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B’ UNCA focuses on the environment
UNCA and the Asheville
Earth Day 1990
Susie Wright, left, and Kayla Rosko march through
the streets of Asheville during the Earth Day parade
Dee Bitner, who lives in Mills Hall, won the
Ecology Club’s Environmental Jeopardy game
held on Friday.
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Susan Tate models her Earth Day tee during the
"Party for the Planet” held Friday.
Jon Padgham enjoys the sounds of Altered States,
who performed Friday in celebration of Earth Day
y Suzanne "Vanna” Thompson helps roll the numbers
in the environmental jeopardy game Friday.
Rodney Burgdofner is part of a rhythm band
marching in the parade through downtown
A familiar sight at Earth Day. This recycle display
reminded everyone to contribute to a cleaner,
Chris Lawing and his little friend Malcolm Blaisdell
smile for the camera during Earth Day activities
The -Party for the Planet” had entertainment for all
A/r Mike Jones, Scot Sherrod, Joel Schaffer and David
tnotos by Uiane Maney Tallevast of Altered states entertain the crowd '
behind Mills Hall Friday. They were part of UNCA’s
’party for the planet.”