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Miley Morton, a student in the kindergarten-Grade 1 class at Quarterway Elementary school, crawls through a human tunnel to try to win a relay race during the 11th annual Health Among Us event at Beban Park last week. - KARL YU/The News Bulletin
Miley Morton, a student in the kindergarten-Grade 1 class at Quarterway Elementary school, crawls through a human tunnel to try to win a relay race during the 11th annual Health Among Us event at Beban Park last week.
— image credit: KARL YU/The News Bulletin

Miley Morton, a student in the kindergarten-Grade 1 class at Quarterway Elementary school, crawls through a human tunnel to try to win a relay race during the 11th annual Health Among Us event at Beban Park last week.

More than 3,000 Nanaimo students from kindergarten to Grade 4 participated in games and physical activity designed to encourage active lifestyles.

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