, Muskogee, OK

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January 8, 2013

Muskogee winners earn healthy label

Several Muskogee schools, businesses and agencies made the list of winners in the Certified Healthy Oklahoma program.

The list of 480 award winners was announced Tuesday by the Oklahoma State Department of Health, in conjunction with the Oklahoma Academy, The State Chamber and Oklahoma Turning Point Council.

Muskogee schools honored included Alice Robertson Junior High, Muskogee High School, Ben Franklin Science Academy, Sadler Arts Academy, and Whittier and Irving Elementary Schools. Other schools included Hulbert Elementary School, Okay Public Schools and Fort Gibson’s Early Learning Center, Intermediate Elementary and Middle School.

Muskogee, Hulbert and Tahlequah were listed as Certified Healthy Communities.

For a complete list go to and click on Oklahoma Certified Healthy Programs.

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