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Blog Posts from August 2014

August 11, 2014 ET
Ed. Note: This blog was originally posted on www.letsmove.gov . To view the original post, click here . Posted by Mary Murphy, The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast on August 08, 2014 A generation ago, kids were outside playing in their yards, in their neighborhoods, and on the local...Read more
August 11, 2014 ET
Ed note: This is a cross-post from the AYAW Blog . You can find the original blog post here . michaela-coplen.jpg Inaugural National Student Poet and Northeast Representative, Claire Lee , returns to the AYAW blog to interview the 2013 Class of National Student Poets for her “Poets on Poets” series...Read more
August 08, 2014 ET
By Dan Rutherford, Senior Content Specialist, CFPB Office of Financial Education Program ideas, electronic and print resources, and marketing materials are now available free from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Back in April, when we announced our Community Financial Education...Read more
August 07, 2014 ET
Ed note: This is a cross-post from the AYAW Blo g. You can find the original blog post here . sojourner-ahebee.jpg Inaugural National Student Poet and Northeast representative, Claire Lee , returns to the AYAW blog to interview the 2013 Class of National Student Poets for her “Poets on Poets”...Read more
August 05, 2014 ET
Ed note: This is a cross-post from the Museum of the City of New York Blog . You can find the original blog post here . m2y36394.jpg “Chantecler” theater still, 1911. From the Theater Collection. Museum of the City of New York, 48.367.65. While digitizing the vast collection of over 30,000...Read more
August 04, 2014 ET
Chances are good that someone you know has been scammed. They might not talk about it, but the statistics show attempted scamming is common. Libraries are an important source to computers and digital literacy training helping seniors connect with family, friends, health information and government...Read more
August 01, 2014 ET
By Shane D. Rhinewald Director of Public Relations, The Strong The Strong museum in Rochester, NY, welcomed more than 1,200 pre-K through Grade 5 students for five days of Let’s Move! -themed lessons and activities this past June. Students visited a variety of heart-healthy stations in the museum...Read more

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