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Employees get into picnic prep

Employees and students prepared and then partook of a free all-campus picnic at WSU Pullman Friday, Aug. 19.

In these photos taken by Shelly Hanks of WSU Photo Services, Camille Martin of the Ecology Department gets into the work of recycling preparation for the Waste Wise program.
And Hsiu-Pow Hwang, general manager of Dining Services, helps students set up for the big feed.

TIAA-CREF planned to raffle two IPod Minis at the picnic. Attached to the raffle tickets are schedules of upcoming individual TIAA-CREF retirement counseling sessions. To schedule one, call toll-free 877-209-3142 or sign up at http://www.tiaa-cref.org/moc.

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