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Last Word: Mozart in the Jungle? Classical Bass Player Spencer Phillips Talks about the Music Scene

Lansing State Journal's Noise Magazine May 17, 2006 Interview: Holistic Healing - Study abroad in Ecuador changes MSU student's perspective on medicine also seen as Student Studies Medicinal Herbs in Ecuador at  

Michigan's Governor Granholm Signs Acupuncture Law After 20 year Effort by Michigan Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine  

Acupuncture Gets to the Point - Apr 11, 2006 - Detroit Free Press

Lynne has worked as the media  and press person for the MAAOM since 1995.  She is pleased to have been involved in the efforts to pass this regulatory bill that will protect the public and insure national standards in Michigan.  Congratulations to MAAOM President Deborah Lincoln and all the others who fought to pass this law. - This new cosmetology academy opened in East Lansing in April, 2006.  Lynne assisted with the web site and continues to act as press consultant.  Press Release   

Lansing State Journal Noise Magazine article: Interview: Asian experience - Travelers Club worker describes his journeys to China, Mongolia - In November Lynne started working with this new website that helps landlords find renters.  Press work is continuing.

MSU Kresge Art Museum fundraiser - In September 2005, Lynne directed the media efforts for the annual Michigan State University Kresge Art Museum fundraiser.  She acted as media consultant  in collaboration with the Friends of Kresge organization to raise money for the Museum expansion.  Lynne's direction, along with the exceptionally talented and dedicated Friends of Kresge organization, resulted in record attendance for the fundraiser, which had patrons showing up at the door without reservations for the first time.   The fundraiser brought in $10,000 over previous years and 100 new patrons to the museum, bringing Kresge significantly closer to realizing the dream of expansion, slated to begin in 2007.

Off the Record - Excerpts from Lynne's article on the late and high spirited Lorraine Beebe, third woman to be elected to the Michigan House of Representatives, appear in Tim Skubick's book Off the Record.  The book, which retraces 30 years of Michigan politics, was named one of the 20 "most notable books of 2004" by the Library of Michigan.


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