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Minorities wanted for parks study rbecker
Updated: 2013-07-05 17:08:43
The staff of George Washington Carver National Monument in Diamond is inviting people in the Hispanic/Latino, African American, Native American and Asian communities to a 90-minute group discussion about recreation in the Four States area. The event approved by the Office of Management and Budget and hosted by the Park Studies Unit at the University of Idaho, will take place August 22-30, 2013, at as yet an undisclosed location.

The purpose of the study is to find out what kinds of recreational activities people enjoy and relate their opinions to the types of services, facilities and activities offered at specific national monuments. Interviews will be held with groups of 8 to 10 people.

As a reward for attending, participants (one per family) will receive a $20 Walmart gift card and free refreshments.

If interested, phone for more information. (800) 921-7102 or send an e-mail here.

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