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Charlice Noble-Jones Awarded Fitness Franchise
October 17, 2011 - Lamar Reese Magnet School of the Arts

Charlice Noble-JonesCharlice Noble-Jones, a fourth grade teacher at Lamar Reese Magnet School of the Arts, was recently awarded a complete fitness franchise provided by Snap Fitness 24/7. Noble-Jones, a World Trade Center attack survivor, was surprised with the presentation of the award during a school nutrition assembly on October 11. Peter Taunton, founder and CEO of Snap Fitness, was on hand to make the presentation. He announced that the fitness center will be modeled after the national franchise and will include a newly constructed building, equipment, site selection, initial rent and working capital. Noble-Jones was selected from more than 2,000 applicants to receive the franchise.

In attendance for the surprise announcement were her mother, Dr. Alma Noble, her sister and other family and friends. Noble-Jones said of the award, Ive always felt that these problems Ive had were a kind of preparation for greater things to come.


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