Someone you should know!The Internationally celebrated choreographer and dancer Vassili Sulich has just released his new book Vision in the Desert. The book tells of his life experiences growing up in Croatia on the island of Brac. He recounts the war years spent in the refugee camp in El Shat, Egypt, along with so many other fellow countrymen. He became a ballet dancer and eventually made his way to the U.S., settling in Las Vegas, where he founded the Nevada Dance Theater. The book tells of his life in ballet and the many people he has encountered throughout his lifetime.He was recently recognized for his many accomplishments in the United States Senate. The Congressional Record for Wednesday, December 5, 2001, refers to Vassili Sulich "one of Nevada's true cultural treasures." Among his many awards, he received the State of Nevada Governor's Arts Award for "Outstanding Individual Artist" and is credited with the "cultural evolution" of that state.His beautiful home in Las Vegas is filled with treasures from his beloved homeland and has been featured in magazines and newspapers. He has often returned to his hometown of Pucisca, on Brac and remains close friends with people he grew up with there.The Las Vegas Philharmonic recently hosted a very successful booksigning event for Sulich, in conjunction with their annual Yuletide Celebration Concerts.His book is available through many outlets, including Barnes & Noble, Amazon.com, etc. ISBN 1-931741-04-2Regards,Nancy (Andjelich) Margraffp.s. I have a copy of the Congressional Record mentioned abovedistributed by CROWN - www.croatianworld.net - CroWorldNet@aol.comNotice: This e-mail and the attachments are confidential information.If you are not the intended recipient of this e-mail, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying of this e-mail and the attachments is strictly prohibited and violators will be held to the fullest possible extent of any applicable laws governing electronic Privacy. If you have received this e-mail in error please immediately notify the sender by telephone or e-mail, and permanently delete this e-mail and any attachments.