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I'd be happy to help coordinate a BC, Canada Sail for Courtenay if there's enough of us here to pull it off.

Since we are out sailing for most of our summers, I missed the bulk of the original thread, and to be honest have yet to read it all... I confess to having trouble dealing with a youngsters' suffering....

Our hearts go out to your family...

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I'd be interested.. I wonder if this should be synchronized with the other gathering...



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I'd be interested.. I wonder if this should be synchronized with the other gathering...



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Hi David.. As I understand it this is to be a common event for August 28 2010 - so if you're referring to the Feb meet I'm not sure that's a fit.

Perhaps T34C can confirm....

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No.. I wasn't thinking of February... It would be cool to have events in different places going on at the same time....

Or at least within a few days of each other...

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David,

There are 4 posters, or at least in the past from here in Edmonds, You and I, tenuki and "still in shock". The latter two I have not personally seen post in awhile. I do st SIS as she is on F dock, and an EYC member. Tenuki, other than facebook info, he is rather quite!

CYCE has a race scheduled sat aug 28.

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No.. I wasn't thinking of February... It would be cool to have events in different places going on at the same time....

Or at least within a few days of each other...
The current plan is to have multiple events around the country/world all taking place on Aug. 28. When I say event, anyone going for a sail on their boat and honoring Courtney's memory and/or flying one of the flags (we are working on), counts. I understand some clubs may have races on that day, or other things going on... I would encourage you to race in her honor, or get together with others at the dock or a raft-up after the race.

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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
Carrie, Thank you for posting the video. I guess enough time has passed that the video brings me more smiles then tears. You two together were something. A little bit Laurel & Hardy, and a little bit Laverne and Shirley.


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This is the burgee that we are thinking about using. We are thinking about taking out to date. What do you think about it? Thanks, Mike


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I think that is a great design. I really like how you turned the pink ribbon into a set of sails. Rick
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I feel the same way dad, if Im having a bad night sometimes I watch it to put everything into perspective, the love, the sacrafice..It has taken a long time for me to watch the video and not only bawl through it but to also smile till the end..its sad that the dancing part isnt at the end of this video because thats my favorite...you hear her laugh...no one can describe that and I never want it to leave me...I miss her...it haunts me everyday..there are things in the apartment I wont even touch or move...I know she is in a better place now, watching us, laughing at our mistakes, and so deeply touched that so many people are not only making time for her, but making time for remembrance...in her stead...I say thank you...she would laugh, she would dance and she would love..that was Courtney....

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