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Wade Van Arsdale
 Sunday, December 07 2008 @ 03:30 pm EST (Read 1545 times)  
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News from your I.D.A. Arkansas Section: Your I.D.A. Arkansas Section at Work!

Your I.D.A. Arkansas Section is hard at work helping to reduce light pollution in Arkansas. We have a new project to announce. Members of the
Central Arkanas region of IDA-AR. are currently working with the "Friends of the Parks" organization in Hot Springs, AR., to help evaluate and choose
energy-efficient, shielded lighting for a lighting project that is currently being planned for one of the parks there. Mr. Ned Skoog, the ogranization's
lead person on this project, was referred to our Section after making inquiries at I.D.A. International. It is our pleasure to assist Mr. Skoog in selecting
smarter, sky-friendly, and more efficient lighting for the park. We will keep you posted on how work is proceeding on this project and we
wish Mr. Skoog and Friends of the Parks much success with their project!


Wade Van Arsdale
I.D.A.-AR. Section V.P.
Little Rock, AR., USA


 
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