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bobmoody
 Saturday, September 06 2003 @ 01:34 pm EDT (Read 2246 times)  
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At our MARS 2003 event at the Art Center on August 23rd, I became sick enough that I couldn't stand from getting overheated. I want to thank each and every person who stepped up to the plate to pinch hit for me while I was down. From Bill and Rosemary Blasingame who tended to my immediate needs with water, ice and encouragement, to Cathy Goodwin, Suzie Burgett, and Larry McCarty who manned and operated the t-shirt table under the gazebo. And also to Frank Cullum, Dr Larson, the Pearson Family, Jeff Treshnell, Kenny Dickerson, Dale Hall, Roberta Parks and everyone else who had anything to do with assisting the public in seeing Mars after the clouds broke at around 11:30.
I CONGRATULATE YOU ALL ON A JOB WELL DONE!!!


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R Parks
 Saturday, September 13 2003 @ 01:02 am EDT  
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Smile I had a great time! I have never been a part of a big public event like that. It was a lot of fun, but I was exhausted when I got home! My feet hurt for a week Exclaimation I hope that we can do something like it again soon!


R Parks Alma, AR USA
 
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