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Re: E-M:/ Decision at the Top of the World



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Enviro-Mich message from Murphwild1@aol.com
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Greetings,

I dont know what this has to do with Michigan, but a Tibetan would say, "why 
must your ego take you to such places as the top of Mount Everest?"   

It seems there are plenty of other issues burning the environment in Michigan 
to spend time on.

Murray Dailey 




The Crossroads Group of the Sierra Club is pleased to present a special 
program:

DECISION AT THE TOP OF THE WORLD

 by noted mountaineer Lou Kasischke

In May 1996 a storm enveloped Mt. Everest trapping more than a dozen 
climbers near the top. By the time the storm abated, eight climbers were 
dead and several more were permanently injured in the worst climbing 
accident in Mt. Everest's history.

Noted mountaineer Lou Kasischke, a survivor of the 1996 climbing tragedy on 
Mt. Everest, will share his experience on Mt. Everest and discuss the 
decisions and events that contributed to the disaster and his ability to 
survive. His story is both sad and triumphant. The events of that climb 
have been the subject of two books, a best seller, "Into Thin Air" by Jon 
Krakauer and "The Climb" by Anatoli Boukreev. 

When: Wednesday, April 11, 2001 at 7:00 PM

Where: Brighton Performing Arts Center (Brighton High School)

Cost: FREE (although donations will be accepted and be applied toward the 
educational programs of the Crossroads Group)

If you need additional information e-mail David Wright at wrightd@voyager.net



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