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This month Helping Hands Network founder, Tim Frentz, publicly introduced the Hawkins Texas Learning Center fundraiser to the local community.

The Network set up a booth at the Hawkins Festival and representatives of local media interviewed Frentz to help us spread awareness.

The teaser and one FULL interview was released today on

https://www.facebook.com/empowermentcdc

Hawkins booth promo

 

 

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The full issue can be purchased at this link:

https://tinyurl.com/y7cnnrqt

The feature of this issue is about the Community Zen Center we are trying to fund in Hawkins Texas. This is an effort to provide a center for the community to learn about positive change issues like Gardening, Renewable Energy, Art creation and communal networking through events like shared meals & movie and game nights.

The center has a dedicated fundraiser page and blog here:
https://freehelpinghands.wordpress.com/2017/12/06/hawkins-tx-community-center-fundraiser/

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The Helping Hands Network can assist people in many ways. The list is long so we are posting it on the blog so it can materialize as we add to it. Our http://netvibes.com/HelpingHandsNet website becomes crowded as we add lists so the blog is a simpler way to organize them.

 

We have a long list of partners and supporters. If your company would like to get involved and help others in need for reduced rates, please message us to work out the details.

 

We have divided our current SERVICES by categories below.

 

EMERGENCY SERVICES

-Fundraising

-On site visits

-Repairs

-Care Networking (Stranded in

-Legal Consulting

 

TECHNICAL SERVICES

-Smart Phone Service (Data backup, App training, Performance improvement, Selling & Buying assistance, Music/Media organizing)

-Computer Service (Data backup, Software training, Performance improvement, Selling & Buying assistance, Video/Media editing, Music/Media organizing, hardware repair, accessory/printer/camera consulting)

 

MECHANICAL SERVICES

-Car Repair (Purchase consulting, detailing, repairs, maintenance)

-Mechanical item repairs

 

BUSINESS SERVICES

-Business Planning, Marketing, Social Media design & management

-Business Networking and lead sharing

-Interior Design (Staging, product placement)

 

ARTISTIC SERVICES

-Art Creation, creative consulting, design (We upload pictures of our inventory for sale on our facebook pages at:

https://www.facebook.com/FreeHelpingHands/media_set?set=a.102400577164.121648.515817164&type=3

https://www.facebook.com/FrEnTzs-SeRvIcEs-211699098845102/?fref=ts

and sometimes our eBay store at http://myworld.ebay.com/Frentzs )

 

WELLNESS SERVICES

-Yoga instruction (currently in Texas but available through WEB CAM sessions)

-Meditation

-Fit Training

-Reiki and Crystal stone energy sessions

Updates are posted at: https://www.facebook.com/FrEnTzs-SeRvIcEs-211699098845102/?fref=ts

 

HOME SERVICES

-*See our latest blog for all our home building, remodeling and maintenance services at:

https://freehelpinghands.wordpress.com/2016/01/04/building-remodeling-tips/

This fall we are working on helping restore a farm in northeast Nebraska, fixing autos and winterizing for Native friends, volunteering at CommunityCrops.org to increase youth programs in Lincoln NE area community gardens and much more to be reported in coming blog updates.

We are also now adding a blog titled “Americana Picts for Fundraising”

High res files of these picture are now available for any sized donation which will go to the projects causes listed above. One picture will be added each day (we hope) for several weeks to come.

“Applez in the Sky” 

“The white Knight”

– you can only see signs of the presence but he/she is near to rescue you when you need. (Part of the daily Helping Hands Americana photo Series being sold tø raise money for fall community garden & farm projects)

“Free Range’n on the Prairie”

“Wind Milled”

“Privy-cy”

Here is a current list of the donated items we have to sell to raise funds for our charitable causes.

We only sell on eBay after items have been on advertised on Craigslist and Facebook for a few months. eBay is your last chance to donate before the item is GONE!!!  myworld.ebay.com/Frentzs

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Auto Stuff 

Honda Emblem, Ranger Emblem, Ford Emblem, Nova Emblems (3), Regal Emblem 
Chevy Floor Shifter Cover part#355399-H, 400-S, 3996820-S, 6819-H 
GM motor mount buffer in box Part#75J9 #3927019 
Chevy Chrome Cig Lighter Center Floor P#C-10606A 
Wood Shifter Ball 

Books 
1885 Shakespeare Books (Mershon Comp. Publishers) NYC Vol. III, V, and VII $40 each. 
1968 Walt Disney’s “Goofy in Giant Trouble” (A Big LIttle Book) #5751 $10 
1973 Casper TV Tales #2 (Tempo Books) Paper Back Excellent Condition $10 
1963 The Wizard of OZ (Grosset & Dunlap) Hard Cover 
Jake Logan 1970s Western Collection $5 /ea. 
Louis L’Amour 1970s Western Collection $5/ea. 
1960s Playboy Publishing Paperbacks 
Stephen King “The Shining” 1977 edt.1 (Book Club Print) R52 pg.447 $30 
How to Grow When Markets Don’t $5 ISBN#446531774 
1951 Bedtime Tales (Big Golden Book) in Color $30 

Adult Magazines 1999-2003 (PB) PH 9/1989 20th Anv. Spin 1970s $varies 

Finding Your Place in the Country ISBN#020892004 $5 
China US Policy 1945-1980 (Congressional Quarterly) FREE 
1963 LIFE w/ JFK Commemorative 11/29/63 Issue $15 
1964 LIFE w/ Oswald Issue 2/1964 Issue (Ruff Edges and Cover cut) $5 
1967 LOOK 2/1967 JFK Commemorative $10 

CAMERA’s 

1960 Kodak Brownie Starmite $15 
1950’s Kodak Brownie Hawkeye $15 
1960’s Keystone Capri K-30 Windup 8MM Video Camera $25 
1960’s Kodak M2 Instamatic 8MM Video Camera $25 
1970’s Polaroid Captiva SLR 95 Film Camera $10 
1980’s Canon AF35M Camera $10 
1980’s Canon FD 50mm 1:1.4 S.S.C. Lens $50 

COLLECTIBLES 

1993 Precious Moments “Seeds” Fiqurine $10 
1993 Precious Moments “Sugar Town Chapel” $20 
1960s-70s Comics 

Baseball Cards (1987-1995) 
Jim Abbott, Sandy Alomar Jr., Roberto Alomar, Moises Alou, Kevin Appier, Bobby Bonilla 
Craig Biggio, Jay Buhner, Jose/Ozzie Canseco, Wes Chamberlain, David Cone 
Delino Deshields, Doug Drabek, Shawon Dunston, Scott Erickson, Alex Fernadez 
Junior Felix, Travis Fryman, John Franco, Ron Gant, Bernard Gilkey, Tom Glavine 
Juan Gonzalez, Tom Gordon, Mike Greenwell, Marquis Grissom, Pete Incaviglia, Bo Jackson 
Gregg Jefferies, Ricky Jordan, Wally Joyner, John Kruk, Roberto Kelly, Les Lancaster 
Chuck Knoblauch, Mark Langston, Ray Lankford, Barry Larkin, Al Leiter, Kenny LOFTON, Pat Listach, 

1960’s Pocket Knives 
CHINA 

email us for details (will list them here soon) 

Electronics 

Gateway Laptop Model 450ROG w/ 1g RAM; 2g Processor (needs $15 screen LED replaced and a hard drive) $50 
for $100 extra we will fix the Laptop 
Siemens Speedstream DSL Router $20 
Internet Phone Router Linksys Rt31p2-VD $20 
DLink Wireless Router $20 

Pyramid PS52KX 50-Ampere AC to DC Power Supply/Converter w/ Built-In Cool Fan by Sound Around $150 ($250 retail via: Amazonhttp://tinyurl.com/6pn8jfe ) 

Misc 

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Blanket, Flag, Hat and PJ Pants $40 
Lizard Pet Reptile Heat Rock 6×4 inch $15 

SHOES 

Girls Doc Martens Size 4 $20 each (email for pictures) 
Womens Adidas Running Shoes Size 10 
Womens Nike Running Shoes Size 9 $30 (Near New) 
Womens Size 9 Nike Airliner Walking Shoes $10 (Lightly Used) 

Boys Size 7 Adidas TraXion Soccer Cleats $20 (Near NEW) 

Tools 
Antique 2″ Wood Plainer Corsair 

 

Let us buy or sell for you!!! 

We save you money and then take our 50% cut of the difference and give it to Charity causes listed at: 
http://Netvibes.comHelpingHandsNet 

Full Inventory can be seen at Frentzs.8k.com. Pictures can be viewed at: http://picasaweb.google.com/timfrentz 

Check my references on Facebook.com/FreeHelpingHands or Social Links at Netvibes.com/HelpingHandsNet to see we are honest people with a great cause of funding a HELPING HANDS CHARITY! Subscribe to our updates and receive 10% off our items and services. 
Tim Frentz 
Helping Hands Charity 
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YouTube/TFrentz 
Twitter/TFrentz ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ NEBRASKA ONLY 
Alloy universal 16″ racing wheels $400 set + w/ new 215/55 R16 Tires ADD $80/ea. 

EMERALD 

Alum V Boat (52″ bowe, 14+” length) $275 
16″+ Canoe (3-4 person) $325 
Late 70s Yamaha 125 (running/registered 2009) dirt tires $1200 
Newer Franklin Wood Stove $475 
KitchenAid Superba electric Dryer (#3388652) $50(comes with Washer that needs a part) 
Kids Driveable Battery powered CAT riding car/loader $75 
Industrial Flat Scale 500lb.+ rating $200 
OAK DESK (nice condition, light stain finish) $100 
Antique Stone Sharpening Wheel $125 
DOUBLE BASIN WASH TUB $40 
Chairs (30+ to choose from $1-5) 
MINNKOTA TROLLING MOTOR $50 
Smoker Grills (1) electric (2) wood $10/ea. 
OAK STAND $30 
Kids folding Wood Picnic Table $15 
WOOD GOLF CLUBS (30+ Wilson and other brands to choose from) $5-20 varies 
Misc Old Paintings and Frames 
ANTIQUE TRUNKS (4+ to choose from) $50 
Holiday Decorations 
IRON BED 
Old (1920s) Bede MO Rec Parlor Posters 
HARLAND YOUNG Stagecoach PRINT in Frame (large) $40 
Duck and Mallard Painting 2.5×2′ (unknown artist) $75 
BICENTENIAL FLAG (1976) $50 
Antique Glass, Fixtures and Porcelain 
Old Iron Tractor and Wagon Wheels 
Old Bikes (Triumph $50, Todler $15, 70s generic $20) 
Thousands of Collectible Books 
Barn Wood 
Old Tools 
House Siding $25 per 2sq. box (enough for a garage) 
Old Collectible Suitcases 

LYONS 

Lumber – Our client bought a nice sturdy school house and we have been helping them part out the antiques and lumber. We sell at 50% of retail for clean and 25% for those full of nails still. A lot are 20′ so they can be cut to length needed before loading if needed. 
Retail *Menards prices 
2×4 
8ft. $2.97 12′ $3.69 16′ $5.69 

2×6 
8ft. $3.94 12′ $6.30 16′ $9.26 

2×10 
10ft. $7.85 12′ $11.82 16′ $15.47 

Terry Redlin Plates and Boat Shelf 
Eagle and Wolf Plates 
1940s Acoustic Blues Guitar $250 

 

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1 year (3 issue) subscriptions and limited edition numbered and signed prints are available by donation to paypal id tfrentz@hotmail.com

Contributions help with printing costs and marketing to increase awareness to potential sponsors and media outlets. 80% of contributions can go towards any cause requested by grantor.

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On Wed Sept. 28th, Will and I went to the LA Galaxy Champions league game against Monselia. We picked up 2 $40 tickets for $15 each in case we couldn’t jump a fence. It ended up being a waste because we found a spot on the press box.

I got careless and rushed my technique. The was a railing to catch my foot on the stadium side of the fence but it was just out of reach while holding on to the fence so I grabbed a cement rafter to turn around. My grip slipped and I almost fell which I would have resulted in my leg getting caught as I catapulted the back of my head straight into the cement. Fortunately, my angel caught my finger tip on the edge and guided me safely down.

Once inside we sat with the press on the first row of the 50 and got in some of the tv and media shots. Then we were asked to stay above the front section so we got some lounge chairs for the 2nd half.

It was tied going into injury time as LA scored in the last minute off a corner to avoid elimination from the tournament.

Thursday night I stopped at the Lawndale soccer fields to get a workout in and met some Turkish friends to play with on the winter league.

Friday the 30th, Sung/Sean and I went to a Dead cover band in Long Beach called Cubansis. On the way Sung got pulled over and fined $500 for tossing a burning item out of a moving vehicle.

Saturday was the beginning of the Occupy LA march and protests so I spent the day downtown. I met several wonderful new friends, including a few cute girls who would later dance the night away with me at the LA Decompression Burningman festival until the sun started rising over historic park.

I went back to the rally after the girls went home and Will was up playing cards still. It was almost 5 by the time I laid down in the van and then I got up at 7 to take the train home.

As soon as I got back Sung was ready to go to an Art walk event. An old brewery was closed down and remodeled into an artist commune. The place was amazing with all the self expression covering over 100 unique studios. There was a studio open for rent to consider for Shhmokewear but it was not available for viewing. It took us 4 hours to visit all the studios and then it was time for dinner. We stopped at a restaurant in Chinatown where a lot of movie scenes have been filmed in front. It was nice to have authentic sweet and sour pork and Saskatchewan chicken and $10 a plate was fair for L.A.

The next morning, Monday, I headed back to Shhmokewear to get the business plan done. After work Will and I went to City Hall to protest again with Occupy LA. We made several new friends each time we went over there. It was basically a big festival with media around. There is a tent for everything from general store to food and recycling. There are compost bins and drum circles and everyone barters and shares.

It is basically a temporary unitopia of traditional life like the old west gold towns. Unfortunate that there is not a continuous string of such events in more local areas for others to experience. The Occupy rallies would continue on in most major US cities for several months of 2011.

We went to the rally Monday and Tuesday but then Wednesday I went to the Further Fest at the Greek Theatre. You can take the train 15 blocks from the theater near Vermont and Hollywood and then bike up to the park. The first night I went straight to the Hyde Observatory above the theater to watch the show for free. I went in the wrong entrance and took an extra 20 minutes hiking up the Hyde trail.

Once I got to the top I discovered you could park for free at the top vs. Paying 15 down below. The trail by Hyde has several spots to put a chair or blanket down to watch the show plus you get an amazing view of the LA and Hollywood sky lines.

The temps dropped to 40 and I started shivering so I rode down to the theater to scope out ways to get in. The fence top was flat in front but extra security was on duty to stop jumpers. You could climb the hill in back and get over but you need a spotter on the inside to let u know a good time to come over. Once over you need to remove your hat and mix into the crowd to avoid being chased.

The next night Will, Brian and I rode with Scott and his lady to Furthur. This time I was in the lot 3 hours ahead of the show to experience the touring  flea market. It was quite an experience seeing all the colorful characters and their art creations they sell to survive on the tour.

We spent too long promoting Shhmokewear and waiting for scalpers to sell cheap before deciding to hop the back fence so the cross lot was taped off and being secured by security. I ran diversion while Brian and Will snuck around. After that I waited for 20 minutes before giving up. I went by the front gate so I could see the screen and hand out with the other members of Shhmoke that were there.

After the show we set up our merch in the path leading everyone back to their cars and we put Shhmoke cards on the luxury cars. It is a great way to break the ice with attractive people you want to meet.

Friday Will and I went camping. He showed me the sacred Oaji hot springs and hiking trails. We camped and cooked some grub about midnight after several hours of full moon yoga and hot springs rituals.

Saturday we hiked all day and swam in a freezing fresh spring water hole and then returned to Occupy LA.

The weekend group was 2x the size of the week day groups. All areas of the block and park were completely covered and there were now tippis and plywood walls for graffiti art in true Venice skater form. This night there was a community projector theater and we contributed Russo’s Freedom to Fascism.

After meeting several more new activist friends we headed back to the pad around 2am.

Sunday I toured Mariachi plaza shops for hand-made leather crafts then biked with 100,000+ at CiclaVia.org. The city of LA closed downtown and 40 other blocks to biking only to promote green living and transportation. It was amazing. There were events and bands on several streets and parks and it joined with the Long Beach south bay tri-athalon. I rode most of the route and then spent the afternoon making new friends playing volleyball and Manhattan beach.

I especially enjoyed meeting 8 new lady yogi friends who are in LA for a 9 week training by the airport. They were very friendly and added our LA Fun facebook group to keep in touch for future gatherings.

When I finally made it home for a night, Sung’s friend Neil was temporarily staying with us because the job we helped move him to San Diego for, had fallen apart. He was staying with us while lining up a new Dr. position.

We caught up on the weeks events and then passed out. Monday morning (10/7) I hit the hot tub, swam some laps, pumped some iron, did my yoga and then headed back to the Shhmokewear head quarters.

MEET PUBLISHED TYLER TEXAS ARTIST JOEL REAMS

Joel Reams is a Tyler Texas Wood carver with many published articles on Carving Wood Ship models. J.  REAMS spent his early days as a sailor in the Navy and now has retired from a career as a water purification technician.

Many of his carvings, models and painting are influenced by his wife and days at sea. He has lived in Hawaii and several Islands where surfing took up a lot of his free moments.

PRESS ON J. REAMS

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J. Reams has generously donated over 100 of his finest works to benefit the Helping Hands Charity Network with the value of over $50,000! We are so thankful for his contributions and hope you will purchase one of his items to benefit any of our causes you so chose. See our “WHO WE HELP” and “CAUSES” tab on the blog for all the CAUSE options please.

ALL ITEMS details and pictures can be seen on Picasso and Facebook.

PicasaWeb.google.com/timfrentz

facebook/FreeHelpingHands

Purchases through the net can be made by transferring the funds to PAYPAL ID: tfrentz@hotmail.com

Purchases in person can be made at the Tyler Studio at:  ???? AND/OR the ARTISTS Palestine/NoonDay Studio (directions and time to be provided by request)

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So.. there I was… working on a 30 foot roof in near 0 temps and spine chilling wind, holding cold metal tools which numbed my fingers .. and I’m thinking I should have worn leather gloves instead of these rubber coated things that absorb the frost straight to my bones. After a morning of breathing constantly on my fingers it was finally time for lunch. As we pull in to park, there, laying on the ground in the stall, is the perfect leather work glove so kindly dropped from my guardian angel above. Inspiration to continue on and finish a day of helping others.

 

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–work in progress–

BURNING MAN UPDATE (Why I did not go in 2011 but WILL in 2012 FOR 100% CERTAIN)

Why Not 2011?

– The Helping Hands Network had a flood of CAUSES in need that I had tasks outstanding for

– From 8/13-8/26 NO ONE returned my forum posts and emails to car pool

– My WEST Coast Semi ride connection just got a new boss and can not have riders for awhile

– I COULD NOT PLAN as needed to leave because I was in a committed relation for the summer 2011 and the girl requested I make more money to be with her (requiring a 3rd Job) and stop traveling as much. I missed Rainbow, Sturgis and ALL my summer speaking engagements and only visited family for 6 days in Nebraska! AND I put up with 60 out of 65 days of 100+ heat in NORTH TEXAS for her.

– I did not have everything listed on eBay and Craigslist for the Networks fund Raising Inventory

– I did not have staff fully trained in order to do my tasks while traveling

– I did not have my things packed for an extended trip

– If going 500 miles north of Vegas, I need to go a week early so I am there the full 14 days to benefit fully from the experience and I want it to be part of a larger trip to minimize travel expenses. I needed to go from Sturgis to Burning Man to L.A. then back to Texas and that was not possible because of waiting on a the lady friend at the time through June and early July.  8?(

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~2011 PLAN postponed to 2012 !!!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

A few weeks back I looked through the themed villages on the Burning Man website. I chose a few of my favorites and registered my contacts to stay in the loop on updates. The more I read about Burning Man, the more I convinced myself I needed to find a way to get there Aug. 28th to Sept. 5th.

I looked at car pool routes being posted and realized I could establish an outreach trip starting at the July Rainbow gathering; extending through California to work with Shhmokewear.com mid July; Sturgis in August; Nebraska mid August; over to Nevada until Sept. 5th and then fly back to Dallas.

With my mind made up, I wrote a letter and applied for a sponsor scholarship.

Today my in-box brought me great news. I was awarded one of the scholarship spots with the agreement that I speak about the Helping Hands Network and the Renewable efforts of NebraskaGreenFuels.com.

Now, one step closer to introducing the Helping Hands Network to 50,000+ new friends in 2011, I am delighted to share the invitation letter with my friends. Hopefully some of you will join me 8/28-9/5 north of Reno.

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CONGRATULATIONS!

Start planning your costumes and making a list of supplies!

You have been accepted to receive a super discounted scholarship ticket to Burning Man 2011. Thank you so much for wanting to
participate with the Burning Man event!

Read this email completely and carefully please!

This email entitles the person named in the subject line above to one $110.00 ticket for the 2011 Burning Man event. This ticket
is to be paid upon arrival to the event.

*Payment is NOT accepted in advance.
*You pay for your ticket when you arrive at Burning Man.
*Tickets can be paid for with cash, money order or cashier's check.
*NO PERSONAL CHECKS please.
*To pick up your ticket, bring your acceptance letter (print this email), photo ID and payment to the Will Call window at the box
office, located at the gate to Black Rock City aka Burning Man.

That's right, you have all year to save up for your ticket!

You will be showing photo ID to pick up to your ticket, so if the name on your application is different than the name on your
photo ID, please let us know. We don't want you to have problems picking up your ticket!

**If you have an ID with an old address, you will need to explain that to the will call person checking you in, and recite your
new address to them so they know it's you.**

**If you do not have easy access to a printer and would like this letter to be mailed to you, please let us know.

Some other important things to remember:

If you have a friend or partner applying as well, they must complete
their own application under their name to be reviewed for a scholarship ticket. If only one of you has received this email, then
make sure the other person has submitted in their application.

Your discounted ticket is not transferable and only applies to the person mentioned in this email.
You should be 18 years of age or traveling with a legal guardian to attend Burning Man.

If we find that you have received a scholarship in the past, purchased a ticket for 2011, or have been given a ticket through
other means, you are not eligible for a scholarship ticket and it will be revoked. This  will also affect your future chances of
receiving discounted tickets.

**If you plan on arriving earlier than August 29th (the official start
date of the event), you will need to have special permission from a
Burning Man representative of the theme camp, art or other department you are working with. Do not contact the scholarship team
about permission to arrive early to the event. We do not have the ability to put you on the early arrival list.

Scholarship tickets are a privilege and with the acceptance of this
ticket come your responsibility to the Burning Man community.  Many scholarship applicants have shown interest in volunteering at
the event. Volunteering is an integral part of making this great event happen and a great way to meet burners from around the world.

Get involved pre-Burning Man!  Go to the website and read up on the departments that you may be interested in. Check out this
section: http://burningman.com/participate/ . Fill out a volunteer questionnaire and make contact with the volunteer coordinator
for departments that interest you.

Are you a completely overwhelmed newbie this year? Read the First Timers Guide: http://www.burningman.com/first_timers/ and the
Preparation section on the website: http://www.burningman.com/preparation/

The final step in the scholarship process is your feedback to us after Burning Man. We want to know how Burning Man has affected
your life and outlook on the future and how you affected the Burning Man event. Everyone goes around hugging people and spreading
"good vibes", but we want to know the deepest impact that you helped make, how you "really" got involved to help make this event
special for thousands of other people like you. A lot of people forget to do this when they get back from their crazy week in the
desert. Try not to slack on this one thing
we ask.

Please send your post-Burning Man reports to scholarship@burningman.com with the heading "post playa thoughts".  You can also mail
in a hard copy to the Burning Man address on our ticket page. We encourage creative submissions and have received awesome things
in the past.

Later on in the year you will be receiving a Survival Guide that
contains very important information vital to your experience at Burning Man and should be read completely and thoroughly. The Jack
Rabbit Speaks e-mail newsletter is also an important source of up to date information regarding Burning Man events in the Bay Area
and regional events all over the world. If you would like to receive the email newsletter go here to sign yourself up:
http://www.burningman.com/blackrockcity_yearround/contacts/jrs_lists.html

**A VERY important thing to remember: let us know as soon as possible if you are unable to use your scholarship ticket. Even if it
is at the last minute, we may be able to give your ticket to another worthy person. We understand if there is an emergency or you
just can't get the funds together, but if you simply flake out and do not let us know in a timely manner then you will not be able
to re-apply for a scholarship ticket in the future.

Thanks again for applying and wishing to participate. We hope that thi discounted ticket helps make your desert dreams happen.
Your applications have been a pleasure to read. It's great to hear from so many thoughtful people who will definitely enrich the
Burning Man community!

If you have any general event questions throughout the year, the nice folks at questions@burningman.com will be happy to help.
please feel free to email scholarship@burningman.com.

Sincerely,

Frog Gilmore

Participant Services/Ticket Minion
Scholarship Team
Burning Man 2011