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Personal and heartfelt thanks to you, Zimmerman parents and guardians, for your supreme response and willingness to assist as volunteers with chromebooks and getting schedules to students as we get ready to begin another school year.  In reaching out to families for assistance two different times, each brought its own flurry of responses.  There was a span of time with each that I couldn't get one email answered before another was taking its place in my inbox...all with offers to help!  I was, and still am, amazed and grateful; thank you for the face and heart smiles!

It has been said that is takes a village to raise a child.  Time after time, day after day, I witness staff at ZMHS doing the necessary things...and the above and beyond kinds of things...that help to build the lives and educational experiences of students.  It is a   purpose-driven, caring village where people want the very best for the students they teach and mentor and guide.  

This village is part of a greater community...and great it is!  Your dedication of time, and the caring, kind ways you've stepped up to help give students optiumum opportunities to thrive and get off to a good start are noticed and appreciated.  

Personal and heartfelt thanks to you, Zimmerman parents and guardians, for your supreme response and willingness to assist as volunteers with chromebooks and getting schedules to students as we get ready to begin another school year.  In reaching out to families for assistance two different times, each brought its own flurry of responses.  There was a span of time with each that I couldn't get one email answered before another was taking its place in my inbox...all with offers to help!  I was, and still am, amazed and grateful; thank you for the face and heart smiles!

It has been said that is takes a village to raise a child.  Time after time, day after day, I witness staff at ZMHS doing the necessary things...and the above and beyond kinds of things...that help to build the lives and educational experiences of students.  It is a   purpose-driven, caring village where people want the very best for the students they teach and mentor and guide.  

This village is part of a greater community...and great it is!  Your dedication of time, and the caring, kind ways you've stepped up to help give students optiumum opportunities to thrive and get off to a good start are noticed and appreciated.  

There’s a powerful narrative being told about the world’s food system — in classrooms, boardrooms, foundations and the halls of government around the world. It’s everywhere. And it makes complete sense when you listen to it. The problem is, it’s mostly based on flawed assumptions.

You’ve probably heard it many times. While the exact phrasing varies, it usually goes something like this:  The world’s population will grow to 9 billion by mid-century, putting substantial demands on the planet’s food supply. To meet these growing demands, we will need to grow almost twice as much food by 2050 as we do today. And that means we’ll need to use genetically modified crops and other advanced technologies to produce this additional food. It’s a race to feed the world, and we had better get started.

To be fair, there are grains of truth in each of these statements, but they are far from complete. And they give a distorted vision of the global food system, potentially leading to poor policy and investment choices.


Lytle Management Group
P.O. Box 128228
Nashville, TN 37212
Contact Sarah Brosmer
Telephone 615-770-2688



Battle Artist Agency
8887 Horton Highway,
College Grove, TN
Contact Rob Battle
office: 615-368-7433
mobile: 615-957-3444



For exclusive PR / publicity representation of Gene Watson, contact  Scott Adkins  at  Adkins Publicity  in Nashville.

Personal and heartfelt thanks to you, Zimmerman parents and guardians, for your supreme response and willingness to assist as volunteers with chromebooks and getting schedules to students as we get ready to begin another school year.  In reaching out to families for assistance two different times, each brought its own flurry of responses.  There was a span of time with each that I couldn't get one email answered before another was taking its place in my inbox...all with offers to help!  I was, and still am, amazed and grateful; thank you for the face and heart smiles!

It has been said that is takes a village to raise a child.  Time after time, day after day, I witness staff at ZMHS doing the necessary things...and the above and beyond kinds of things...that help to build the lives and educational experiences of students.  It is a   purpose-driven, caring village where people want the very best for the students they teach and mentor and guide.  

This village is part of a greater community...and great it is!  Your dedication of time, and the caring, kind ways you've stepped up to help give students optiumum opportunities to thrive and get off to a good start are noticed and appreciated.  

There’s a powerful narrative being told about the world’s food system — in classrooms, boardrooms, foundations and the halls of government around the world. It’s everywhere. And it makes complete sense when you listen to it. The problem is, it’s mostly based on flawed assumptions.

You’ve probably heard it many times. While the exact phrasing varies, it usually goes something like this:  The world’s population will grow to 9 billion by mid-century, putting substantial demands on the planet’s food supply. To meet these growing demands, we will need to grow almost twice as much food by 2050 as we do today. And that means we’ll need to use genetically modified crops and other advanced technologies to produce this additional food. It’s a race to feed the world, and we had better get started.

To be fair, there are grains of truth in each of these statements, but they are far from complete. And they give a distorted vision of the global food system, potentially leading to poor policy and investment choices.


Lytle Management Group
P.O. Box 128228
Nashville, TN 37212
Contact Sarah Brosmer
Telephone 615-770-2688



Battle Artist Agency
8887 Horton Highway,
College Grove, TN
Contact Rob Battle
office: 615-368-7433
mobile: 615-957-3444



For exclusive PR / publicity representation of Gene Watson, contact  Scott Adkins  at  Adkins Publicity  in Nashville.

The UK has taken the necessary radical action to tackle the credit crisis, can cope perfectly well with higher government debt, and should stage a strong economic rebound thanks to the competitiveness of its manufacturing sector.

If you are about to tune out from what sounds like just another speech by Gordon Brown, then you may be startled to learn that these decidedly un-doomy predictions are in fact from Nouriel Roubini, the dour-faced economist universally known as Dr Doom for forecasting the credit crisis, the recession and the collapse of the finance industry as we knew it.

Mr Roubini, a professor at New York University, is currently, rightly famous – because he was consistently, famously right.

Personal and heartfelt thanks to you, Zimmerman parents and guardians, for your supreme response and willingness to assist as volunteers with chromebooks and getting schedules to students as we get ready to begin another school year.  In reaching out to families for assistance two different times, each brought its own flurry of responses.  There was a span of time with each that I couldn't get one email answered before another was taking its place in my inbox...all with offers to help!  I was, and still am, amazed and grateful; thank you for the face and heart smiles!

It has been said that is takes a village to raise a child.  Time after time, day after day, I witness staff at ZMHS doing the necessary things...and the above and beyond kinds of things...that help to build the lives and educational experiences of students.  It is a   purpose-driven, caring village where people want the very best for the students they teach and mentor and guide.  

This village is part of a greater community...and great it is!  Your dedication of time, and the caring, kind ways you've stepped up to help give students optiumum opportunities to thrive and get off to a good start are noticed and appreciated.  

There’s a powerful narrative being told about the world’s food system — in classrooms, boardrooms, foundations and the halls of government around the world. It’s everywhere. And it makes complete sense when you listen to it. The problem is, it’s mostly based on flawed assumptions.

You’ve probably heard it many times. While the exact phrasing varies, it usually goes something like this:  The world’s population will grow to 9 billion by mid-century, putting substantial demands on the planet’s food supply. To meet these growing demands, we will need to grow almost twice as much food by 2050 as we do today. And that means we’ll need to use genetically modified crops and other advanced technologies to produce this additional food. It’s a race to feed the world, and we had better get started.

To be fair, there are grains of truth in each of these statements, but they are far from complete. And they give a distorted vision of the global food system, potentially leading to poor policy and investment choices.


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