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We recently received a message from crvnetter Elsa Gilbertson
(National Register Specialist, Vermont Division for Historic
Preservation), which contained several positive comments about
crvnet. Noting that she finds the list to be "a very useful tool to
get the word out about items of interest," she reported that she
encourages people to sign up and make more use of it. She also
wondered how we might keep reminding people about this "great
service."

Please feel free to forward the following information about
subscribing (and posting) to crvnet to friends and colleagues whom
you think might be interested in learning about our electronic
discussion list. We also invite you to suggest other ways of
publicizing the list and increasing its level of activity.

Remember: The more you post to the list, the more
active and useful it becomes!

The Center for Research on Vermont Welcomes Subscriptions
and Postings to Its Electronic Discussion List, crvnet

The Center for Research on Vermont at the University of Vermont
maintains an electronic discussion list, crvnet, for the exchange of
information about topics of interest to the Vermont research
community. Postings about Vermont research news and related events
are welcome.

You do not need to to subscribe to post a message to the list, but
subscriptions are encouraged.

To subscribe to crvnet, send an email message to
<[log in to unmask]>. In the body of the message, type

    subscribe crvnet your-firstname your-lastname

Note:    Please leave the subject area of the message blank.
Note 2: There is no need to type your email address in the body of
the message because the system will extract it automatically from your message.

To post a message about a forthcoming event or other Vermont
research-related information, send your email message to
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Many thanks to Elsa Gilbertson for her comments and to all of you
for helping us spread the word!

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Kristin Peterson-Ishaq
Coordinator, Center for Research on Vermont
University of Vermont
Nolin House, 589 Main Street
Burlington, VT 05401-3439
Telephone: 802/656-4389
Email: [log in to unmask]