Playworks Gets Fit with the Golden State Warriors in Oakland

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On September 23, the 2015 NBA Champion Golden State Warriors, Kaiser Permanente and learning and physical-health nonprofit Playworks visited Oakland’s Lincoln Elementary School for a Get Fit Time-Out to stress the importance of healthy eating and active living. Joining the three Oakland-based organizations was Warriors Guard Brandon Rush, who made a surprise visit with the Warriors Larry O’Brien NBA Championship trophy to speak to the 240 fourth and fifth-grade students on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle year-round.

 

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