, Atlanta United Foundation, College Football Hall of Fame, Dole Packaged Foods, Eventologie, Georgia Beverage Association, Georgia Public Broadcast, PhRMA, PepsiCo, Southeast United Dairy Industry Assn, Tyler Perry Studios, UGA - College of Public Health, WellCare and YMCA.

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Hall schools among winners of Healthy Georgia Awards
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