Bill Clinton takes in health initiatives in St. Louis (7 images)

Former President Bill Clinton on November 1, 2017, visited elementary schools and a mobile grocery store to observe efforts made to improve health in the city.

Each of the programs he toured are connected to the Clinton Foundation.

Photos by Bill Greenblatt/UPI
Updated: Nov. 1, 2017 at 8:18 PM
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Former President Bill Clinton exercises with fourth-grader Jasmine Balven during a visit to Gateway Elementary School. During an assembly in the gym, he said it was one of the healthiest schools he'd ever seen.
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Gateway Elementary School is connected to the Clinton Foundation's Alliance for a Healthier Generation.
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“What this school is doing for these kids will benefit this area 20 years from now,” Bill Clinton said during an assembly at Gateway Elementary School. “They will be healthy, they will be good, they will have a full life.”
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The Alliance for a Healthier Generation also is funded by the American Heart Association.
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Students at Gateway Elementary School grow kale, cabbage and other vegetables in gardens at the school.
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Former President Bill Clinton inspects vegatables during a visit to a bus turned into a mobile food mart. The MetroMarket is a non-profit started by college students and funded by the Clinton Global Initiative and the Missouri Foundation for Health.
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Former President Bill Clinton and St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson inspect vegetable gardens where product is grown and sold on a bus turned into a mobile food mart. The MetroMarket travels to areas of St. Louis that have fewer supermarkets.
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