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OK, So using my amazing powers of deduction, it must be the case that David James has #10, so I can now say with all certainty that the final LCD Projector distribution list was as follows:
LCD #10 went to David James and the Quakers of Palo Alto, CA,
LCD #7 went to Matt Sherman and the La Leche League of New Jersey,
LCD #8 went to Carl Stevenson and the Lehigh WildCare Organization,
LCD #19 went to John Hawkins and Troop #39 of the Boy Scouts of America, NE Georgia Region, and
LCD #13 went to Paul Nikolich and the Injilicoms Organization of rural Kenya, Africa.
We will probably have several more old projectors for available for donation at the July Plenary Session in San Francisco, so it's not too early to be thinking about a favorite candidate organization that is registered as a 501(3)c-qualified charitable non-profit organization. I would ask those that have already scored one projector to hold-off on requesting another until the others have a chance to get their bids in first. Each organization needs to file an official letter of request identifying themselves as 501(3)c-qualified organization and providing their TaxID#. Choice priority for the recycle-able LCDs is given in the order that the request letters are received.And let the games begin .... :-)
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