Nursery Furniture Sets Manufacturer, Argington Releases Statement Regarding T.R.E.E House Children’s Museum’s Healthy Living Classes

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Following an article published by The Town Talk on a children’s museum’s implementation of healthy living classes, Argington releases a statement regarding the importance of healthy living knowledge.

On October 16, 2012, nursery furniture sets manufacturer, Argington releases a statement in response to the recent healthy living classes offered at T.R.E.E House Children’s Museum.

According to the Town Talk article, “Thanks to a $10,000 grant from the Rapides Foundation, the T.R.E.E. House is hosting Healthy Foundations, a class that teaches how to eat better, grow a garden and incorporate exercise into daily life.” The article quotes museum manager Kara Edwards, who says, "Kids can see plants go from seed to fruit and fruit to plate. If we invest in their being interested, hopefully it will carry over to kids eating vegetables."

Clay Darrohn, an Argington representative, expresses his feelings towards the museum’s new class and stresses the importance of healthy living. “We applaud T.R.E.E.’s efforts. Unfortunately most people in this country do not eat healthy, so I am glad to see someone teaching a healthy lifestyle to kids. It is an important lesson for them to learn at such a young age,” says Darrohn.

Darrohn went on to mention how Argington plays its part in healthy living. “Argington is fully committed to the health living movement. As part of this mission, we are committed to making fully organic nursery furniture sets and bedding,” says Darrohn. “We use 100% certified organic fabrics, renewable birch wood, and stay free from toxins to do our part in making it easier for kids to experience healthy living lifestyles.”

Argington is located in New York and is a manufacturer of fine baby furniture and nursery bedding. Proudly offering sustainable products that are organic or eco-friendly, Argington’s products are also designed with mobility and multiple uses in mind to make parents’ lives easier.


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