Stronger Together

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Alison Black and her family are active together to stay healthy and strong. Alison shares, “My husband and I decided that being more active, and eating healthy was a better choice for us so that we could have a better quality of life.”

Alison Black
Cheyenne Arapaho, Ponca, Osage and Prairie Band Potawatomi

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