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Our mission is create sustainable human interactions with the earth’s ecosystems one step at a time through education and implementation. Creating a relationship as global citizens that is motivated by the common good of the earth and our future generations.

Why Go Green?

Who’s Doing It?

All around us there is evidence that our steps have become more than a slightly beaten path. Our society’s impact has reached a point of insustainablity. The summers have gotten hotter and the storms have gotten worse, pollution fills our lungs and our waters are sprinkled with a dusting of waste. All of this you know, it is all around us.

People everywhere are going green from universities to large corporations to local governments.

Now I ask you, why not go green?

Even the fashion industry has gone green. Some of the world’s top fashion designers such as Marc Jacobs and Varsace are creating pieces made from earth-friendly materials.

Recycling has reached a new level as just about everything has a recycle bin now. Universities and businesses building their establishments with recycled materials and installing energy efficient and water saving utilities.

“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need, but not every man’s greed.” - Mohandas Gandhi


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1.Decrease your shower time. This reduces the amount of hot water that needs to be generated and saves you money. 2. Turn off your computer at night. The energy wasted is enough to laser print 800 sheets of paper. 3. Install compact fluorescent light bulbs. It uses less energy than incandescent light bulbs. 4. Close your fireplace damper when not in use. It allows the heat to go right out the chimney. 5. Look for the EnergyStar label when shopping for appliances. These are guarenteed to save energy.

With your car... 6. Keep your car’s engine tuned. It can improve gas mileage by 4 percent. 7. Combine errands into one trip. 8. Turn the engine off rater than letting it idle for more than a minute. 9. Keep tires inflated to recommended pressure.

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With your appetite... 10. Take your own mugs to coffee shops. 11. Eat local, eat seasonal, eat organic and eat less meat. 12. Aviod excess packaging or buy bulk so you have less to throw away. 13. Keep your fridge between 37 and 40 degrees F and your freezer between zero and 5 degrees. 14. Use the dishwasher. A full load in the dishwasher uses far less water than doing the same amount by hand. 15. Bring cloth bags to the grocery store instead of using plastic or paper.

“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need, but not every man’s greed.” - Mohandas Gandhi


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Elon’s Green Mission... Elon University’s mission statement says, in part, that “We integrate learning across the disciplines and put knowledge into practice, thus preparing students to be global citizens and informed leaders motivated by concern for the common good.” One of Elon’s goals is to teach its students all that is known about what results might be obtained by human interactions with the earths ecosystems so that its mission of producing global citizens and informed leaders motivated by the common good can be achieved.

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The new Colonnades residence area has been constructed with recycled materials and stocked with energy efficient appliances, designed to incorporate energy conservation sensors. Elon has required that 50 percent of the contractor’s wood materials come from responsible wood suppliers. EnergyStar appliances have been installed in residence halls and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies are used. Duplex printing in the Belk Library saves paper and energy by allowing both sides of paper printing and limited the amount of free pages printed in one command. A “night setback” program is being implemented in offices and classrooms. It lowers the temperature set point drastically during scarely occupied hours.

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Local, organic foods by Aramark are being served and sold in its dining facilities. Installation of dual flush hands on Flush Valve Toliets, low flow sink aerators and 1.6gpm showerheads. The “bio-bus” gives students rides throught campus and campus security now uses a new electric car. The recycling program has been increased drastically. They have placed at least 20 new outdoor recycling containers in high use, high volume locations throughout campus. Elon has created a recycling awareness campaign and has established consistency of colors, styles and labels on all recycling containers.

“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need, but not every man’s greed.” - Mohandas Gandhi


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Expressionism is an artistic style where the artists depicts reality and his or her emotions through distortion, exaggeration, primitivism, and fantasy. They do so by utilizing vivid, jarring, violent or dynamic stylistic elements. The Expressionist movement affected not only visual artists but also impacted architecture, music, sculpture, dance, theatre and music during the early 1900s.


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Expressionism Visual Artists Groups of artists never referred to themselves as “The Expressionists”. Those during the early 1900s were influenced by artists before them such as Vincent Van Gogh and Edvard Munch. American Expressionism was an integral part of American Modernism after World War II. Pictured from left to right are Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night”, El Greco’s “View of Toledo”, Wassily Kandinsky’s “Farbstudie Quadrate” and Franz Marc’s “Piggies”.


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Abstract expressionism was an American post-World War II art movement. It was one of the first American movements that achieved worldwide influence and one that also put New York City at the center of the art world. Jackson Pollock, as seen on the farthest left was one of the most reputable artists during this movement using a technique referred to as action painting. Arshile Gorky was another abstract painter during the time as can be seen in his painting "Garden in Sochi". Willem De Kooning's painting titled "Whose Name was Writ in Water� can be seen at the bottom left.


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The theme of this year’s Homecoming shirts Elon’s Homecoming is sponsored by the Student Government Association and open to all students wishing to participate in the events. Check back in September for more updates. This year events included Punt, Pass, Kick; Quiz Bowl; and Skit Night. Congratulations to all participants.

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Elections: Packets will be available in the SGA office and here on February 5th 2008. Those wishing to run for an elected office must return the packets by the due date of the 11th. Student Body Elections will be held the 19th and 20th of February. Get out and vote!

Outreach Events: Get excited for some great outreach events planned by your senators

Staff Appreciation: Help out SGA in celebrating

OAIC: The OAIC banquet plans are already under way. Don’t let your organization miss out. Look for more

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We called this gorgeous view of the city “the lookout” because all of Perugia was visible from the mountain our school was seated upon. The little restaurant in the foreground was a great place to grab a bite to eat and enjoy the view. This is the view from my friend’s apartment. From here, you could see all the way to Assisi in the distance. The wall from the medievil ages still stands giving Perugia the ancient feel it is infamous for.


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Eating a four- course meal that our Italian friends made for us. They cooked bruschetta, ravioli with pesto sauce, steak, and salad for us while we brought the wine!

“The Dream Team!� These guys were all best friends and just loved to have a good time. We went dancing with them every night and had a blast!

My roomates and I eating gelato outside one night after dinner. We had roomate dinners at least once a week where we either cooked or went out on the town. I lived with girls from all over the United States and formed relationships that will last my entire lifetime.


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Massachusetts. Since high school I have had a strong passion for design. This past summer I had an internship at an advertising agency and had the opportunity to learn more about design and its applications. Recently I have been channelling my passion for design through working with local clients to design flyers, advertisements and newsletters. I am a student at Elon University in North Carolina. I plan to graduate from Elon University in May 2009 with a B.A. in Corporate Communications and a minor in Digital Art. My dream job once I graduate would be to work for Costal Living Magazine doing page design and layout. For more information please view my RESUME.

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Gradient Tool- Allows you to fill an object or multiple objects with a gradient.

Color Swap- Allows you to swap the fill and stroke color. The solid box is the fill and the open box is the stroke.

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Free Transform Tool- Provides a way to transform an object with just one tool.

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Digital Art 1 For this assignment I had to create a series of ten images following a theme of pop culture. Since I have a passion for magazine design I chose to recreate ten different magazine covers from scratch. The images I used are pictures of my grandparents that are about fifty years old. My idea was to incorporating the old images with modern day magazine covers. Here are eight of the ten covers.

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About Ă–vida Ă–vida provides three type of distinct business solution services, consulting (risk management, investment criteria and business and financial models), training (multi-cultural negotiation, communication skills development and dispute avoidance) & mediation (International commercial dispute resolution) services. The service is specifically designed by experienced professionals to give global enterprises (management, business development, accounting, logistics and legal departments) effective solutions to their ongoing concerns in the booming and yet complex markets of the Middle East.

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Affiliations with Chambers of Commerce Övida’s customers are the global enterprises that have business and/or intend to have business in the Middle Eastern markets. The Middle Eastern markets are developing very rapidly with very unique characteristics that require global enterprises to be made aware of in order to develop an understanding and to measure the impact of those unique characteristics on their business model. Through the consulting and training tracks Övida’s services are designed to spread the awareness within the global enterprises and hence reducing the risk. The mediation service is designed to assist global enterprises to mediate their matters in order to maintain their presence in those markets. In the Middle Eastern markets, failure to mediate issues will result in losing market share. In addition to Övida’s and partners direct marketing within the global enterprises, Övida’s is a member of several chambers of commerce in major cities and work very closely with the chambers by introducing Övida’s services (consulting, training & mediation) to the chamber members.

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General Contact Information Övida worldwide contact is through the central customer service center in Waterloo, Belgium. The central customer service center is equipped with highly sophisticated e-mail & telephone and teleconferencing distribution to the three divisions with full transparency to our customers. In view of the nature of Övida’s mediation tasks a separate world wide contact is established directly to Övida’s founder and mediator. [ Legal disclaimer ]

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Josh Mitchell has worked as a commercial photographer for over 25 years. He graduated with honors from the Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara and also majored in English literature at the University of Missouri. Over the years Josh has earned a number of industry awards in the areas of communication arts, graphics, and print and art direction. In addition to his commercial projects, Josh is now passionately working on his fine art photography. He recently opened the Interpretive Images Gallery in Springfield, Missouri. < click for full-size image

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Abou “Imagine there’s no countries It isn’t hard to do. Nothing to kill or die for And no religion, too. Imagine all the people Living life in peace. You may say that I’m a dreamer But I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us And the world will be as one.”

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About Amnesty Amnesty International is a worldwide movement of people who campaign for internationally recognized human rights for all. Our supporters are outraged by human rights abuses but inspired by hope for a better world - so we work to improve human rights through campaigning and international solidarity.

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We have more than 2.2 million members and subscribers in more than 150 countries and regions and we coordinate this support to act for justice on a wide range of issues.

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Human Rights Issues Amnesty campaigns for human rights for all. Here are some of the issues that we deal with:

Armed Conflict Children Counter Terror and Justice Death Penalty Discrimination Economic, social and cultural rights Freedom of expression Indigenous Peoples Individuals at risk Refugees and migrants Sexual orientation and gender identity Violence against women

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Elon Chapter Our chapter originated in the spring of 2007 and is lead by passionate individuals who want to make a difference in the world for all of humanity. As we are such a young organization, we have many plans for the future. We have ensured local jewelers sell non-conflict diamonds and we’re planning “Amnesty Extravaganza Week.” It will take place in the fall of 2008 and it will include a prisoners of conscience demonstration, a sweat-free fashion show, a college coffee focused on human rights issues, and many other events.

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You can also come to our meetings which are held in Belk Library every Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m.

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The West Virginia Biometrics Initiative is growing the biometrics/identity management economy in North Central West Virginia. This site introduces you to WVBI through their vision, goals and leadership. It also highlights North Central West Virginiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s world-class biometrics and identity management assets. We also present the valuable resources available for Biometrics, Economic Development, Business Assistance, Venture Capital and Education. WVBI has also committed itself to staying informed about the biometrics and identity management fields. We post relevant news and our weekly newsletter for convenience.


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About Biometrics are measurable physical characteristics or personal behavioral traits used to recognize the identity or verify the claimed identity of an individual. A biometric system is an automated tool for measuring and evaluating these characteristics or traits for the purpose of human recognition. The vision of the West Virginia Biometrics Initiative is to focus on the existing West Virginia biometrics industry capacity to:

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It is the goal of the West Virginia Biometrics Initiative to have local industries and other partners collaborate on and participate in every major Federal biometrics Request for Proposal. West Virginia will have the organizational capability to interact with out-of-state biometrics players and to draw human and capital resources into the region. We want to serve as the catalyst to enhance the biometrics industry in West Virginia by:

Developing regional basic knowledge infrastructure Building regional capability Creating a regional biometrics marketing and branding strategy

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Biometrics Initiative A project of the I-79 Development Council Michael D. Kirkpatrick, serves as the Executive Director of the West Virginia Biometrics Initiative. Mike brings a wealth of experience in biometrics and identity management to this position, and is a world-recognized expert in the field. Mike retired as a Special Agent of the FBI on August 31, 2004, after a 26 ½ year career. At the time of his retirement, he was the FBI’s senior Assistant Director, having served as Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division for 42 months. In that capacity, he led the FBI’s largest Division into the realities of the post-9/11 world by finding ways to adapt the Nation’s existing law enforcement information technology infrastructure to support the Global War on Terrorism and by developing the world’s most extensive biometricallybased database of terrorist identities. In 2003, President George W. Bush recognized his leadership in the use of biometrics in the Global War on Terrorism by conferring on him the rank of Meritorious Executive. He was responsible for $1 Billion in information technology resident at the CJIS Division, including the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS).


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Allied Churches is an interdenominational non-profit agency that helps to meet the needs of the less fortunate. Through the power of Godâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s love, Allied Churches of Alamance County meets the basic needs of the lonely, hungry and homeless, while challenging and empowering them to become self-sufficient. Individuals staying at the emergency night shelter are provided with basic necessities; toiletries, dinner, clean bed, and a light breakfast.

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The Coat of Arms of Alpha Xi Delta consists of a shield supported by two griffins. In the golden band across the center of the shield is the Quill. Three conventional roses are at the top of the shield, and a broken sword is in the lower portion of the shield. Above the shield on the knightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s helmet is a twist of ribbon in alternating blue and gold, and a blossomed rose. The Fraternity flower is the pink rose, as chosen by our Founders. The colors of Alpha Xi Delta are Double Blue and Gold. The quill is worn by all initiated members of Alpha Xi Delta. The Fraternity adopted Al Fuzzie teddy bear as a mascot in 1974. The BetXi Bear mascot was adopted in 1989.


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CHOOSE CHILDREN Choose Children isn’t an organization - it’s an idea. Alpha Xi Delta gives members the flexibility to look in their communities and decide how they can best benefit children. For the Theta Nu chapter we typically spend afternoons at the local Burlington Boys and Girls Club as well as significant contribution to ElonThon, Elon’s fundraiser for Duke’s Children’s Hospital. Last year our chapter raised over $10,000 to build the Boys and Girls Club a new playground. Along with sponsors, KaBoom, Foster’s and NAA our dream became a reality on September 28, 2006 when we helped build the Boys and Girls Club the ultimate Playground. Other philanthropy events include Bump It Thump It, our annual beach volleyball tournament and our new campus wide Four Square Tournament. All of the money from these events goes towards Choose Children and the Boys and girls Club.


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From Spring to Fall, thousands of people, young and old, will suit-up and stepvaries into rafts that will Pricing depending on take them on theinadventure their the season which youofvisit lives. West Virginia. However, outfitting companies are With more than 25specials river on always featuring outfitters in West Virginia their websites which can and nine rivers to choose include anything fromfrom, free white water sure to provide meals rafting to freeislodging. excitement to everyone onlook your Overall, most visitors can trip! to spend around $100 on an all-day white water rafting Whether you are a returning trip. rafter or it is your very first time on a river, come see what West Virginia has to offer!


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The New River: The oldest river in the Western Hemisphere featuring Class II, III, and IV rapids The Gauley River: Features over 100 rapids and is separated into the Upper Gauley (III and V+ class rapids) and Lower Gauley (III and V class rapids). The Cheat: A 12-mile river featuring class III to V+ rapids The Tygart: Known as being one of the mightiest mountain rivers and features rapids from class I to class V

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Since 1959 General Caulking and Coatings Co., has been satisfying the waterproofing needs of General Contractors and building owners in Florida and the Caribbean. It is due to our stringent standards of integrity, professionalism, safety, and quality control that we have become one of the most respected waterproofing contractors in the industry.

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Hurricane Katrina Relief Elon University

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Some things you should know about Hurricane Katrina... Hurricane Katrina hit the gulf coast August 29, 2005. Katrina was so large it destroyed the gulf up to 100 miles away from where the hurricane actually hit. Katrina is estimated to have caused more than 81.2 billion dollars worth of damage to the gulf coast. Katrina is also responsible for approximately 2,000 deaths and counting. Elon University is taking an active stance in aiding victims of Katrina. There are many ways that YOU can make a difference. This website is built to emphasis the need of continuing support for the gulf coast. Elon is honored to support in the rebuilding and aid of the gulf coast.

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If you have not had the amazing opportunity to pariticipate in a service trip and would like to do so the following trips are available through Elon University in the near future: Fake Break: January 25- 29, 2007 Spring Break: March 18- 24. 2007 And many more trips are available through Elon Universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kernodle Center. Remember if you are unable to give your time, donations are also helpful, monetary donations can be taken at the link below.

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nstitute of religion is FUN! It is also a safe haven from the pressures, trials, and challenges of the world. Institute is concerned with education for eternity and provides an opportunity for students to be touched and nurtured by the Spirit. Regular weekday classes are conducted on a variety of religious subjects, and students are provided an opportunity to associate spiritually, socially, and culturally with others of similar ideals. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We hope that all for whom these programs are available will take advantage of them. Knowledge of the gospel will be increased, faith will be strengthened, and you will enjoy wonderful associations and friendships with those of your own kindâ&#x20AC;? President Gordon B. Hinckley


Skillz on Wheelz Home Event Basics NCEWHA

Come play Wheelchair Basketball! Join us at Elon University’s First Annual Wheelchair Basketball Tournament! This 3 on 3 basketball tournament will take place in Alumni Gym, where participants will learn the game of wheelchair basketball. All proceeds for this event will be going to the North Carolina Electric Wheelchair Hockey Association.

Monday, November 6, 2006 Alumni Gym, in Koury Athletic Center 7:00­ –10:00pm A minimum of three players are required for each team, with a maximum of six players. Registration fee per team is $15.00. Download a registration form here. Or, come support the teams...

Student Admission: $2.00

General Admission: $5.00 Monday, November 6, 2006 @ Alumni Gym, 7:00 –10:00pm

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Event Basics Wheelchair basketball is played in accordance with NCAA rules with a few exceptions in regard to the wheelchair. The height of the basket, size of the floor, and the three-point line are all the same as college basketball. Our idea in putting on this event is to help Elon University students understand what it is like to live life in a wheelchair. In this way, we are “doing” what we are discussed, as opposed to only “seeing” the issues.

Rules of the Game In the game of wheelchair basketball, the wheelchair is considered a piece of game equipment. The players must remain firmly in their seats, not using any of the lower body to gain an unfair advantage. Refferees will focus on calling traveling violations, four-second violations, and physical-advantage fouls. The chair is considered part of the player, therefore, general rules of contact in basketball apply at all times to the wheelchair and person as well. Monday, November 6, 2006 @ Alumni Gym, 7:00 –10:00pm

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NCEWHA The North Carolina Electric Wheelchair Hockey Association was created in 2003 by Jonathan Greeson. His idea was to develop a quality hockey program for people in North Carolina who require the use of an electric wheelchair in daily life. Part of NCEWHA’s mission is to provide an avenue to help disabled people emotionally as well give them a physical activity to participate in.

Mission Our mission is to provide a quality hockey program for those who require the use of an electric wheelchair in daily life in the North Carolina area. Through Powerhockey™ we will educate the people of North Carolina on the abilities of disabled athletes. PowerHockey™ allows wheelchair bound hockey enthusiasts to participate regardless of their upper body strength. Unlike some other wheelchair sports such as basketball, rugby, etc, our sport allows everyone in power wheelchairs to participate in a team sport, giving them the joy of competition while gaining self-confidence and building qualities such as teamwork and sportsmanship. Monday, November 6, 2006 @ Alumni Gym, 7:00 –10:00pm

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Alpha Omicron Pi One Motto, One Badge, One Bond, and Singleness of Heart

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Philanthropy In 1967, after several focus groups and surveys, AOII adopted Arthritis Research and recently Juvenile Arthritis. Since 1967, when AOII adopted the Arthritis Foundation and Canadian Arthritis Society as the international philanthropy, over $ 1 million has been raised by AOIIâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s to help researchers find a cure for this crippiling disease that, so often, targets women as victims. The Epsilon Chi chapter of AOII puts on a dodgeball tournament each year to help raise money for arthritis research.

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Arthritis Foundation Arthritis is one of the most prevalent chronic health problems and the nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading cause of disability among Americans over age 15. Arthritis is second only to heart disease as a cause of work disability. Arthritis limits everyday activities such as walking, dressing and bathing for more than 7 million Americans. Arthritis results in 39 million physician visits and more than a half million hospitalizations. Costs to the U.S. economy totals more than $86.2 billion annually. Arthritis affects people in all age groups including nearly 300,000 children. Baby boomers are now at prime risk. More than half those affected are under age 65. Half of those Americans with arthritis donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think anything can be done to help them. Arthritis refers to more than 100 different diseases that affect areas in or around joints. Arthritis strikes women more often than men.

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daniel edwin carey: percussion;

born May 10, 1961. Grew up in a very typical, middle-class American house in Paola, Kansas. He studied music for over three years at the University of Missouri. Danny is 6'5". He had a couple of offers to play basketball at small colleges, but knew he wasn't good enough to play major college basketball or to go pro.  In 1986, Danny moved to Los Angeles.

adam jones: guitar;

born January 15th 1965. The creative mind behind the intense videos of Tool, Adam Jones did not have training with the guitar. He did, however, go to film school on scholarship. He also studied at the Hollywood Makeup Academy and worked for such movies as Terminator 2 and Jurassic Park. Originally from Illinois, he played violin throughout his school years.

justin chancellor: bass guitar;

born November 19, 1971. Justin first met Tool in New York, and kept in touch with band members for a couple of years until Justin's band (in England), "Peach," did a tour with Tool in Europe in 1994. When original bassist Paul D'Amour left to play guitar in Lusk, Tool gave Justin a call. At first Justin turned them down. But then decided he couldn't deny himself the opportunity.

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Josh Mitchell has worked as a commercial photographer for over 25 years. He graduated with honors from the Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara and also majored in English literature at the University of Missouri. Over the years Josh has earned a number of industry awards in the areas of communication arts, graphics, and print and art direction. In addition to his commercial projects, Josh is now passionately working on his fine art photography. He recently opened the Interpretive Images Gallery in Springfield, Missouri. < click for full-size image

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Color can influence our emotions, our actions and how we respond to various people, things and ideas. Much has been studied and written about color and its impact on our daily lives. But one aspect of color holds true in every corner of the world. The colors we chose are not arbitrary, but hold personal meaning for us. We definitely have certain colors that “attract us”, and other colors we can not even stand to wear or have around us. The colors we chose are deliberate, carefully selected, and have personal meaning to us as an expression of “who we are”. The colors we chose, to decorate our homes, flourish in our gardens, and adorn our body and personal spaces have a lot to offer us in the way of personal insight about what is going on inside, our innermost feelings and emotions. Many people believe that each color has its own power. Here are some of the meanings of colors and the energies contained in their corresponding stones. Read the descriptions and look at your surrounds, your wardrobe, your living spaces. What is your primary color? Your preferences? What colors bother you?


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Pink Symolizes: Love, Beauty Pink is the color of universal love. Pink is a quiet color. Lovers of beauty favor pink. A pink carnation means â&#x20AC;&#x153;I will never forget youâ&#x20AC;?. Pink gemstones abound with loving vibrations. They are used for calming and relaxing both the body and the mind. These can attract new love, strengthen love that is already present, offer a soothing effect to troublesome relationships, and promote love of self.


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Yellow Symbolizes: wisdom, joy, happiness, intellectual energy The shade of yellow determines the meaning. Pure, bright and sunny yellow is the easiest color to see. People who are blind to other colors can usually see yellow. Yellow is full of creative and intellectual energy. Always use yellow note pads. Yellow symbolizes wisdom. Yellow means joy and happiness. People of high intellect favor yellow. Yellow daffodils are a symbol of unrequited love. Yellow-green can mean deceit. Sundayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s color is yellowgold. Yellow gemstones can promote the ability to express oneself. They are excellent stones for writers and public speakers to increase eloquence. The yellow stones stimulate movement and mental awareness.


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Unique Creations was founded in 1954 by arts and crafts lovers, Jennifer and Christopher Todd. Our original concept of providing a low overhead marketplace where artists and craftspeople could sell their unique creations direct to the public remains the cornerstone of this business. The first Unique Creations Festival was held in Gaithersburg, Maryland in the spring of 1958. Over 10,000 people came out to see the 200 artisans we had gathered together. A success was declared by all and soon Unique Creations was on its way! The focus of these shows has always been on contemporary crafts and fine art. Some top quality folk art is accepted, however, the majority of what is considered “country crafts” or “home crafts” is not our niche. Unique Creations shows needed to be something special - a real treat for our audience to enjoy. Over the past thirty years the Unique Creations Festivals have grown in popularity. Artists from across the nation now compete for the 300-500 spaces available in each show. Over fifteen shows are held each year in major metropolitan areas like Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Detroit, Hartford and New York. Each year Unique Creations Festivals attract over 350,000 patrons who purchase over $20 million in original arts and crafts direct from the artists. Attendance grows gradually each year and sales continue to grow for our artists. Thanks to all of you for your support and suggestions throughout the years. We look forward to serving you for years to come.

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