Moving forward

Again, Lights Out San Francisco was a huge success, thanks to all of you! We’d also like to extend a special thank you to the photographers who took some amazing before and after photos for us.

If you liked what you saw in Dolores Park last Saturday, check out what else Teacher with the Bus has to offer.

Building off of all the positive responses we’ve received from folks across the country and even around the world, we’re moving forward with Lights Out America. Please join us in taking it to the next level by participating in Lights Out America on March 29th, 2008!

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