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Thursday, May. 10, 2001 at 2:30 AM
firstname.lastname@example.org Info: Geoffrey Smith, (619) 299-1741
FRIDAY, MAY 11TH, 2001 @ 7PM. SDSU's Montezuma Hall.
Julia Butterfly Hill became a hero to environmentalists and a pariah to
the logging industry when she ascended a 180-foot redwood tree named 'Luna'
to protest the logging of Northern California's forests. Julia will be at
San Diego State University's Montezuma Hall, to share her experiences during
her successful effort to save the redwood grove, and convey her message of
love, hope and activism.
Tickets are .00 for students, .50 for general public, and are
available at: Aztec Center Ticket Office, (619) 594-6947, or any
Ticketmaster Location. Sponsored by the Sierra Club and the Student
Environmental Action Committee (SEAC) at San Diego State University.
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