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(Elizabeth Lewis - Daily Press)

(Elizabeth Lewis – Daily Press)

Artesia General Hospital has donated a selection of outdoor exercise equipment to the City of Artesia. The equipment is located at JJ Clarke and Centennial drives along Eagle Draw. Pictured standing from left are Alonzo Acosta, city streets and parks supervisor, Tracy Towles, RN and joint care coordinator with AGH’s Bone and Joint Destination Center, Mayor Phil Burch, Byron Landfair, City of Artesia infrastructure director, and Dr. Zhinian Wan, orthopedic surgeon with the Bone and Joint Destination Center. Seated is Kenneth W. Randall, CEO of AGH. “It’s exciting to promote exercise and good health in our beautiful ‘green belt,’” said Randall.