Saturday, August 14, 2010

WPI Grand Opening - For those who can NOT attend...

Sent: Saturday, August 14, 2010 9:48 AM
To Celebrate WPI's Grand Opening,
Email Annette Now, and Donate if you can on the 21st

[lp: Please spread the word, please repost. If you email soon, that will
give Annette time to get the emails printed to be part of the opening
ceremony. Many are saying that they will donate on Aug 21 itself.]

*Help Celebrate WPI's New Home & the Grand Opening of the Center for
Molecular Medicine*

* *

On Saturday, August 21, 2010 the University of Nevada's Center for Molecular
Medicine will officially open its doors. It will house portions of the
microbiology, pharmacology, pathology and physiology and cell biology
departments and serve as the headquarters for the Whittemore Peterson
Institute for Neuro-Immune Disease.

The public is invited to be a part of this momentous occasion between
10:00am to 12:00pm.

The event will be videotaped and placed on You Tube and the Whittemore
Peterson Institute is trying to arrange a video tour of the facilities so
that we will all feel a part of this celebration.

Many of us are unable to travel to Reno, however, we can still take part by

Emailing a congratulatory message to the Whittemore Peterson Institute at

Annette would like to include those of us who can't be there in the ceremony
and is looking at printing out our messages and putting them in a book for
all to see.

Another way we can send a message of support to the Whittemore Peterson
Institute is by giving a much needed donation. If this is within your means
you can do this is several ways:

* You can make a secure online donation at

* You can make a secure online donation through XMRV Global Action cause at Just scroll down to "fundraising" and
click the "donation" button. This method has an option that allows you to
make monthly donations as well.

* Or mail your gift directly to the Whittemore Peterson Institute at:
6600 N. Wingfield Parkway, Sparks, NV 89436

"I wish more of you could be here that day, to see it all in person. I feel
> as though it belongs to the world.
> Take care,
> Annette"

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