A world of exercise

May 07, 2013
Lura Libby School students, from left, Miriam Rowland, Nina Black and Ethan Bicaj participate in ACES.

On May 1, Lura Libby and Cushing Community schools participated in All Children Exercising Simultaneously or ACES.

On the first Wednesday in May, children all across the world exercise together as a symbol of physical fitness and healthy habits. ACES was created by physical education teacher, Len Saunders in 1989 to help motivate children to exercise.

ACES has been labeled as the largest exercise class. ACES is now in 50 countries. Cushing and Thomaston schools participate to do their part to create healthy fitness habits for children to continue for the rest of their lives.

Cushing Community School students participate in a day of exercise May 1.
Cushing Community School students Mauricio Butler and Raven Pierce, front, along with their classmates participate in ACES May 1, a day when all students across the world exercise together.
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