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August 27, 2009

I'm just sending a quick one here, I've created a survey to try to gather some feedback about the race so we can make improvements for next year. I try to send one out every year and I also try to address the responses that we do get. Some of the problems are easier to fix than others and some problems I assume are fixed when the really aren't (so I now we didn't get to everything that was suggested in last year's survey, but I assure you we did try). Thanks again, it should only take 5 minutes to fill out!

The survey is directed to people who participated in the event. 2009 Survey

Also, we are able to make a very large donation to Breathe NH this year, in excess of $2000! Breathe NH has been very grateful and wanted to send you all the message below--take a look!!

Matt Hartman
Race Director



On behalf of Breathe New Hampshire, I wish to thank you for your participation in the 2009 Mud Hog Trail Race. Your contributions help fund the New Hampshire Youth Network, a new statewide initiative for students ages 11 thru 18, that is expected to reduce tobacco use and engage youth to protect and improve the air we breathe. Your support also allows us to fund research, public awareness campaigns, and advocacy work related to all aspects of lung health, ranging from asthma to climate change.

I invite you to subscribe to our monthly electronic newsletter by emailing info@breathenh.org and simply typing "enewsletter" in the subject line. The newsletter provides health tips, environmental tips, information about our events, programs, and initiatives, and feature stories. I also invite you to visit our website, www.breathenh.org.

Without the support of people like you, we would not be able to continue the important work of eliminating lung disease and helping those who are currently living with lung disease. Thank you, again.

Sincerely,
Beth D'Ovidio

Director of Communications
Breathe New Hampshire