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3 Comments

  1. clarkje said,

    Stacy….wow! Great job! You have a lot of info. and your layout is nice. I haven’t read everything in your Culture Site pages. I was looking at everyone else’s blogs for help with my own organization, etc. I’ll read yours later though for review. Again…nice job!!!

  2. riversk said,

    Jennifer, very nicely done. Other than what I wrote on individual pages, I really didn’t find myself asking any questions. I like how each page is not too long, which I think helps keep the reader focused and interested.

    Kendall

  3. riversk said,

    sorry…. I’ve written Jennifer on all my comments. I am sooo sorry, Stacy. I made myself a list of all the sites to look at, and I got a little off between my list and the site I was viewing. Again, I am so sorry.

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