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Evoke Heroes MAK, sunnydupree and Reem Bsaiso

Agents Michelle Angela Kim -- MAK , sunnydupree , and

Reem Bsaiso

are Evoke Heroes. MAK's "No Hate Know Love" philosophy, engaging comments, and meaningful posts have added much to the community. Collaborating with MAK in the early stages of her EARTHSONG project (see my collaborative contribution to MAK's wonderful work at http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/xeriscaping-permaculture-and ), and reading her thoughtful and thought-provoking posts, pictures, videos and comments was a privilege throughout the 10 short weeks of Evoke Season 1. A friend on and off Evoke, MAK joins the other worthy agents of Evoke with her epic performance.

Sunnydupree's bright and considered comments, her great darksites on the Gulf Oil Spill and Battering Intervention and Prevention Programs (http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/act-9-darksite-art-is-earth and http://www.facebook.com/pages/Battering-Intervention-and-Prevention... ), her many other blog, discussion, video and photo posts display the heart and creativity, and great enthusiasm which she brought to Evoke Season 1. A good friend on and off the UEvoke site, Sunny's epic contributions mark the quality of her winning performance.

Reem Bsaiso's beautiful series of pictures (including Planting in the desert ), her Evokation post 'Clean Energy - Solar Powered Glass Boats'

and other great posts including thoughtful posts like Preserving Natural Habitat & Preserve Nature and Herritage and fun entries such as Floot the water beds for water awareness campaign provide snapshots of the heart and mind of this amazing Evoke agent. Reem contributes considered and considerate comments both on and off Evoke, and sets a high standard with her epic completion of Evoke Season 1.

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Comment by Ternura Rojas on May 20, 2010 at 9:22am
No doubt Evoke had quality people this edition, starting by Michele ;-)
Comment by Michele Baron on May 20, 2010 at 2:24pm
thank you very much Ternura, and MAK, sunny and Reem

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