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Healthy Meals and Exercise: Not a Thing of the Past!


Incorporating health and wellness into everyday life is something we all strive for! Go Red for Women volunteer and 2016 Chair Emeritus, Danielle Gureghian, has found a way to inspire health and wellness in her own family and in the work she does. CSMI, LLC an education management organization started by Danielle and Vahan Gureghian of Gladwyne, focuses its attention and resources on the implementation of healthy lifestyle practices for the students of Chester Community Charter School. By partnering with the NFL and the American Heart Association, CSMI managed schools participate in The NFL PLAY 60 Challenge, a national in-school program mobilizing youth to combine physical activity with nutritious eating habits. CSMI in conjunction with the Archdiocese of Philadelphia manages food service and preparation for its schools with an emphasis on healthy options and providing high quality, nutritious meals to the children of Chester City. The Gureghian’s and CSMI are laying the foundation for a lifetime of wellness for the families of Chester. Teaching students the importance of a healthful plate and an active lifestyle will help establish a community that values the core principals of health and wellness.

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