Director’s Rec. Department Gets Nod

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Lebanon NH, A top Ten City to Raise an Outdoor Kid,according to The Outdoor Foundation and Backpacker Magazine.

 Magazine says Director Heath's Rec. Dept. gets the job done

Magazine says Director Heath's Rec. Dept. gets the job done

MSI Director Cindy Heath who has also headed up the Lebanon City Recreation Department in New Hampshire for 26 years, has received notice that her city has received the tenth slot in the USA of the nation’s top 25 place to beat nature deficit disorder. Heath’s recreation department has focused on providing outdoor adventure opportunities for its youth for years and receiving recognition at the national level continues to inspire the department.   Whether it’s engaged in actively leading residents into the outdoor adventure playground that surrounds the town, providing maps to conservation lands or offering advice to families getting started on their own, Heath, wants to motivate residents to use and enjoy what the region has to offer.

MSI Director Cindy Heath

MSI Director Cindy Heath

Cindy Heath also serves on the board of directors at Mountain Spirit Institute. When asked about the #10 position in the poll, Heath said, ” We’re excited about what we’ve accomplished in the community. We have a solid program of diverse activities from rock climbing and hiking to snowshoeing.” She added, “Our goal is just getting people outside, and the poll confirmed that we’re on the right track”.

Editor’s Note: Pop Quiz –  Name the peak and in what mountain range it is located, which is featured on the cover of Backpacker Magazine above. The first one to guess correctly receives a copy of the Peruvian Folklore band Chimu Inka CD “Fusion Etnika” sent by mail to their address.

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2 Responses to “Director’s Rec. Department Gets Nod”

  1. margie weathers Says:

    Hi Cindy: This is so great – What a great thing you have done for the town. I am in real estate in New London – and love NH – it is the best place in the world. I am interested in learning more about Mountain Spirit Institute and how you became involved.

    • mtnspirit Says:

      Hey there long-time Friend,
      I happened to notice your comment on this blog article, and recognized your name. I’ll forward give Cindy a heads up on your comment as she may not see it unless I let her know about it. I’d also be interested in sharing anything about Mountain Spirit Institute, as we’re back in Sunapee for the winter.
      Talk to you soon.
      Randy

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