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Sounds great.

I am sorry to say I missed most of the original posts as they were happening.

Like everyone else I read the threads and was moved by so many things, Courtney's strength of character and incredible attitude. Also the character and attitude of her family, and also by the camaraderie of so many of the members here. No matter how crummy I was feeling I couldn't justify it after reading those messages. It was a touchstone for me, and probably many others, to see how brave and courageous people deal with tough times.


I would gladly fly a flag to show my support. I am not sure if I will be able to cross the lake to attend but will be trying to work that into my summer plans.
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How about a Tampa Bay contingent? Any body else?
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Can someone locate a good spot for the group that is forming in the Chesapeake? Anyone want to be the lead for that group? I'd be happy to help remotely.
I'd be glad to be the POC for the Chesapeake group but be advised that we can't really do anything before about May when we expect to be back in town.
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I'd be glad to be the POC for the Chesapeake group but be advised that we can't really do anything before about May when we expect to be back in town.
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sent you a note on Facebook- happy to help!
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eryka/MMR - Thanks for stepping up to get the ball rolling in your area!

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eryka/MMR - Thanks for stepping up to get the ball rolling in your area!
Yes, thank you guys so much!


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As I read this post I couldn’t help but think of my 9 yo grand daughter Courtney Alexandria. She is my life, my every breath and could not even begin to imagine the pain. I held her and told her how much I love her as I shared this story with her.

In solidarity with my fellow sailors be it known that the S.V. Courtney Alexandria will sail August 28, 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico proudly flying a pink ribbon.
Courtney you will not be forgotten !!!

Bubb (Mike) know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and Courtney.

The crew of the S.V. Courtney Alexandria
Victor, Kathy, Courtney


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Mmm...had a dream last night about a raftup of boats streaming pink, black, and white ribbons ...
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Thanx MMR, got it, there's no such thing as too many caring people. I think I can get us some publicity in both Spinsheet and the Capital - this girl will NOT be forgotten!
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Thumbs up Thanks to you all

Simply put, thank you to each one of you wonderful souls...In case you guys havent seen this here is a memorial video I made of Courtney...enjoy...

YouTube - Courtney Paige Clevenger, Age 23~ R.I.P. Breast Cancer

There is a tide in the affairs of men. Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. But omitted, and the voyage of their life is bound in shallows and miseries. On such a full sea are we now afloat, and we must take the current when it serves -- or lose the ventures before us." -- William Shakespeare, "Julius Ceaser"..
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