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Texans Care for Children - Register Now for 3 Great Events
Texans Care for Children

January, 2011

Texans Care for Children
 Join free events this month, and learn what Texas can do to make life better for children!
Child Obesity Parent Breakfast & Training, 2011 Session Webinar, & Infant Health Summit
January 5th (RSVP deadline)
Parent Training and Breakfast Briefing: Child Obesity
Parents and grandparents are invited to help us promote policies and programs that prevent child obesity. Enjoy a free training and a Jan. 27th breakfast briefing at the Capitol with travel expenses paid. The application deadline is Wednesday, January 5. Apply now.
10-11 a.m., January 18th
Texas Children in the 82nd Texas Legislature Webinar:
Wonder what bills have been filed this session that affect children? Curious about what issues to watch? Join the Texans Care policy team on Tuesday, January 18th, for a special webinar on what the 2011 Texas legislature means for children in our state. Register now.

1-5 p.m., January 24th
Summit on Infant Health in Texas:
Too many Texas babies start life in poor health. There are proven, cost-effective ways that Texas can reverse this trend. Join statewide medical experts, researchers, and parents of premature babies for an afternoon dedicated to solutions that would improve life for the youngest Texans. Register now.
Thank you for all you do to Put Kids 1st!


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