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Thanks Bob,
 
My address is:  Detmer R. "Abe" Knapp, P.E.,S.E
                         3030 Energy Lane, Suite 200
                         Casper, Wyoming  82604
 
Thanks again.  We can use some updated information.  The program we have been using is not specifically for Structural, it is engineering in general and the different fields a person can pursue.
 
Abe Knapp


>>> Rbengrguy(--nospam--at)aol.com 03/25/02 12:42PM >>>
Dear ABE:


I've been  EXTREMELY  active  in promoting Engineering to students


Give me your mailing address and I'll send you some resource materials


Bob Johnson
SEAOI    - Public Relations
203  N.  Wabash    Suite 2010
Chicago,   IL  60601

By the way  -- High is sometimes TOO late

My lectures  are geared to junior high or younger  students

Check  www.seaoi.org  website  and go to   student outreach  for some LINKS



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