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Re: DC

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croberts (b2w6w4kn)
Mon, 29 Mar 1999 16:27:50 -0500


>Did anyone who went to DC get the free copies of my book, Mudworks...
MaryAnn

MaryAnn....I was in DC but didn't get the book...sorry I missed it!

And as Reatha said, it WAS great to put faces with names. I know that a lot
of the "ArtsEdNetters" that were in DC were not able to go to the
reception...I hope you'll be able to next time....also, many thanks to Getty
and all the wonderful things you have done for art education. It has
certainly made a big impact on "my teaching". And thanks to all those who
presented in DC.... I'm already looking forward to next year's convention
in LA....

Carolyn from North Carolina where "Real Men Marry Teachers".....

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>>It was so great to meet everyone in DC! And many thanks to the Getty for
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>>wonderful reception. I only wish that I could have stayed longer. Now when
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>>write someone, I have a face in my mind. Sid does not have black hair!
Bunki
>>is just as energetic in person as she is on line. Sharon is just as
>>delightful
>>as I thought she would be. Maggie does not have blonde hair. Carolyn is a
>>blast. I could go on forever but it would only bore those who were not
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>>be there. I just want to say: try to be there next time. It is wonderful
to
>>meet everyone and put a face with the name and online personality. WHAT A
>>GREAT GROUP OF PEOPLE WE ARE!!! I am looking forward to another year of
>>corresponding and LA.
>>Reatha
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>MaryAnn F. Kohl
>maryann
>http://www.brightring.com/books
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