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Edward Fein

"I wanted to take this opportunity to extend my deepest and sincerest personal thanks for your recent donation to the Truckee Meadows Boys and Girls Club. I learned of your generosity at our Board of Directors meeting. . . Without assistance from benefactors such as yourself, this mission could not be accomplished."
Truckee Meadows Boys and Girl Club, Reno, NV

"Thank you for sponsoring me on the Anti-Defamation League's National Youth Leadership Mission. It was truly a remarkable experience. It is one that I will never forget not only because of how moving the United States Holocaust Museum was, but more importantly because of what I learned about people, about humanity. I shared an experience with 129 other people from cities all around the United States. . . On the first day, one of the speakers said, "You are the hope of your generation." It was at that point that I really understood why I was there. . . I want to use my voice, more than ever before, to make this world a better place. My motivation? My inspiration? It has come from what I have gained through going to Washington, D.C., the trip that I would not have been able to participate in if it wasn't for you. I thank you for giving me the experience of a lifetime."
Jenny L., Tempe, AZ

"People like you make all the difference. Thank you so much."
Sylvia U.

"Thank you so much for your generosity."
M. Mansfield

Academic Decathlon Program"I do appreciate your kind and continued support for the Academic Decathlon program. In particular, I wish to thank you for your coach's incentive award, which I received this year at the Arizona State Decathlon awards dinner. Your financial generosity has done much to help make this program the success it has been. Thank you again for all you do!"
Bill Senne, Decathlon Coach, Morencia High School

ABOVE: Students and coach Pat McAndrew of the 2000-2001 University High School Academic Decathlon Team

Quest Scholars Dinner "Thank you for your support. - From all of us at the Quest Scholars Program."
Quest Scholars Program, Stanford University

RIGHT: Edward Fein (second from left) and Ingrid Warrick (fourth from left) attending Quest Scholars Dinner at Stanford

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