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Welsh,
can you spead the word around the marina?
We may also have fliers for you to post.
The bbq cook out and offical get togetrher will be on Saturday afternoon.
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Welsh,
can you spead the word around the marina?
We may also have fliers for you to post.
The bbq cook out and offical get togetrher will be on Saturday afternoon.
Thanks,
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Sure ... I'd be happy to. If someone puts together a flier as a pdf or something that I can print out, just send it to me and I'll worry about it getting printed and posted.

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If you do go to the Sail With Courtney Facebook page, I just learned something. If you click on "crewmembers" just under the blank where you can write something is where the comments are going in from people.

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Sure ... I'd be happy to. If someone puts together a flier as a pdf or something that I can print out, just send it to me and I'll worry about it getting printed and posted.
No problem. It's in the works.

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Thanks for all the quick loyal fans to the new page! Its still under construction so pardon the cobwebs. Feel free to post your stories share photos we are all on this journey together now!

I made the page as a fan page not a normal facebook page. It would seem it was more about Courtney then the whole Cancer cause as a collective. It made more sense to do a fan page that way anyone and everyone could join without having to approve them also it makes it easier to search. Spread the word!

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Well done Carrie.

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OK- This thing is really starting to build steem and grow every day. I for one am thrilled at the reception you all are giving this event/project/movement.

To try and make sure we stay organized we have set up an email account to allow anyone with questions to contact us directly. The new email is:
SailwithCourtney (at) comcast.net
If you have questions, comments, or want to find the event nearest to you drop us a line. If you are going to (or thinking about) hosting an event in your area, even if its just you or you and a friend, let me know where you'll be located and how to get a hold of you. There might be others in your area that would like to join in.

We are in the process of putting up a website to consolidate all the information and locations (Thanks CK). I'll let you know as soon as it is ready.

Thanks again for your support of this great event and your interest and support of this cause.

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I am happy to announce we have a website up and running for this event. Big thanks to CK for making this happen and to my lovely wife for adding all the content. It is still a bit of a work in progress, but we will be making improvements and adding more content as we go along. Please sign in and make comments as you see fit.

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The burgee and the date

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Looks great... but I'd take out the date.. They could be used repeatedly if this becomes a annual event
I showed the Admiral the burgee and she had a couple of comments that I'd like to pass along:

1) If the idea is to charge more than the actual cost as part of the fund raising, then having the date makes sense as you would want to sell a new one each year to everyone. Sort of a recurring revenue stream.

2) If that is not the idea and you are going to count on donations (and not burgee sales) to raise money, she thought you might want to say "Est. 2010". Particularly if you see this becoming an annual event.

Submitted for your consideration ...

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