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May 17, 2019

Despite the rain, Oak Hill Middle School still got out to enjoy their annual Wellness Day to the fullest. Promoting fitness and staying active, the school goes out to different locales where the kids can participate in fun activities such as swimming, zip lining, and of course, disc golf! Approximately 30 kids coped with the endlessly soggy weather Maine has been enduring, to play a round on our Owl course. As SDG is all about family, fun, and fitness, we are proud to be a part of the school's program.

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