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City of Milton Welcomes First Born Learning Trail to Community

According to an update from the City of Milton, they are welcoming the first Born Learning Trail to the community at Crossridge Park next week with help from the United Way Blackhawk Region. Born Learning is a public engagement campaign that helps parents, caregivers, and communities create quality early learning opportunities for young children.

A Born Learning Trail contains 10 (12″ x 24″) colorful and interactive signs with activities for adults to engage in with young children to turn an outdoor trip into a fun learning experience. Trail signs are provided in English and Spanish. Volunteers participating in United Way Blackhawk Region's annual Day of Caring on September 14 will paint the artwork on the trail. The 10 signs in English and Spanish are being installed by the Public Works Department. The path was freshly seal coated as well for the project.

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