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Thank You

posted by Geoff Smith

As I sign off from guest blogging this past week, I wanted to once again thank Bob Lawless for the opportunity.  Bob has been a tremendous resource, and it was extraordinarily generous for him to share some blog space with me.  It was great to be able to share Woodstock Institutes's perspective and be exposed to a new audience.

For those that are interested in our work, I recommend checking out our web site where there is a lot of content as well as great options for keeping up with what Woodstock is working on.  We have a regularly updated blog, Facebook page, Twitter feed, and e-mail list.

Cheers.

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