Arlington — On Thursday, May 19, the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation will host a Medical City Healthcare Health & Fitness All-Stars “Health Rally” at Goodman Elementary School.

Following the conclusion of the rally, Goodman Elementary physical education teacher, Ms. Geri Mahon, and her 5th-grade students will be surprised with a $5,000 check for their outstanding participation in the program.

Medical City Healthcare and the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation designed the Medical City Healthcare Health & Fitness All-Stars Challenge to supplement the 5th-grade physical education curriculum in Arlington and Mansfield ISD, motivating kids to live a healthy lifestyle.

“Medical City Healthcare is committed to supporting healthy lifestyles through nutrition, fitness and mental wellness initiatives,” says Erol Akdamar, FACHE, president of Medical City Healthcare. “We are proud to partner with the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation to support physical education programs and create healthier tomorrows for Arlington ISD students and youth across North Texas.”

Representatives from the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation, Medical City Healthcare, and Arlington ISD will join Rangers mascot Captain for the “Health Rally” and check presentation in the Goodman Elementary School cafeteria.


Thursday, May 19


Karin Morris – Senior Vice President, Community Impact & Executive Director, Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation

Ray Casas – Texas Rangers Director of Community Impact

Ryan Eason – Medical City Healthcare Director of Community Engagement

Eric White – AISD Director of Athletics

Aaron Perales – AISD Executive Director of Engagement, Equity and Access


Goodman Elementary School Cafeteria

1400 Rebecca Ln.; Arlington, TX 76014

Media interested in covering the event should contact Texas Rangers Broadcasting & Communications Manager Lauren Wyatt at or 928.257.8151.