Manhattan Project NHP Junior Ranger Book Now Available in Japanese

MAPR Oak Ridge Junior Ranger

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News Release Date: November 14, 2016

Contact: Frank Graham, 423-569-9778

Contact: Christopher Derman, 423-569-9778

Manhattan Project National Historical Park is pleased to announce that the park’s Junior Ranger book for the Oak Ridge unit has been translated into Japanese. The book was graciously translated by park volunteer, Shigeko Uppuluri, and is now available for download on the park’s website.
 
“Junior rangers truly are from all over the world and Manhattan Project NHP is working to ensure park publications reflect the diversity of park visitors,” said Niki Stephanie Nicholas, Acting Site Manager and Superintendent for Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area. The Manhattan Project Oak Ridge unit is also currently working on a Spanish translation of the book and will be available soon.
 
For more information about the park’s junior ranger program, please click here: https://www.nps.gov/mapr/learn/kidsyouth/beajuniorranger.htm



Last updated: November 15, 2016

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Manhattan Project National Historical Park
c/o NPS Intermountain Regional Office
P.O. Box 25287

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This phone number is for the Los Alamos Unit Visitor Center. You may also contact the Oak Ridge Unit Visitor Center at (865) 482-1942, or the Hanford Unit Visitor Center at (509) 376-1647.

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