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Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation Hosts Author of Last Child in the Woods: Saving our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder
Date:2/8/2010

ave to the outdoors," said George Dusenbury, executive director of Park Pride. "We have more than 60 'Friends of the Park Group' partners that will use this new lending library of equipment to engage kids in their community park and the natural world."

In addition to Piedmont Park Conservancy and Park Pride, several organizations are joining the Foundation's Feb. 16, 2010, Speaker Series event to promote outdoor opportunities for kids. Partner organizations include Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Emory School of Medicine's Department of Pediatrics, Mothers & Others for Clean Air, the Georgia Conservancy, the Atlanta Taskforce on Play, Outward Bound, the National Football League's Play 60 initiative, and Georgia's Department of Natural Resources, home to the Get Outdoors Georgia campaign.

About The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation Speaker Series:

By convening individuals around issues, innovations and ideas that will shape the quality of life for families in Atlanta and beyond, the Blank Family Foundation aspires to spur civic action and citizen involvement for positive change in people's lives. Recent Speaker Series programs have featured New York Times business columnist Joe Nocera, architect William McDonough and CBS News correspondent Jeff Greenfield. Visit the Foundation's web site for more information on the Speaker Series. (www.BlankFoundation.org'/>"/>

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