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Clean Air Campaign recognizes Christian City

Christian City’s President/CEO Bob Crutchfield accepted a Silver Level Partnership award by The Clean Air Campaign and Governor Sonny Perdue.

The award was granted to show appreciation for Christian City’s continued participation and support of their programs.

The Clean Air Campaign is a not-for-profit organization that motivates Georgians in the work place by encouraging employees to take a clean commute (carpool, telework, walk, bike, etc) to work to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality in Georgia.

Christian City is proud to be a partner of the Clean Air Campaign. For over forty-five years Christian City has been caring for abandoned and abused children in a family centered residential setting in cottages on their campus. They are also a well respected senior living and retirement community offering a full continuum of care.

For more information about Christian City and their programs for children and seniors, please call 770-703-2636 or visit www.christiancity.org. For more on The Clean Air Campaign access www.cleanaircampaign.com.

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