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Certified Healthy Oklahoma LeFlore County Recipients Featured

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Dr John Turner, Arkoma Public School accepts his award from Louise Musseman, Partnership Engagement Coordinator Dr John Turner, Arkoma Public School accepts his award from Louise Musseman, Partnership Engagement Coordinator

 Poteau, Oklahoma - Several schools and businesses were honored on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 for their efforts to improve health and quality of life from the TSET Healthy Communities Incentive Award.

 

The award presention took place at the Kiamichi Technology Center in Poteau during the LeFlore County Healthy Coalition meeting.

 

Schools who received awards were:

Arkoma High School
Arkoma Junior High
Singleton Elementary
Bokoshe Elementary
Bokoshe Junior High
Bokoshe High School
Hodgen Elementary
Howe High School
Monroe Public Schools
Pansy Kidd Middle School
Poteau Upper Elementary
Shady Point Schools
Spiro Upper Elementary
Businesses
Hometown Drug
KAL Home Health
Choctaw Wellness Poteau
LeFlore County Youth Services
Health and Wellness Poteau
Carl Albert State College
Early Childhood Centers
Choctaw Nation Head Start

 

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                Randy Graves and Jay Falkner, CASC with Louise Mussleman

 

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                Karen LaRosa, Monroe Public School with Louise Musselman

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                 Christy Cunningham and Bobbi Gillham, Poteau Public Schools with Louise Musselman.

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                    Tara Harper, Spiro Public Schools with Louise Musselman

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                            Terri Krebs, LeFlore County Youth Services with Louise Musselman

 

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