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Posted May 14, 2013

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Hurry Up and Vote for Gov. Bent in Fuel Up to Play 60 Contest

The APS school is in a tough battle for first place. Click on the thumbnail at the Fuel Up website by Friday, May 17.

Govenor Bent Elementary is one of five schools in the country selected as a finalist in the NFL Fuel Up to Play 60 Activity Scavenger Hunt Challenge. Now, they need votes from the public by Friday, May 17, to win.

To vote, go to the Fuel Up website. Once you've clicked on Gov. Bent, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the red vote button. You can vote once today and once again tomorrow per device.

According to second grade teacher Eileen Luchini, more than 500 schools nationwide entered the contest. Gov. Bent is in a tight race in the finals against schools from Idaho, Oklahoma and Massachusetts.

“Our kids have worked so hard on reaching their physical fitness and nutrition goals,” Luchini said.

Fuel Up to Play 60 is a national program sponsored by the NFL that promotes youth physical fitness.

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