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Kimberlie Kranich
by Tucker (m1sstuck3r)
at March 23rd, 2006 (09:57 pm)
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Hi, kiddos!

Just letting everyone know that I e-mailed Kimberlie Kranich yesterday (she's the one in charge of Womyn Making Waves on WEFT 90.1; the radio station that Janelle, Erin and I are going to speak on at 2:00 PM on April 2nd) and updated her on the new developments concerning Mr. Ryan and Mahomet-Seymour High School in general.

She was very happy to hear of the "compromise".  Being that she was one of the adults to hear/see what went on last year, she was very appreciative of the drastic difference between the way the administration and faculty handled it last year and the way it appears they're going to handle it this year.  Remember, April 2nd at 2:00 PM on WEFT 90.1; Erin, Janelle and I will be speaking about The National Day of Silence and the development of our administration "compromising" through the entirety of it.

Keep thinking of ideas for the display case and everyone have a great rest of spring break (I'm not sure that last bit was grammatically correct... oh well).

- As Always -
Tucker

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Posted by: geepeeme (geepeeme)
Posted at: March 24th, 2006 07:02 pm (UTC)

Posted by: Tucker (m1sstuck3r)
Posted at: March 24th, 2006 07:19 pm (UTC)
Awesome!!!
Angel

Great, thanks!!!

- As Always -
Tucker

Posted by: foxyjo09 (foxyjo09)
Posted at: March 25th, 2006 02:24 am (UTC)
:)

Looking forward to it. Thanks for the update!

Janelle

Posted by: Tucker (m1sstuck3r)
Posted at: March 25th, 2006 05:17 pm (UTC)
:-D
Angel

Great, just remember to keep that time free. I don't anticipate it being more than three hours (if even that). I seem to remember that it was about two hours last time... but I'll have to double check with Erin on that one.

As soon as I get back into Champaign I'll try to dig out the CD of last year's show so that you can listen to it. I've been searching for it the past few days and as soon as I find it I'll make a copy for you.

- As Always -
Tucker