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You've voted - now register that you're pro-kid this Feb 6!
Texans Care for Children

November, 2012

Join us for a 2013 conference focused on Texas kids
You are invited to join Texas experts, community and business leaders, and advocates from across the state, who are coming together February 6 for a day of discussion about children and how we build a strong Texas future.
Be a part of this full day of learning about the challenges children face and the solutions at hand by attending our conference featuring:
• A focus on the best ideas for building success for all Texas children
• A look inside Texas politics with strategists Harold Cook & Ted Delisi
• Opportunities to visit state leaders and be a voice for kids in your area
• Three tracks of expert-led workshops on topics including child obesity and childhood hunger; infant and maternal health and early childhood interventions; children's mental health and social/emotional wellness; early education; child protection; school-wide positive behavioral interventions and supports; youth justice; children's health care; and more!
Register today to save your spot at a special rate of $55
Early Bird Registration deadline is Dec. 1!
Breakfast, lunch, full-day benefits, and parking included

Located at St. David's Episcopal Church Meeting Center
in Downtown Austin near the Capitol

For more information, visit
or email us at


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