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Message 595342 - Posted: 29 Jun 2007, 16:20:25 UTC
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Hello Prospective Team Member,

As a recent alumni of Kent State University, I want to formally invite all alumni, faculty members, current students and family members of the Kent State Family (or for that matter anyone who wishes to join), to show your school spirit and help Team Kent State rise in the SETI at Home Team rankings. Right now, Team Kent State ranks in the 1,981 st. place for top teams. For University teams, we rank in the 259 th. place. This is horrible. We should have many more students and alumni and be in the top twenty at least. Currently, we have 9 members. So we need all the help we can get to boost our team/school numbers. I would like to be the first to thank you for joining.

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S. Lacey
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Message 597351 - Posted: 2 Jul 2007, 15:35:57 UTC

Hello Prospective Team Member,

Anyone who wishes to support the search for intelligent life in our universe and to show support and school spirit in helping Team Kent State rise in the Top Team and University Team rankings are welcome to join Team Kent State University (this invitation especially extents to all alumni, faculty members, current students and family members of the Kent State Family). Thank you for joining.

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