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in-kind PSA

  • Subject: [cg] in-kind PSA
  • From: Grow19@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 09:33:05 EDT

The PSA seems like a good idea and is a generous offer we should accept.

If the 'confusion' over which came first in the mission cannot be resolved 
quickly enough, the mission as is should be used.  It serves us well so far.

The message should be as suggested, but really needs to include the words 
healing and renewal.  

Judy Tiger

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