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We can really use your help here at MusEco Media and Education Project!

Kris BADLY needs a web design guru who will allow her to pick his/her brain about web stuff. If you know Dreamweaver or just have a great grasp of HTML and CSS, please be that person!!!

Help with Adobe Creative Suite products is also always needed/wanted, so if you are an Adobe savant, please share yourself with us!

We also need to create a database of our contacts. We have had three different people start the project but it has never gone beyond the starting line... help!!

We also need help with organizing fundraising events. We would like to do a few of these each year but because we are such a micro-organization, we can't do it alone! Please help!

MANY, MANY, MANY THANKS !!

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MusEco thanks it's partners and supporters!!

Partners include KTVQ Television (Billings), Montana PBS (Bozeman), and the Office of Public Instruction (OPI - Indian Ed) (Helena). Underwriters of our broadcast projects include Montana State University-Billings, Sylvan Peak Mountain Shoppe and Montana Harvest Natural Foods. Special thanks also go to the many individuals who donate annually, volunteers who give of their time, and funders like the Greater Montana Foundation who see the value in our work. Thank you!

THANK YOU!






Website created and maintained by Kris Prinzing - email her about any website issues you encounter, please!

Last site update: October 18, 2013 ...

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