Coulee Parenting Connection celebrates 100th edition

Coulee Parenting Connection is celebrating the 100th edition of the magazine.

Abbie Leithold Gerzema joined us on Daybreak and spoke about the benefits of the arts for students.

Coulee Parenting Connection Magazine can be found on their website.

Coulee Parenting Connection is published six times annually, with an audited readership of nearly 25,000.

Find it at more than 400 high-traffic locations visited by families throughout the region, including libraries, specialty shops, child care centers, family organizations, health facilities, and public and private elementary schools in Holmen, La Crosse, Onalaska, and West Salem, as well as La Crescent and Winona, Minnesota.

They strive to improve family life for parents and children in the Coulee Region by providing relevant and meaningful coverage of local family stories, issues, and events in a high-quality, community-driven publication.

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