The Community Sector launched in three communities this year, Baldwin, Washington and Savannah-Chatham County.  HealthMPowers was already working with schools in those communities as well as partnering with existing coalitions. Additional partnerships are being made with retailers to improve access to fruits and vegetables and implement a multi-channel social marketing campaign to bridge the messaging of healthy nutrition and physical activity beyond the school and into these three communities.


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