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Celebs To Attend Children's Earth Day

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Kids will be getting a taste of the green life on April 22nd, thanks to STAR ECO Station, a wildlife rescue center in California. They’ll learn more about environmental issues, endangered animals, and greener lifestyles from different organizations and conservationists. Celebrities like Marcus Paulk, Dustin Ingram, and Creagen Dow will also be present to entertain the kids. Hope they’re also big on the environment.

Los Angeles Children’s Earth Day 2007 features games, crafts, activities, healthy cuisine and live entertainment designed to inspire children to help protect the planet. Bringing together various green organizations, government agencies, museums, schools and individuals, this tropical outdoor extravaganza is designed to show the families of Southern California that they are a vital part of a larger, worldwide environmental effort. Attendance at Los Angeles Children’s Earth Day is expected to number well into the thousands.

It looks like a great way to encourage kids to start learning more about the environment. We’ll definitely be watching out for more news on the event.

Thanks to Linton for the tip!

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