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by Hart Fowler

Photos by Christina O'Connor

From concept to design to action, Peter Sforza was the man behind the scenes orchestrating Virginia Tech's message of gratitude, making this Thanksgiving one of positive…

On Saturday, November 17, participants in the Hokies Thank The World event - most clad in orange and maroon - stand on lines marking the outline of a giant drillfield message reading "VT THANKS YOU". The War Memorial is visible in the center…

On Saturday, November 17, participants in the Hokies Thank The World event stand on lines marking the outline of the Virginia Tech logo while the Marching Virginians help entertain the large crowd. Burruss Hall and the April 16th Memorial appear…

View of the drillfield prior to the start of the Hokies Thank The World event on Saturday, November 17, 2007. In the foreground, participants can clearly be seen standing on the marker lines that made up the massive thank you message.

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View of the drillfield prior to the start of the Hokies Thank The World event on Saturday, November 17, 2007. The large number of people visible in the center of the photo are filling in an outline of the Virginia Tech logo.

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Promotional flyer for Hokies Thank The World Event, scheduled for Saturday, November 17, 2007. Text on the flyer reads: "Join thousands of fellow Hokies in creating a message of thanks to the world that will be recorded by aerial photography and…

By Lynn Davis

BLACKSBURG, Va., November 14, 2007 -- A "Hokies Thank The World" event will take place Saturday, Nov. 17, from 10:35 to 11:12 a.m. at the Virginia Tech Drillfield in Blacksburg., rain or shine.

The event will bring together…