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Putting the Guidelines into practice. Organizations listed are taking action to help individuals and the community to become physically active. Everyone has a role to play.

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Organization Name


21 Century After school ProgramVA
21st Century Afterschool ProgramPA
2nd Wind Exercise EquipmentIL
30 Minutos Fitness FemeninoSPAIN
360 ESAH FoundationFL
4th grade, Edwards-Knox Central SchoolNY
50 Plus FitnessMO
7th day Adventist Church of CaliforniaCA
96th Medical GroupFL
A Canton Yoga StudioOH
A Herbal Haven, LLCFL
A Smile To YouCA
A World Fit For KidsCA
A.F.T.E.R. / Catalyst Community ChurchNC
A.T. Still UniversityAZ
A.W. Spalding Elementary SchoolTN
A.W. Spalding Elementary SchoolTN
Abbott Northwestern Hospital - LiveWell F.C.MN
Abbott Northwestern Hospital LiveWell Fitness CntrMN
ABC Montessori SchoolGA
Abraxas Youth and Family ServicesIL
Absolute FIT, Inc.GA
Academic Support and Advising ProgramIL
ACC Park CityCA
Accelerated Development and Support CorporationVA
ACE Corrective ChiropracticWA
Ace Hardware RSCAZ
ACT Now Consulting, LLCNJ
Action FitnessGA
Active AgingPA
Active Aging Lab - UIUCIL
Active Living Ramsey CountyMN
Active Over 40OK
active seniorsCA
Activities For Life Health and FitnessMD
ADRC of Washington CountyWI
ADRC of Waukesha CountyWI
Adult Activity CenterIA
Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeons of Morris LLCNJ
Advanced Surgical Weight Loss CenterAL
Adventist Whole HealthPA

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