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Thank you all
Posted 19 July 2009 - 08:31 PM
I would like to thank everyone who donated an item, made a bid, or merely contributed to the cause. Considering the state of the economy, this year's auction was more of a success than last year. Tremendous job, guys. This is the best of SoSH.
I need to give special thanks to the cookbook guys - I can't wait to see the finished product. To LT and Blessyouboys for the great work on the master list, the payment site, and all the help with the auction. To Nip and LTF for press release and publicity. To the Skrub for the soul, and the place to bounce ideas. To Abs for the yeoman's work on both the cookbook and auction.
But the biggest thank you goes to Candy, who really is the driving force behind the whole thing. You are the best, LL, and John is one lucky cabron, I hope he realizes it.
I'll see many of you pendejos next Saturday, and wish it could be all of you.
Yo la tengo,
Posted 19 July 2009 - 09:31 PM
Thanks to everyone who bid, donated items, posted ideas, helped out and even just clicked on the forum. Considering the economy, I had really low expectations going in.
Once again, SoSH surprised me.
A job well done and a tip of the cap to all involved. I can't wait to see the cookbook and I'm looking forward to seeing many of you on the 25th!
Posted 20 July 2009 - 07:27 AM
Everyone who worked on the cookbook, the t-shirt, The Committee™, and soon - the hot dog eating contest (and you know you want to enter, don't you?) took the charge and went forth willingly to complete the myriad tasks that needed to be done. Their hearts were open and completely engaged in our purpose, which was to raise as much money as we could this year to fight the scourge that is ALS.
Thank-you everyone who worked so tirelessly, and to SoSH who once again stuck by us amateurs trying to do a grown-up's job and gave so willingly. Thank-you!
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Posted 20 July 2009 - 10:39 AM
Not meaning to gratuitously pile on, but wanted to add my thanks to the whole group as well, especially Laura Lee, whose handling of the bidding, and hand-holding of the bidders/donors, was one of the keys to its success, along with all of the other efforts to make this easier for us, from the audit updates to the master list, etc. THANKS GANG - job well done!
Posted 20 July 2009 - 12:53 PM
Posted 13 October 2009 - 08:10 AM
raising over $27,000 for ALS patient care and research through
their online auction. Over the last two years, The Sons of Sam
Horn Community raised over $90,000 for patient care and