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1,000 Origami Cranes: Japan Disaster Relief Effort

Location: PB 9, Room 6

All members of the UH Hilo and HawCC who are unable to make the origami crane workshop (3/17) are welcome to stop by the Center for Global Education and Exchange (PB 9, Room 6) from Wednesday (3/16) to Friday (3/18) between 10 am to 2 pm.

The origami cranes with a personal message will be sent to Japan to
convey our aloha in this time of crisis.

A voluntary donation of $1.00 for a sheet of origami is welcomed.

All proceeds go to Japan Red Cross on behalf of the UH Hilo student, faculty and staff.

This effort is coordinated by UH Hilo Geography Department and the Center for Global Education & Exchange.

For more information, contact: dkapp@hawaii.edu 933-3495

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