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    Arrow breast cancer awareness coin

    i thought i would share this coin with others i made an order for ten of them because i believe the awareness should be out there.
    www.coinsandpins.com/product_info.php?cPath=24&products_id=620
    seen on bumper sticker: visualize--whirled peas

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    Default I agree Jamie

    That's why I bought one from Tess for Kathie at Geowoodstock this year.
    Happy Trails!
    Yeah it's a Jeep thing!


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    I got my tags today and they look great. I picked up 10 of them 1 for each of the kids and some to trade and 2 for myself.
    seen on bumper sticker: visualize--whirled peas

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    also found at that site other geotag geocoins. i released one of the breast cancer ones yesterday in augusta i hope it travels far and does it job to bring awareness.
    seen on bumper sticker: visualize--whirled peas

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    just bringing this forward because it is breast cancer awareness month.
    seen on bumper sticker: visualize--whirled peas

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    Default very proactive

    so i got a tattoo today here it isClick image for larger version. 

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    seen on bumper sticker: visualize--whirled peas

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    It's important to remember - not just women are effected by breast cancer.

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    My sister is a breast cancer survivor, so I'm not unfamiliar with it and support your efforts. And I note that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

    September was Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and I regret that the disease does not get as much attention.

    Support Pints for Prostates!


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    Default Cancer Awareness

    I'd be very surprised if there are any members on this site that have not had a "cancer" experience, whether a loved one, friend or even a personal experience. Di and I certainly have and quite recently. The research being done is making more cancers treatable and most importantly survivable.

    Maine geocachers can join the fight and help with the cure by joining in the Relay for Life which Emsdanel chairs. It's a fun event and an opportunity to get together with fellow geocachers to give back, pay it forward, support...whatever you'd like to call it. While you won't get to log a "find" for this event, you will end up with a smile when you watch all the Maine cancer surivivors take the first lap around the track.

    Hope we get a great turn-out in Ellsworth this spring!
    Sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason.

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    I agree Dan. The survivor round of the Relay is something that we all should see. We all have lost someone we know to cancer. It's good to see the hope as well. Emsdanel's Ellsworth location isn't the only one in the state, for those that can't make it. They hold them in Many communities.
    I'm just nuts about geocaching!!

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