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Local Tennis Player Makes Prize Winning Video

November 3, 2009 05:53 PM

Jared Fogle, Subway's national spokesman, paid a visit last week to two local schools to surprise the grand-prize winners of a recent monthlong Subway Fresh Fit Video and Poster Competition.

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Logan DiTullio, a ninth-grade student at James Island Charter High School, and Osbaldo Duarte, a third-grader at St. Andrew's School of Math and Science, each received an awards package that included a $1,000 Subway card and $1,000 fitness grant for their schools for their entries.

Osbaldo filmed his winning video during the Courting Kids program. Courting Kids is an National Junior Tennis and Learning (NJTL) program designed to help inner city youth enjoy a healthy lifestyle through tennis. Osbaldo enlisted the help of a college friend and created the video using many of hte Courting Kids participants in the background to make the video as energetic as possible.

Almost 400 students in the Lowcountry submitted posters and videos depicting how they stay healthy and fit. The program was designed to help educate students, increase local awareness about the nation's childhood obesity problem and provide positive incentives for kids to form healthier diet and exercise habits.

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Runners-up in the contest each received a $100 Subway card. They are Brandon DiTullio, an 11th-grader at James Island Charter High; Hannah McDermett, an 11th-grader at Wando High School; Maddie Granger, a fifth-grader at Harborview Elementary School; and a group of fifth-graders, Mayra Lomeli-Garcia, Joshua Bailey, DaeQwan Haynes, Destiny Roberts and Victoria Wrighten, who attend North Charleston Elementary School.

Article originally from Lowcountry Parent

 

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