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    [Success for Stacey!]

    Author: Lisa Salberg (---.dyn.optonline.net)

    Date: 11-14-02 18:15

    WOW... I am impressed with my niece! I am just home from the "Bands with Big Hearts Concert" that was held at the College of St. Elizabeth here in NJ. My niece pulled 5 bands in for a night of cool music and HCM awareness. It was wonderful...I did have to leave early as I am off to AHA Friday... but at the time I left there had been over 112 tickets sold and more headed for the door. Admission was $5.00 per student $7.00 for non students...

    This kid raised around $600.00 plus we sold a few T-shirts.... and one of the bands "Fairmont" wants to have a larger benefit concert for us later this year!

    I can tell you that Lori, Stacey’s mom and my sister, is smiling down from heaven with tons of pride in her little girl tonight! Great job Stacey!!

    My sincere thanks to the College of St. Elizabeth, Copperpot, Fairmont, Snoozebox and Adam Bird for there time, talent and support... You all have great big hearts...and we all appreciate everything you have done for all of us with HCM!

    Love,

    Aunt Lisa

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    [Re: Success for Stacey!]

    Author: Sarah B. -Board Moderator (---.client.attbi.com)

    Date: 11-14-02 19:01

    Way to go, Stacy!!!

    She is 18, right?

    Very cool.

    S

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    [Re: Success for Stacey!]

    Author: Mom (---.proxy.aol.com)

    Date: 11-15-02 02:21

    Way to go Stacey!

    Your very proud Grandma

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    [Re: Success for Stacey!]

    Author: Lisa Salberg (---.dyn.optonline.net)

    Date: 11-15-02 04:06

    yes she is 18 years old and taking the bull by the horns...oh she also has HCM!

    Also... my nephew John came up from his school TCNJ with a car full of friends to attend this concert, you may recall John and Stacey did this once before in the Spring... and that was a big success too!

    VPAL (or very proud Aunt Lisa)

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    [Re: Success for Stacey!]

    Author: mary Sharp (---.net193.fl.sprint-hsd.net)

    Date: 11-16-02 05:33

    That is so awesome! Way to go1

    mary S.

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    [Re: Success for Stacey!]

    Author: Lynn Perry (---.pica.army.mil)

    Date: 11-18-02 03:07

    hey stacey, have you given any thought to being a concert promoter when you graduate??

    great job. sorry i couldn't make it. see you on thursday.

    aunt lynn
    NOTE: This is a post from the previous forum message board.
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