Volume 13, Issue 23 ~ June 9 - 15, 2005

 
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Savoring Free Food for Thought

Dear Bay Weekly:
Anyone who didn’t attend the Free Food for Thought forum on Wednesday, June 1, at London Town missed a very special occasion. Thank you, Bay Weekly, for providing us the opportunity to meet and hear the three distinguished guest speakers: Howard Ernst, Tom Horton and Bill Lambrecht. Each of the speakers shared a wealth of knowledge. The setting on the South River in Historic London Town and Garden provided the perfect backdrop for this event. It was a great way to celebrate Bay Weekly’s 12th anniversary.

Thank you, too, for Bay Weekly’s commitment to raising awareness of environmental issues. We all need reminders of the Bay’s fragility and how we each impact the Bay every day.

—Eliot M. Girsang, Chesapeake Beach


Dear Bay Weekly:
I enjoyed seeing old friends and meeting many new people who all care and love the Bay at your Food for Thought forum. As I was riding the Metro into D.C. the next day I started Bill Lambrecht’s Big Muddy Blues and almost missed my stop. I already know I will enjoy reading about Big Muddy as much as I did when I paddled there in the bull boat last May.

When the American public understands that the water, our life’s blood, is truly our most treasured asset, then we can expect the behavior we need to save our world water at all costs.

Thanks for hosting the living waters forum. They should happen more often.

—Abby Ybarra, North Beach


Dear Bay Weekly:
The wonderful Bay Weekly staff did a terrific job with the book party and forum. Thank you so very much for including me and my husband, Tom. We both enjoyed ourselves — and learned a few things in the process.

—Margaret Tearman, Huntingtown


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