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Item No 4_2013 AMS 00086 A

Item No 4_2013 AMS 00086 A

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Date Created:March 14, 2013

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Tags:carnahan, tutor, readers, reading, Memphis, Cotton, ndash, USDA, program, Market, ICE, CIA

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From:  Carnahan, Jeff (AMS)  
To:  ""  
Subject:  Reading list  
Date:  Tuesday, August 30, 2011 3:38:36  

Dear Dr. Betances, thoroughly enjoyed your presentation the employees the Cotton and Tobacco Program today Memphis. wasnt sure what expect going into the event except another dry, USDA-sponsored training session, but assure you was anything but dull. learned some very interesting things about the organization, and things within myself, and hope part the solution I/we move forward professionally and personally. have long since ceased totally amazed how small the world can once you get out and start moving around it: Besides the Micronesian connection, think you might interested learn that wife from Venezuela, and met and got married while was working project Anzoategui. stopped reading Tom Clancy novels years ago devote reading time non-fiction, especially biographies and history. The reading list you suggested the seminar will keep busy for while, but look forward seeing what else you recommend. 
Finally, like the idea having kids tutor other kids. mentioned, our two sons are avid readers. Sometimes their reading gets the way their homework, but only because they think they still have reserved time for their XBOX 360, too. think reading program tutor non-readers would very much order. 
Thank you for very rewarding experience. 
Jeff Carnahan  South Central Market Reporter 
USDA-AMS-Cotton Program 
Market News Branch Memphis, 38133 Office  901-384-3016 Voice  901-384-3303 Fax  901-384-3036