Allina Health grant supports Park Passport program in Owatonna

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[Owatonna People's Press, August 23, 2012] Residents of Owatonna are being encouraged to turn off their television set and go visit the city’s parks during the waning days of summer and the first days of autumn. The Owatonna Park Passport Program is a four-week long program in the month of September that is designed to get families out into the parks and hike the trails while searching for clues. The program will have prizes for those who complete it, made possible by a grant from Allina Health Neighborhood Health Connection. See the entire story at southernminn.com.

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