(TRENTON) – New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher along with New York Jets linebacker Brandon Copeland and the New York Jets Flight Crew cheerleaders will visit Ocean Township Intermediate School in Ocean Township on Friday, May 4, as part of Jets Takeover Day to honor the school as the 2018 Grand Champion in the New Jersey Department of Agriculture’s Jets PLAY 60 “Eat Right, Move More” program.
Copeland will visit the school for a fun and educational program and present the school with a $20,000 grant to improve school food service and physical education programs, made possible by the Jets and the American Dairy Association North East.
The Jets PLAY 60 “Eat Right, Move More” program, a partnership between the Jets, the Department of Agriculture, and the American Dairy Association North East, encourages New Jersey school children to take advantage of healthy foods in their school cafeterias and become more active.
About the New York Jets
As a professional football team that plays in New Jersey, the Jets take great pride in a long-standing, year-round commitment to our community. Programs funded by the New York Jets Foundation look to positively influence the lives of young men and women in the tri-state area by promoting fitness, supporting youth football and preventing bullying, particularly in disadvantaged communities.
Secretary Fisher and Brandon Copeland will honor the 2018 Grand Champion of the Jets PLAY 60 “Eat Right, Move More” program at 9:30 a.m. Friday, May 4, at Ocean Township Intermediate School, 1200 W Park Ave, Ocean Township, NJ 07712
(Credit New York Jets)
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