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Our 40th anniversary events are all about connecting with you, our readers!

This year, to celebrate the momentous occasion of High Country News turning 40, we plan to throw a HUGE weeklong party: at least 40 FUNdraising parties (40 parties for 40 years) to be exact. To be successful, we need your help to host or attend a party in your town (the week of Earth Day, April 17th-25th, 2010) that brings together your local community of High Country News fans and newcomers alike.

This feisty little nonprofit organization has been through a lot over the years, and we wouldn’t be here without you. So join our cause to sustain High Country News for the next 40 years and beyond:

  • introduce High Country News to new readers
  • grow our community of "People who care about the West"
  • fundraise for our Research Fund, which pays our reporters and photographers to get on the ground in the West

Seattle, WA

High Country News board member Dan Stonington is hosting a public event in Seattle, WA.

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High Country News board member Dan Stonington is hosting a public event in Seattle, WA.
47.636643 -122.31324
Where Seattle, Washington
When Apr 22, 2010
from 07:30 PM to 10:00 PM
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Celebrate 40 years of High Country News
and
35 years of Cooper Island wildlife observations

Special guest George Divoky will share stories of his summers
on a tiny Alaskan island observing seabirds,
avoiding polar bears  and recording climatic changes.

6:30-9:00 PM
Thursday  April 22, 20101922
15th Ave East, Seattle, WA  98112
Buffet and Beverages

 

Donations requested to High Country News Research Fund or Friends of Cooper Island     
(both are 501(c)(3) organizations)

RSVP  to Louise Stonington  206 322-7193 or lstoning@msn.com or
Dan Stonington 206 715-2368  or  daniel.stonington@gmail.com

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arla
arla
Mar 16, 2010 03:43 PM
dan! this is arla, one of the former interns. I'll see if I can make this, but it'd be easier if it were on a Friday! :)