Renae Nottage, 59, has been working for Miami-Dade County's parks department for over 25 years. Throughout her career she has helped start many innovative programs, including Fit 2 Play, an after-school program that helps teach children the importance of physical activity and healthy eating habits that has now been implemented in cities across the country.
Renae Nottage, 59, has been working for Miami-Dade County's parks department for over 25 years. Throughout her career she has helped start many innovative programs, including Fit 2 Play, an after-school program that helps teach children the importance of physical activity and healthy eating habits that has now been implemented in cities across the country. RYAN HOLLOWAY Miami-Dade County
Renae Nottage, 59, has been working for Miami-Dade County's parks department for over 25 years. Throughout her career she has helped start many innovative programs, including Fit 2 Play, an after-school program that helps teach children the importance of physical activity and healthy eating habits that has now been implemented in cities across the country. RYAN HOLLOWAY Miami-Dade County

Parks administrator dedicates her life to teaching children about healthy living

February 19, 2016 03:41 PM

UPDATED February 19, 2016 05:25 PM

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