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19-IFAS-HILC533 (Vanity URL for Giving Opportunity (Fund))
Project: Vanity: Putnam (19073823-AWEBU-IFAS-VanityPutnam)

Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences

Caylin Hilton
Associate Director of Annual Giving

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Jason Phenicie

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Can you tell me if I have requested /putnam4H vanity? Not seeing in my email inbox where i did and not sure if there is a queue on here i can access to check. -- [JUL-29-19 Jason Phenicie] --------------

Hi Caylin,

This vanity and triggered message is set up.

I don't see any outstanding requests for you, other than the fund search. Here is a link to the report showing your request history:

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Have a good evening,

-- [AUG-05-19 Anonymous] -------------- putnamstock is active but not seeing an active /putnam4H so appears perhaps I did not request.
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Donations to the Putnam 4-H Livestock Judging Team will support youth participation in Livestock Judging events and projects.† With your generous support, youth receive expert training in livestock evaluation while developing skills such as critical thinking, public speaking, and leadership. †
Created on July 25, 2019 at  3:34 PM (EDT). Last updated by Phenicie, Jason on Aug.  6, 2019 at  5:49 AM (EDT). Owned by Anonymous.
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