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Celebrating 20 Years at INNOVATE 2011!

We just finished lunch at the final day of INNOVATE and had a special anniversary/birthday cake for the occasion – it’s Jacki’s birthday tomorrow.  It was fun having a ballroom full of awesome nonprofit professionals sing Happy Birthday to Jacki.

Special thanks to Andy Harleman for taking the photo!

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