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I am with the Community Outreach Petnership Center (COPC) at Vanderbilt 
University and we are in the process of developing a community garden.  Our 
thought is to let one organization sing for the insurance and our organzation 
make the payments.  Is this possible?  We are wondering if a claim were filed, 
if it would be a problem for our organization which is making the payments?  If 
this does not sound like a good idea or is not possible, could you still give 
suggestions for good insurance companies?
Thank you,
Abi Ramsey

Ramsey, Jennifer Abigail
Vanderbilt University
Email: jennifer.a.ramsey@Vanderbilt.Edu

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