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Sounds wonderful, and those arches are wonderful when they turn blue!
Great! I look forward to seeing the pictures Judith. And we just recently made the "Puget Sound World Diabetes Day" page on Facebook, which will keep people updated throughout the year about our plans for the next WDD. So if you haven't already "Liked" it, please do and post pictures! I'd love to see all the WDD support around the Northwest.
Hello fellow Pacific Northwesterners, I wanted to let you know that the Pacific Science Center arches will be lit blue on the evening of November 14th in recognition of World Diabetes Day. The arches are just one of many confirmed monuments to be lit internationally this year, and we need your help to spread awareness by wearing blue on November 14th and posting a photo on the Puget Sound World Diabetes Day Facebook page. And be sure to look for media coverage of the event, including Dr. Carla Greenbaum’s (Benaroya Research Institute) live interview on Northwest Cable News at 10:15 AM. In addition to the Pacific Science Center arches, other Pacific Northwest structures that will be lit blue include Century Link Field, Cheney Stadium in Tacoma and Morrison Bridge in Portland. Learn more at http://www.benaroyaresearch.org/wdd
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