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  • Judi says:

    Hello
    I am the Assistant Manager for the Eugene Service Station. I have folks wanting applications for your services — how would we go about getting an app? do you require the clients to go to an office to pick up an app?
    Thank you!
    Judi

  • To Jennifer Frenzer- Knowlton,

    Hi, This is Debra, the advocate journalist from UO grad program.
    I am having public events on my graduate work with the NHS community. My contact info is through my website above, email and phone..

    June 1st is the day.
    Public presentation is at 4:30-5:45pm, Allen Hall, Rm141
    (This is where I will show only a clip of my work, speak briefly, then have speakers from NHS and advocates, like yourself to share on behalf of the goals and with the role of media)*
    *I was wondering if you are available to possibly participate as a speaker, just a few minutes and stick around to mingle with students, look at photos and comment on work?

    Prior, at 2:30-4pm in Room 230..It will be when I will defending my work to a panel, my advisor and couple of professors as my final project. It is open to public and ask questions and give feedback. You are also welcome also. Room size is limited.

    Please let me know your availability.
    Debra

    P.S. Of course, Scotty is welcome to join in and anyone else you might want to come.

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