Edison, Metuchen middle school students feel good during UnitedHealthcare Health Bee

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Seventh graders from Edgar Middle School in Metuchen enjoy adding another point to the scoreboard during the 2019 UnitedHealthcare Health Bee competition in Edison on April 11.PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLUTCH SHOT PRODUCTIONS
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A team of seventh graders from Edgar Middle School in Metuchen celebrate their second place victory at the 2019 UnitedHealthcare Health Bee on April 11, earning the school funding for its health and wellness programs.PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLUTCH SHOT PRODUCTIONS
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A team of seventh graders from Herbert Hoover Middle School in Edison won the School Spirit Award during the 2019 UnitedHealthcare Health Bee on April 11, earning the school funding for its health and wellness programs. In partnership with the Metuchen YMCA, the UnitedHealthcare Health Bee was hosted as part of a statewide initiative to fight childhood obesity and physical inactivity. PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLUTCH SHOT PRODUCTIONS
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Paul Marden, CEO of UnitedHealthcare of New Jersey, far left, and Assemblywoman Nancy Pinkin, third from left, join UnitedHealthcare volunteers and Rose Cushing, CEO of the Metuchen YMCA, second from right, to help kick off the UnitedHealthcare Health Bee on April 11 at Woodrow Wilson Middle School. Students from four area middle schools participated in the quiz show-style competition designed to get students excited about health, fitness and nutrition. PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLUTCH SHOT PRODUCTIONS
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A team of seventh graders from Woodrow Wilson Middle School in Edison were awarded first place during the 2019 UnitedHealthcare Health Bee competition in Edison on April 11. Paul Marden, CEO of UnitedHealthcare of New Jersey, presented the team with a $1,000 grand prize to help fund the school’s health and wellness programs. Edgar Middle School in Metuchen earned second place and a $500 prize. Herbert Hoover Middle School in Edison took home the school spirit award and a $250 prize. PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLUTCH SHOT PRODUCTIONS
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Seventh graders from Edgar Middle School in Metuchen enjoy adding another point to the scoreboard during the 2019 UnitedHealthcare Health Bee competition in Edison on April 11.PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLUTCH SHOT PRODUCTIONS
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A team of seventh graders from Edgar Middle School in Metuchen celebrate their second place victory at the 2019 UnitedHealthcare Health Bee on April 11, earning the school funding for its health and wellness programs.PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLUTCH SHOT PRODUCTIONS
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A team of seventh graders from Herbert Hoover Middle School in Edison won the School Spirit Award during the 2019 UnitedHealthcare Health Bee on April 11, earning the school funding for its health and wellness programs. In partnership with the Metuchen YMCA, the UnitedHealthcare Health Bee was hosted as part of a statewide initiative to fight childhood obesity and physical inactivity. PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLUTCH SHOT PRODUCTIONS
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Paul Marden, CEO of UnitedHealthcare of New Jersey, far left, and Assemblywoman Nancy Pinkin, third from left, join UnitedHealthcare volunteers and Rose Cushing, CEO of the Metuchen YMCA, second from right, to help kick off the UnitedHealthcare Health Bee on April 11 at Woodrow Wilson Middle School. Students from four area middle schools participated in the quiz show-style competition designed to get students excited about health, fitness and nutrition. PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLUTCH SHOT PRODUCTIONS
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A team of seventh graders from Woodrow Wilson Middle School in Edison were awarded first place during the 2019 UnitedHealthcare Health Bee competition in Edison on April 11. Paul Marden, CEO of UnitedHealthcare of New Jersey, presented the team with a $1,000 grand prize to help fund the school’s health and wellness programs. Edgar Middle School in Metuchen earned second place and a $500 prize. Herbert Hoover Middle School in Edison took home the school spirit award and a $250 prize. PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLUTCH SHOT PRODUCTIONS