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Saving the world, one school at a time

Original post made on Jan 14, 2008

About the author: This story was written by Menlo-Atherton High School senior Elliot Welsh, one of some 600 students who heard author Greg Mortenson speak at the school as part of Kepler's program to bring authors to schools. Elliot, who lives in Menlo Park, also interviewed Mr. Mortenson and read the book.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Wednesday, May 16, 2007, 12:00 AM

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Posted by michelle
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on Jan 14, 2008 at 11:07 am

very nice article and interview. I am writing a paper on Mr. Mortenson for a literary group in Illinois that I belong to.
I was fortunate to see and hear Mr. Mortenson last spring and will do so again this April.
I hope that his book and his life remain a touchstone for many young people in these perilous times and an example of what can be achieved thru peaceful measures.

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