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Nets Star Josh Boone Kicks Off Free Summer Meals Program
Date:7/14/2008


GARFIELD, N.J., July 14 /PRNewswire/ --

WHO: Nets star Josh Boone and 50 local students

WHAT: To help celebrate the kick off of the New Jersey summer meals

program, the Nets will conduct a fitness clinic to encourage

physical activity and discuss good nutritional habits, such as

drinking milk

Four lucky students will also have the chance to win a spot at

Josh Boone's week long basketball camp.

WHY: With the rising costs of food, New Jersey residents are offered

a program where children can obtain free, healthy and

nutritious meals all summer long.

WHERE: Garfield Recreation Center

466 Midland Avenue

Garfield, N.J.

WHEN: Tomorrow, July 15

2:00 - 3:00 P.M.


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SOURCE The American Dairy Association and Dairy Council
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