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At 3:18pm on February 28, 2011, Heather K said…

Dillon, Glad to hear of your talk at ReSources tonight! I think the room may be full!  You'll do great!

 I've posted a link to your event also on my facebook page, and forwarded some invites to pass the word! I may miss the presentation due to another event. I'm guessing someone will be there to video. If so, post a link in the future on your event page! (Sometimes James Bauckman in Ferndale & on TW site does videoing- )

Here is link to Thomas L's Democracy School video, gotta scroll down on the page to see -
At 11:27pm on October 2, 2009, Heather K said…
Dillon, Thanks for speaking up at the Oct 1st event during the question portion. I appreciate your style of both writing & speaking. I hope you keep showing up, speaking up, and staying alert to what you observe and to the callings of your heart.

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