‘Rolling Rimples’ winners announced


The winners of the recent Fayette County Health Department weight loss challenge, Rolling Rimples, were announced. The first place team was Brenda Whitmer, Jamie Bryant, Erin Elliott and Jill Phillips.


Jeannie Bihl gives the first place winner Betsy Miller a gift card.


The second place winner was Jamie Bryant.


The third place winner was Amber Haines.


The winners of the recent Fayette County Health Department weight loss challenge, Rolling Rimples, were announced. The first place team was Brenda Whitmer, Jamie Bryant, Erin Elliott and Jill Phillips.

Jeannie Bihl gives the first place winner Betsy Miller a gift card.

The second place winner was Jamie Bryant.

The third place winner was Amber Haines.

The winners of the recent Fayette County Health Department weight loss challenge, Rolling Rimples, were announced. The first place team was Brenda Whitmer, Jamie Bryant, Erin Elliott and Jill Phillips.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/01/web1_FFF-ist-place-team.jpgThe winners of the recent Fayette County Health Department weight loss challenge, Rolling Rimples, were announced. The first place team was Brenda Whitmer, Jamie Bryant, Erin Elliott and Jill Phillips.

Jeannie Bihl gives the first place winner Betsy Miller a gift card.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/01/web1_RR-1st-place-winner-prog.18.jpgJeannie Bihl gives the first place winner Betsy Miller a gift card.

The second place winner was Jamie Bryant.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/01/web1_FFF-second-place-ind..jpgThe second place winner was Jamie Bryant.

The third place winner was Amber Haines.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/01/web1_RR-3rd-place-individual.jpgThe third place winner was Amber Haines.

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