Editor's Corner

Elizabeth Psyck


I’m sometimes surprised when and where government information becomes useful. (This won’t surprise anyone who has ever spent any time in the govdocs world, but humor me—this is my column after all.)

Recently I found myself in a bar at 7:30 p.m. on a Thursday. Before you start wondering what a wild and crazy life I lead, I was attending a Junior League meeting and we were planning a children’s health fair. We brainstormed ideas and each group came up with a variety of activities to engage kids and help them learn about healthy living. (For context, the focus of the Junior League of Grand Rapids is on improving children’s physical health. Projects range from Wellness Adventure Yards that provide a safe place to play to Kids in the Kitchen, where kids are introduced to healthy foods.)

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5860/dttp.v45i1.6296


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