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Sudan, Borneo, Russia—Esri T-Shirts Go Eastern Hemisphere!

Dennis Albers (right) and his friend Akot
Dennis Albers and friend Akot
Dennis Albers, GIS administrator, Douglas County, Kansas, is shown during a mission trip with jumpstartsudan.org in southern Sudan. He is posing with his friend, Akot, standing outside a tukul (hut) in Akon. Dennis' mission was to bring medical supplies, blankets, mosquito netting, school supplies, bibles, and food. This was his fourth trip since 2002, and we're glad to see that he thought to bring his Esri T-shirt along!

 

Frank Razem
Frank S. Razem
Frank S. Razem, specialist geographer associate with the South Florida Water Management District, was participating in the Orangutan Foundation International (OFI) GIS Volunteer program for mapping orangutan habitat in Indonesian Borneo when this photo was snapped. Frank is standing in front of OFI's Pembuang Hulu Post after a three-day trek through the jungles and swamps of Borneo in and adjacent to Tanjung Puting National Park. His Esri T-shirt looks like it held up well!

Alexandra Cummings
Yelena Cummings
Yelena Cummings, GIS analyst, Alachua County, Florida, and her daughter Alexandra took in the sights of St. Petersburg, Russia, recently. This photo shows Alexandra wearing her Esri T-shirt in front of the Khram Spasa na Krovi-a multicolored, onion-domed church that was built on the spot where Emperor Alexander II was assassinated on March 1, 1881. Yelena explains that "this church has 20 different names depending on whom you ask."

 

Expanded T-Shirts

Jeff Michelsen
Jay, Jeff, and Jonny Michelsen
 
Jeff Michelsen, vice president and GIS manager, LandAmerica, Covina, California (and two other J.C. Michelsens!), were at Castro's Camp in Erendira, Mexico, when he was struck with the notion of snapping a group photo that showed off his Esri T-shirt. From the left: Jay C. Michelsen, Jeff C. Michelsen, and Jonny C. Michelsen.
Kenneth C. Juengling
Kenneth C. Juengling
 
Kenneth C. Juengling, president, Geospatial Training and Consulting, Inc., Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was visiting Kenya to assist with a medical clinic, then made a side trip to the escarpment for this photo of his Esri T-shirt (overlooking the Rift Valley). While in Kenya, his group purchased a generator to supplement the power to maintain vaccinations for the children of Kiambaa.

Wear an Esri T-shirt in a unique location and send a photograph to ArcNews. While digital photos sent via e-mail (tmiller@esri.com) are preferred, prints or slides can be sent to Thomas K. Miller, ArcNews Editor, ArcNews T-Shirt Feature, Esri, 380 New York Street, Redlands, California 92373-8100, USA.

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