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HORIZONS

February 7, 2012

In this episode of Horizons, we're given a new persepctive on the Chinese New Year celebration, visit with a man who is turning nature into functional forms of art, and host Chris Moore sits down for a discussion with representatives of Three Rivers Youth about their organization and the upcoming 2012 Nellie Leadership Awards Gala. The gala will be held on April 27 at 6pm at Carnegie Museum in Oakland. For more information about the gala and how to purchase tickets, call (412) 441-5020 or visit the Three Rivers Youth website.


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In this episode of Horizons, we're given a new persepctive on the Chinese New Year celebration, visit with a man who is turning nature into functional forms of art, and host Chris Moore sits down for a discussion with representatives of Three Rivers Youth about their organization and the upcoming 2012 Nellie Leadership Awards Gala. The gala will be held on April 27 at 6pm at Carnegie Museum in Oakland. For more information about the gala and how to purchase tickets, call (412) 441-5020 or visit the Three Rivers Youth website.


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