Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Sheriff Rambosk Blogging For Children’s Museum Website
Sheriff Rambosk is among 15 bloggers who communicate with the community through the “Expert Advice” section of the museum’s website, http://www.cmon.org/. The bloggers are community leaders, business leaders and experts in their fields. The goal is to provide parents and teachers with professional, knowledgeable information on a wide variety of topics.
“The museum is a tremendous asset to the children and families in our community and I’m honored to have this opportunity to partner with them,” Sheriff Rambosk said.
To date, Sheriff Rambosk has blogged about online safety, bicycle safety and CCSO’s popular Summerfest program.
To find the posts of all C’mon bloggers, the go to http://www.cmon.org/ and click on the tab that says “Expert Advice.” C’mon also shares the posts on its Facebook page, which has more than 3,100 followers.
The Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples will be Collier County’s first learning environment devoted exclusively to child’s play, the serious business of discovery that helps children attain hallmark milestones on the journey into adulthood. C’mon will be a 30,000-square-foot museum for families located in the North Collier Regional Park. Scheduled to open in February 2012, the Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples is envisioned to be one of the finest children’s museums in the United States and will be fully accessible to all children regardless of their physical or learning abilities. To learn more about C’mon, visit http://www.cmon.org/.