Pickle Salt

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I applied to an in-state school that looks heavily at an applicant's desire to provide health care in rural communities. One of the questions on its secondary was, well, tell us what you've done in the past that proves to us that rural healthcare is something that interests you. I wrote a nice little essay and sent it in.

here's the problem: I completely forgot about this Rural Health Education program I was a big part of during my freshman year (hey i wrote the essay at 2am and was a little drowsy...). I am confident that this experience would help my chances at getting an interview. I am pretty sure my application is under review by the committee this week (I contacted them and found this out).... Should I e-mail someone at the school (i.e. associate deans, deans) and let them know about this important experience?
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