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THE NEWS ARGUS
Kodak believes in Middle Earth.
(Rod Evans ami Jim Dennis arc two of the
Jim Dennis is one of Kodak’s top photogra
phers. And if we're lucky Rod Evans niiirht become a
top photoKraiiher. too. Rod is part of a projirani in
Rochester that we helped to support called ]\Iiddle
Earth. It's a center for inner-city Rochester kids that
enables them to channel their enerKies into creative
pro.iects. One of the activities at INliddle Earth is
photopra])hy. Kodak sutiplied some equipment and
film, and the kids supply the talent. Rod is getting to
be a very .trood photo.irrapher and one day he might
set up liis own studio. And that’s good for Rod and
Good photographers help us to make a profit,
and that after all is our main goal. But by helping
inner-city youth programs, we come a little closer to
achieving another .goal. Improving our overall society.
After all, our business depends on society, so we care
what hapiiens to it.
Morethan a business.
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