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"Dear Gail, Hello! I’d like to mention two things: Purdue Energy Forum and the 4th Annual Richard G. Lugar Energy Summit on September 14th, 2012. Please visit our Homepage for more info or our AGreenerIndiana page for the Summit information."
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I am an artist who works with all ages and all materials. I regularly use recycled materials from the Bloomington Recycle Center's "Materials for the Arts Program". I create community interactive arts pieces as part of the annual Lotus World Music Festival in Bloomington. I am one of many who volunteer for the Lotus Arts and Education Foundation and am dedicated to making a difference in my community and the world
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At 12:58pm on July 17, 2012, Anthony Wurl said…

Dear Gail, Hello! I’d like to mention two things: Purdue Energy Forum and the 4th Annual Richard G. Lugar Energy Summit on September 14th, 2012. Please visit our Homepage for more info or our AGreenerIndiana page for the Summit information.

 
 
 

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