Friends, we need your help solving this mystery.  Our friend Jerry reported an accumulation of this mysterious blue powder around the doors of his 2016 Subaru Outback.  According to Jerry:

  • The blue mystery powder shows up randomly and has happened on all four fenders/doors. Normally by the front wheels.
  • It is a powder. It wipes off easily.  
  • Does not seem to be related to windshield-wiper fluid use.
  • Does not seem to be the result of an abrasion, since it wipes off and comes back.
  • The car has never been repainted.
  • The car has had a recent brake job.
  • Jerry says the only “out of the ordinary” driving he’s done lately is to go camping, and his daily drive takes him past a construction site.

Jerry says the only “out of the ordinary” driving he’s done lately is to go camping, and his daily drive now takes him past a construction site.

Do you know what the blue mystery powder is? We’d welcome your thoughts on the matter. Contact us here through the website, or on the corresponding thread on our facebook page. We’ll see you on the road!

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Thank you for being a part of the Nonprofit SnapCast family.  I wanted to take a quick minute to ask for your help and input on a couple of things.

1)  We are looking for your suggestions.  Specifically, if you know of someone who would make a good SnapCast guest, or if you have an idea for a subject we should cover on the SnapCast, please visit the Contact Us page on the Nonprofit SnapCast website and tell us.  As you know, we try to keep the podcast to roughly fifteen minutes in length, and we welcome participation from any nonprofit professional who can share their best practices and tips with others in the nonprofit sector.  Topics need not be related to pandemic, though we will continue to produce the occasional Special Episode on crisis management for nonprofits.  

2) Can you put us in touch with grant makers?  SnapCast would like to feature conversations with grant-makers in our efforts to provide solid content to our listeners.  We’re especially keen on talking with philanthropic entities that are very active in efforts related to our nation’s current events.  But in the longer term, we would also like to be speaking with entities who make grants as part of public health initiatives, disaster and emergency management, and other grant-makers in general.  

Thank you for your help! 

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