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PHOTOS: 39th Army Band helps Webster students march into health

  • Judy Elliott, the nurse at Webster Elementary School, leads a marching line of students, from left, Arianna Caddel, Avery Fleming, and Owen Dougles to the door as the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, finished their performance for the students at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Elliott. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Judy Elliott, the nurse at Webster Elementary School, leads a marching line of students, from left, Arianna Caddel, Avery Fleming, and Owen Dougles to the door as the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, finished their performance for the students at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Elliott. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Sgt. First Class Kevin Sawler, right, chats with Sgt. Andrew Maki, both of the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, between songs while performing for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Sgt. First Class Kevin Sawler, right, chats with Sgt. Andrew Maki, both of the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, between songs while performing for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • The 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, performed for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, march 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    The 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, performed for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, march 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Sgt. First Class Tara Fazekas packs her trombone away after performing with other members of the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Sgt. First Class Tara Fazekas packs her trombone away after performing with other members of the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • The 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, performed for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, march 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    The 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, performed for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, march 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • The 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, performed for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, march 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    The 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, performed for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, march 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • From left, trombone players, Sgt. First CLass Kevin Sawler, Sgt. Michael Benoit, and Spc. Eric Chase of the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, perform for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    From left, trombone players, Sgt. First CLass Kevin Sawler, Sgt. Michael Benoit, and Spc. Eric Chase of the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, perform for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • From left, trombone players, Sgt. First CLass Kevin Sawler, Sgt. Michael Benoit, and Spc. Eric Chase of the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, perform for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    From left, trombone players, Sgt. First CLass Kevin Sawler, Sgt. Michael Benoit, and Spc. Eric Chase of the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, perform for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Judy Elliott, the nurse at Webster Elementary School, leads a marching line of students, from left, Arianna Caddel, Avery Fleming, and Owen Dougles to the door as the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, finished their performance for the students at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Elliott. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • Sgt. First Class Kevin Sawler, right, chats with Sgt. Andrew Maki, both of the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, between songs while performing for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • The 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, performed for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, march 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • Sgt. First Class Tara Fazekas packs her trombone away after performing with other members of the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • The 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, performed for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, march 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • The 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, performed for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, march 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • From left, trombone players, Sgt. First CLass Kevin Sawler, Sgt. Michael Benoit, and Spc. Eric Chase of the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, perform for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • From left, trombone players, Sgt. First CLass Kevin Sawler, Sgt. Michael Benoit, and Spc. Eric Chase of the 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, perform for students of Webster Elementary School at the Webster town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The performance kicked off "March into Health Challenge," an initiative started by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. "I'm passionate about prevention," she said. "And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

The 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard, performed for students of Webster Elementary School at the town hall yesterday. The performance kicked off the “March into Health Challenge,” an initiative started this year by Judy Elliott, the school nurse. The two-week challenge is a way to encourage students to make and maintain healthy decisions, keeping track of things such as hours of sleep, exercise and diet. Elliott, the school nurse for 23 years and a registered nurse for 41 years, said every few years she comes up with a different way to engage students in healthy choices. “I’m passionate about prevention,” she said. “And having fun. Always a kid, a kid at heart.”

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