Re: "A Taste of Philosophy Camp" Scholarship Fundraiser, Sat. Mar. 31, 4:30-7:00 PM
From: Lynn Englund (
Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2012 04:10:53 -0700 (PDT)
Dear friends,

The link to the scholarship fund was missing in my earlier email. To make an online donation to the Philosophy Camp scholarship fund, please go to

Thank you,


On Mar 25, 2012, at 3:34 PM, Lynn Englund wrote:

Dear Hopework Friends,

Please join us Saturday and share this message with your friends!


Get a taste of what Philosophy Camp is all about!

Attend "A Taste of Philosophy Camp" Scholarship Fundraiser

Saturday, March 31, 2012, 4:30-7 p.m. (program starts promptly at 5

Twin Cities Friends Meeting House, 1725 Grand Avenue, Saint Paul, MN

Philosophy Camp alumni and instructors will provide homemade
appetizers, snacks, and desserts, share their Philosophy Camp
experiences, and facilitate story circles at tables during at this
special event.

4:30-5:00 - Welcome and gathering with appetizers, snacks, and desserts.

5:00-7:00 - Introduction to Philosophy Camp and small-group story
circles facilitated by Philosophy Camp instructors and alumni.

Help us raise $4,000 in scholarship funds to provide 8 to 20 students
with $200-$500 scholarships based on need. If you can't join us for
this event, you can still help get a student to camp by donating
online to the Philosophy Camp scholarship fund. A donation of any
amount is appreciated.

If you wish to mail a donation, please make your check payable to the
University of Minnesota Foundation and specify Philosophy Camp
scholarship fund #8798 on the memo-line. Mail to University of
Minnesota Foundation, CM-3854, PO Box 70870, Saint Paul, MN 55170-3854.

Philosophy Camp is the nickname given to the University of Minnesota
philosophy courses PHIL 4326/5326 - Lives Worth Living (6 credits, one
month) and PHIL 4350/5350 - Catching Lives Worth Living (2 credits,
one week). Each of these residential courses is offered for credit at
the undergraduate and graduate level. For more information email pcamp [at]

Philosophy Camp 2012 instructional team: John Wallace, Lynn Englund,
Nance Longley, Peter Shea, Steve Kosowski, Gabrielle Orfield, Anna
Lohse, and Ted Tiffany.

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