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From: "J.O.S. N." <>
Subject: Re: [TGF] Institutes, etc.
Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2010 16:07:41 -0500
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I want to chime in to say that Samford is a great experience even if you do
not stay in the dorms. I have family in Homewood (where Samford actually is)
and a grandson who would not understand if Grandma stayed in a dorm probably
within walking distance of his house. I've already pinned my "course 4
survival button" on a tote bag and am looking forward to spending days and
maybe one evening on campus this June. If you see someone at lunch but not
at breadfast or supper please say Hi.

Judy Newman
Montgomery County MD (suburban DC)


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