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Mayor presents bikes to winners of his Healthy Kids challenge

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Pictured are several students that received bikes from the annual drawing during the Healthy Kids Chaves County 5210 Mayor’s Challenge at Monterrey Elementary School. (Submitted Photo)

Natalie Rodriguez, a student at Valley View Elementary School, won a bike (donated by Redden Plumbing) in the annual drawing during the Healthy Kids Chaves County 5210 Mayor’s Challenge at Monterrey Elementary School. Mayor Dennis Kintigh and teacher Melissa DeGroot stand next to Rodriguez. Mayor Kintigh’s 5210 challenge program is going on in the Chaves Country Schools for third-graders. It challenges students for 21 days to eat five fruits or vegetables everyday, with two-hours or less of screen time, one (1) hour of physical activity each day and 0 representing Water. Other students received medals if they completed the 20-day challenge. (Submitted Photo)

Mark Tegeda, an elementary student, pictured in photo at right, was one of several students to win a bike in the annual drawing during the Healthy Kids Chaves County 5210 Mayor’s Challenge at Monterrey Elementary School. Principal Barbara Ryan and Mayor Dennis Kintigh stand next to Rodriguez. (Submitted Photo)

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