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sure, we're all kids at heart! LOL! np

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Posted by ag on November 16, 2001 at 11:52:45:

In Reply to: are kids welcome too? im afraid ill end up being the only kid there np posted by Andy on November 15, 2001 at 22:02:13:

: : John Malone willl provide overviews of three ETHS funded projects. He will also share with us some of the more unusual amphibians and reptiles that occur in the Parque Nacional Carara in Cost Rica.
: : If you haven't made it to an ETHS meeting yet, or in a while, give it a try. The meeting will be held in the Brown Education Building at the Houston Zoo. Meetings are FREE. If you don't know anyone there Andrew Godambe or myself, Brian Williams will be glad to welcome you and introduce you to some of the other members. The meeting starts at 7:45 with free refreshments available before the meeting.

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