This newsletter is by Youth Service America and is excellent on content. Criticisms: it uses non-standard characters (like special bullets) that can't be read by all e-mail users (note the strange symbols throughout the text), it needs better section headers (it's hard to tell where new sections begin), it doesn't consistantly use "http://" as a part of web addresses (which means users can't just click on the address in their e-mail to jump to the web site), it has no "how to subscribe" info, and the lines are way over 59 characters, which means many lines and borders come out "broken" when I receive this newsletter via e-mail (however, I've corrected that here, for easier reading).

 
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