November Project tackles group fitness during social distancing

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — In the current age of social distancing, keeping fit and healthy is more difficult than ever. But one organization with a chapter in Syracuse is using their community to motivate and mobilize people to get up and get out, while staying safe from COVID-19.

Founder and Co-Leader of the November Project Syracuse Chapter, Amanda Hughes, talked with NewsChannel 9 about some of the specific missions and challenges the organization has not just for members, but for anyone.

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