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Elisabeth Boer

City: Ames

Country: United States

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Elisabeth Boer is a student at Iowa State University and as a Speak Out Book Champion will be working with three books. In addition to donating one book each to the Oskaloosa Public Library, and her hometown favorite coffee shop, the Smokey Row (where most every politician that has ever set foot in Oskaloosa has spoken), she will also use a copy to show my friends, loved ones, classmates, neighbors, and family. Elisabeth beleives that word of mouth changes hearts — and that many hearts moving as one can move mountains. She also plans to write a letter to the editor of the Oskaloosa Herald to raise awareness about Speak Out and OVER — and will also engage the Iowa State Daily to try and get them to write about the book and campaign.

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