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Peggy Garvin, BOTM for August, 2006

I’m a day early with the announcement for our blogger-of-the-month for August, but that balances out for last month when I was a little late ๐Ÿ˜‰ I’m pleased to announce that Peggy Garvin will be our BOTM for August. (For more on Peggy, see her biography). Peggy’s had a long career with government information in Washington DC, both in the private sector and with the Congressional Research Service. We look forward to reading what’s on Peggy radar this month.

I also want give a big THANKS!!! to Jessamyn West who was a real trooper in being our BOTM for both June AND July. Who else but Jessamyn could have made the connection betweeen food recycling and govt information or would create a contest over at librarian.net to come up with ideas for FGI blog posts?!

As always, check in the center column for Peggy’s blog posts this month. And feel free to leave comments or contact us at admin AT freegovinfo DOT info if you’d be interested in being BOTM for FGI.

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