Over $17,500 dollars in mini grants have been awarded to 13 projects aimed at improving the health of students and community members in Morris and Cobleskill. The grants were awarded by the Bassett Research Institute’s 5210 program and are meant to help develop, implement or enhance projects that will lead to and sustain healthy behaviors. In Cobleskill, $11,084 was awarded to nine of 13 projects. Morris Central School received $6,448 to fund four projects in support of the 5210 initiative. The Bassett Research Institute at Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown began “5210 Every Day!” as a pilot program in Edmeston and Delhi in the fall of 2013.