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Subject: [Leica] Update on LUG Yearbook and Project HOME
From: tedgrant at (Ted Grant)
Date: Sun Mar 9 13:41:01 2008

Hi Jim,

Wonderful news on the funds for folks.

It's a champion idea and I feel well worth the few extra dollars we as Leica
owners invest in helping others.



-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Jim
Sent: Saturday, March 08, 2008 3:45 PM
To: 'Leica Users Group'
Subject: [Leica] Update on LUG Yearbook and Project HOME


Today I rec'd a check covering our sales royalties for the 2007 LUG



As you may recall, when we created this past yearbook I added $5 to the base

cost for Project HOME, an organization in Philadelphia that assists homeless

individuals with housing, health care, and vocational training.  More about

this organization at


At any rate, the yearbook raised $552.10 in royalties, as of the quarterly

check. sends royalty checks as long as the figure exceeds $25 for

the quarter. 


If you would like to acquire (or preview) the 2007 


A reminder: a sixth of the year has passed.  Take pictures--I'll be

haranguing everyone for 2008 Yearbook images in a mere nine months.  A brief

overview of the rules:

Two images per contributor

Image files must be at least one meg jpgs.

While Leica use is encouraged, any camera will do for the image.

Every contributor gets a caption.

Images can be whatever you want.  However, from a personal standpoint if

there's some photo clinic somewhere where everyone is shooting lighthouses

and seashores, you can almost bet that there will be multiple shots of

lighthouses and seashores in the book.



Jim Shulman

Bryn Mawr, PA






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