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Jogging around the world

02/09/2007 -- MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- In an effort to help keep children physically fit, Sollars Elementary School challenged its students to jog around the world. In the spring of 2006,  several classes took up the challenge and began to record miles toward the goal of 7,890 miles. Progress was tracked on a huge chart in the multi-purpose room. The students tallied the last set of miles and met their goal before semester break. (Courtesy photo)

02/09/2007 -- MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- In an effort to help keep children physically fit, Sollars Elementary School challenged its students to jog around the world. In the spring of 2006, several classes took up the challenge and began to record miles toward the goal of 7,890 miles. Progress was tracked on a huge chart in the multi-purpose room. The students tallied the last set of miles and met their goal before semester break. (Courtesy photo)

02/09/2007 -- MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- Sollars Elementary School children run along the sidewalk in an effort to meet the school's challenge of jogging the length of around the world. In the spring of 2006,  several classes took up the challenge and began to record miles toward the goal of 7,890 miles. Progress was tracked on a huge chart in the multi-purpose room. The students tallied the last set of miles and met their goal before semester break. (Courtesy photo)

02/09/2007 -- MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- Sollars Elementary School children run along the sidewalk in an effort to meet the school's challenge of jogging the length of around the world. In the spring of 2006, several classes took up the challenge and began to record miles toward the goal of 7,890 miles. Progress was tracked on a huge chart in the multi-purpose room. The students tallied the last set of miles and met their goal before semester break. (Courtesy photo)