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Under Help on Club Penguin Website we have got an update of the Newspaper Text:


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…This Company News is  Dated April 20, 2011 BUT was first added to Club Penguins Webpage TODAY! Better late than Never…LOL :)

Club Penguin at it’s Players celebrate Earth Day

Virtual world empowers kids to go green and donates $100,000 to environmental projects.

Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, April 20, 2011 – Fans of Club Penguin ( can learn how to protect their planet and show support for all its citizens this Earth Day just by playing in the snow-covered virtual world.

As part of its ongoing commitment to creating safe places around the world and protecting the earth, Disney Online Studios, which produces Club Penguin, is donating an additional $100,000 of its annual multi-million dollar giving budget to conserve wetlands and protect endangered species. For its annual Earth Day party, Club Penguin will also launch a series of new activities designed to educate and empower its players to help protect the earth and the living creatures that call it home.

From April 20 through 27, 2011 members can use the virtual coins they earn playing games on Club Penguin to purchase Earth Day-themed costumes for their penguin avatars. Players will also be able to visit areas of the virtual world that have been redesigned to look like the natural habitat of some endangered species, and learn more about those species and what threatens their survival.

"Children have such an innate curiosity, and a desire to protect the planet and all its citizens, and we think this is a great way to educate them and encourage them to take action in their own way," says Lane Merrifield, one of Club Penguin's co-founders and executive vice president of Disney Online Studios.

Club Penguin is one of the largest virtual worlds for children with a reputation for providing fun for kids and peace of mind for parents. Millions of children and families in nearly every country in the world play Club Penguin in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. Club Penguin uses word filters and live moderators to monitor chat and activity on the site and work to prevent the sharing of inappropriate or personally identifiable information.

The Earth Day party is just one example of Club Penguin's ongoing efforts to empower its players to help change the world. A portion of the organization's net profits supports organizations working to improve the lives of children and families around the globe. Each December, the Coins For Change online giving campaign lets players vote on where some of those donations will go.

In recent years, the kids who play Club Penguin have helped more than two million people get medical care, enabled 200,000 children to go to school and helped protect more than a dozen endangered species and their habitats. In addition, last fall, players submitted their drawings for the opportunity to have their art featured in a mural on the wall of a school in Haiti that donations from Disney Online Studios and Club Penguin helped rebuild.

"From dressing up and role playing during the Earth Day party to sharing their ideas on how to help those affected by the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan, our players never cease to amaze us with their passion for changing the world, and we really want to nurture that passion," says Merrifield.

The $100,000 donation this Earth Day will support:

Projects to preserve wetland habitat and reduce overfishing in China – conducted by RARE

Projects to conserve and protect the African Painted Dog and the Snow Leopard – conducted through the Wildlife Conservation Network and

THANKS for the AMAZINGLY FUN Earth Day Party 2011 Club Penguin :)

In the Club Penguin Times Newspaper we have an EPF related message :)

…The Name Saraapril is now Bold on Tour Guide  Postcards and some other Cards :) Here you can see how it looked earlier :) Payday in Club Penguin :)

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