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Former President Clinton Back Home for Health Initiatives

Honors schools for for creating healthier environments for children to learn and staff to work.
Former President Bill Clinton is coming home to the Natural State today.

FOX 16 News Reporter Dustin Barnes was live at the Clinton Presidential Center this morning to tell us what his latest trip back home is all about.

Clinton has speaking engagements in Little Rock. His first stop is at the Clinton Library. After that he will honor 267 schools at the Clinton Presidential Center for creating healthier environments for children to learn and staff to work. The awards ceremony is part of the eighth annual Healthy Schools Program Forum. In addition, President Clinton will share data showing that each of the 267 schools—and nearly all schools that participate in the Healthy Schools Program and have such data—are meeting or exceeding recently updated federal nutrition standards for healthy school meals.

The Healthy Schools Program is a project of the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, which was co-founded by the American Heart Association and the Clinton Foundation.
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