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Fuel Up to Play 60 at Corey Elementary

Dallas Cowboys players Barry Church, Tyrone Crawford, George Selvie, Kyle Wilber and J.J. Wilcox, pictured, spent more than an hour with fourth grade students at Corey Elementary on October 20 as a part of the Fuel Up to Play 60 program. The players encouraged the students to complete at least 60 minutes of physical activity per day with three stations set up for the students to go through. Also, the NFL and the United Way presented both Corey and the Arlington ISD a check for $2,500 for a Hometown Huddle NFL Flag Grant so that more students in the AISD can participate in Fuel Up to Play 60 with NFL Flag. Click here to see pictures from this event.

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