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    As you may know, Zach Warren, a Cambridge, MA student, is preparing to
    attack the 'fastest 100 miles on a unicycle' official Guinness World
    Record. This will be a sponsored record attempt (planned for 10 May
    2006), for the benefit of the Mobile Mini Circus for Children in
    Afghanistan. See his website at http://www.unicycle4kids.org/ .

    I just received the information that Zach features in a photo lecture
    and Q/A on 29 November in Boston, MA. Your chance to personally meet a
    future world record holder! The full information is as follows:

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    What's a Circus Doing in War-torn Afghanistan?

    A photo lecture and Q/A open to the public

    Tuesday, Nov. 29th

    5:30 pm

    In the Sperry Room of Andover Hall

    Harvard Divinity School

    45 Francis Ave., Cambridge, MA

    Featured Speakers:

    Ansar Rahel: a legal advocate for humanitarian and arts
    organizations, including the Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children
    (MMCC), a child protection project in Kabul. Rahel is currently the
    only licensed American and Afghan attorney practicing in Afghanistan.

    Seth Bloom: a professional teacher, artist, and performer who has
    worked in Afghanistan in the summers of 2002-2005 to help train the
    first generation of post-war Afghan artists though the MMCC.

    Zach Warren: a student at Harvard Divinity School who is
    researching children's laughter patterns. During the summer of 2005,
    he lived, toured, and conducted workshops with the MMCC.

    Brought to you by:

    The Harvard Divinity Jugglers, Harvard Divinity Arts & The Office of
    Ministerial Studies
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    Klaas Bil - Newsgroup Addict
    --
    "erectile function trumps public image - David Stone, commenting on the importance of seat comfort"

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