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Letters to the Editor – October 14, 2010

Heritage Center thanks Folklife Festival helpers

On behalf of the Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center, I wanted to thank the following students and organizations for their help with the Upper Peninsula Folklife Festival that was held on campus Sept. 10-11: Sarah Boyce, Bethany Buehrly, Julia Convissor, Cory Cole, Andrea Denham, Kim Denton, Sean DeTolve, Hanna Bell Gates, Caeleigh Girard, Ashley Grove, Stephanie Hahn, Kasia Lech, Erin Merritt, Lauren Slotta and Savanna Sturos.

Alpha Gamma Delta members Alyssa Arroyo, Jackie McCormick, Sarah Nadeau, Ashleigh Norris, Rachel Pawlowski and Katie Reed.

Gant Hall – Hero House residents Kaitlin Andersen, Justin Cox, Gena Haas, Andrew Piasecki, Tawny Valencia and Zack Wilkins.

Your assistance was essential to making it such a fun and exciting event.  Though it rained on Saturday, your spirits were not dampened, and that made all the difference.  Also, thanks to the NMU Volunteer Center for helping get the word out to folks on campus.

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Thanks again for all your help and we look forward to next year’s event.

Dan Truckey
Director
Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center

Vegetarian column had the right message

Thank you for publishing Robyn Goodman’s column on the many benefits of choosing vegetarian foods (“Vegetarianism is a healthy bet,” Oct. 7). Interest in plant-based eating is growing, and for good reason: eating more animal-friendly foods while decreasing (or eliminating) our consumption of animal products has been shown to improve our health, lessen our environmental footprint, and reduce animal suffering. With so many delicious alternatives to meat, milk, and eggs, we can enjoy cruelty-free versions of our favorite foods at every meal. And, with all the problems in our world, it’s good to know that each of us can stand up for humans, animals and the environment every time we sit down to eat. Learn more at TryVeg.com.

Max Fischlowitz-Roberts
Communications Coordinator
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