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I'm thinking of being a table person this weekend.  I'm not sure if I  
can be there the whole time (trying to finish a crazy late group  
paper from last semester!), but I can commit to some of the time at  
least.  Jacquie and I have an idea to have a background slideshow  
going for both the competition and the banquet.  If whoever could  
send me photos from the Nicaragua stuff (maybe with captions?), or  
other EWB events, I can put it together with "possible project  
partner" Honduras stuff.  (Shanta-do you have to posters?)

I hope to have some EWB friends there with me!

-Nicole



On Nov 27, 2007, at 9:49 PM, Jacqueline Elizabeth Bell wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>
>  This saturday there is the annual TASC competition where 56 high  
> school teams will be competing in a design.  It runs from 7:45 am  
> to 1:00pm including set-up and clean-up.  Nathan and I are going to  
> be judges in the competition.  We are looking for ewb members to  
> have a table for part of the competition at the event.  We could  
> have the kayak, sell tickets, ask for donations, and create  
> awareness about our group.  Other UVM engineering clubs will be  
> there as well.  Please contact dawn densmore for more information:
>
>  "Dawn Densmore" <[log in to unmask]>
>
> If you can work the table or would like to be a judge please let me  
> know asap!
>
> thanks,
> Jacquie

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