In last week’s Spotlight, I thanked some of the people who made the Michigan State University Extension virtual fall conference 2010 a success. It would be impossible for me to mention everyone that contributed to the event, but there is someone that I’d like to spotlight in this message: Steve Evans, Agriculture and Natural Resources Communications multimedia producer, director and supervisor, put in countless hours before and during the conference – even coming in on weekends to get the job done. I’m told he worked somewhere in the range of 12 or 13 days straight leading up to and during FEC10. He pre-produced all of the award winners and that meant searching online for photos of the winners for those that he was not given photos of – and if you watched the awards ceremony you know that this must have taken hours. Steve helped produce just about all of the ANR Communications presentations and the institute directors’ main session. He carried out numerous technical tasks that I and probably the majority of you are clueless as to where to begin. On top of that, he served on the technology committee and found the time to work on and give his own presentation. I think that sometimes when things run so smoothly, it’s easy to forget the people behind the scenes who are making it happen. Steve Evans is one of those people who gets the job done professionally behind the scenes, making the rest of us look good.