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--Dear Fellow Clay Fan and Pin Trader,

PA Clay Fans is putting together 1, hopefully2, complete pin sets to auction off for the Fun Center Project. May we count on you for a donation? When you reply, could you please specify the name of the pin and the number of pins (if you choose to donate). We thank you for your consideration.

Bonnie Markowski

PAClayFans

e-mail:albon725@adelphia.net

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I got an email from the ladies that are organizing a ticket donation fundraiser for the Boston Concert...here is her update:

We are working with the Crossroads Family Shelter in

East Boston & have received several tix, but are still in need of quite

a few more. We'd like to give some to a local battered women's home as

well. So I want to encourage anyone who has extra seats for the August

28 show who either can't sell them or can afford it to please consider

mailing them to:

HomeFair

c/o Pamela Like

150 Leyden St.

Boston, MA 02128

Please include your screen name & home board, your actual name & mailing

address & whether or not you'll be at the show. You'll get an immediate

email confirmation of your gift & then after the concert, the recipients

of your ticket(s) will mail you a thank you note, hopefully with a bit

of detail about their experience. I'll also make sure that Clay gets a

card with a list of everyone who contributed to this worthy cause.

Thanks again!

Claysvoice

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Just a reminder that the The Way We Make a Difference Ticket Donation Project is once again accepting tickets or cash for the upcoming Joyful Noise Tour #2.

While Christmas is coming early for the Pacific Northwest, those who benefit from this project will have memories of that voice and the joy Clay exudes that will last a lifetime.

To make a donation or for more information please visit their website:

http://www.thewaywemakeadifference.org

or

email them at:

ticketdonation@thewaywemakeadifference.org

Have participated in this project either with cash or direct ticket donation from its beginnings and am in awe of what they can accomplish. This project is managed by a group from several boards and is independent of any board. Have witnessed first-hand the smiles on faces of special needs individuals enjoying Clay's concerts. It is an absolutely priceless experience, and donating funds for a portion of one ticket can help make such a difference to one person at a time.

And they have the cutest pin as a "thank you" gesture.

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Charity Cruise to benefit The Bubel/Aiken Foundation!

A date of February 23, 2008 has been established for a 7 day cruise on the beautiful CARNIVAL fun ship GLORY to the exotic Western Caribbean. All fares include a tax deductible donation to benefit the Bubel/Aiken Foundation.

Cruise price includes everything listed below:

*ports of call to NASSAU, COSTA MAYA, BELIZE, COZUMEL, and finally back to Pt. CANAVERAL, FL

*All meals on board the ship including breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks

and room service if desired

(food available 24/7)

*Private cocktail gala with captain

*Gratuities (no worry looking around for money at the

end of the cruise)

*All on board entertainment (Broadway/Las Vegas style entertain-

ment nightly)

*Tax deductible donation of $100.00 to the Bubel/Aiken Foundation

Carnival Cruise match donation of $35.00 per person

*$50.00 shipboard credit per cabin

*several surprise gifts

All port taxes of $217.60 per person included

Most beverages included, alcohol and soda are at additional charge.

100 cabins have been reserved on the beautiful, Fun ship "Glory" with the following breakdown:

Interior- 24

Oceanview- 36

Balcony- 36

suite- 2

grand suite- 2

With that in mind the fares are as follows:

CATEGORY 4A

$787.60 P.P.D.O. (per person double occupancy)

(Interior)

CATEGORY 6A

$937.60 P.P.D.O. 3rd/4th $687.60 P.P.

(Ocean Veiw)

CATEGORY 8A $1087.60 P.P.D.O.

3rd/4th person $757.60 each

(Balcony)

CATEGORY 11 $1687.60 P.P.D.O. 3rd/4th person $787.60

(Suite)

CATEGORY 12 $2297.60 P.P.D.O. 3rd/4th person $787.60

(Grand Suite)

First deposit DUE NOW! to reserve cabin space

Second deposit due September 20, 2007 (half fare must be paid by then)

Final payment due December 10, 2007

American Express, Discover,

Mastercard and Visa are accepted

Airfare costs an additional amount.

Cruise transfers from Orlando airport to ship and return

$58.00 per person round trip

If the cruise sells out Bubel/Aiken will receive a donation of about $27,000.00!!

Also, A one day pre-cruise party is planned for an additional fee, so land lovers listen up, you can be a part of this fundraiser too!

Questions??? You may call Diane, the coordinator personally at (321)480-9881

Don't forget to visit these Sites!

BubelAiken.org

Warriors4Clay.com Carnival.com

FL Seller of Travel # ST36199

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A message from Laurie Weishar, Founder of Scrapping 4 Inclusion.

I would like to introduce to you Scrapping 4 Inclusion and also to our addition of a Café Press Store. One more way Scrapping 4 Inclusion is helping to raise awareness and funds for TBAF!

The Scrapping 4 Inclusion program and the Café Press Store addition are both BAF approved fundraising initiatives.

Scrapping 4 Inclusion is a program where volunteers across the USA are organizing a Scrapbooking Crop to raise funds and awareness for the Foundation. These crops are a fantastic way for the scrapbookers in each community to get together, have fun, and preserve their photos while raising awareness and funds for the Foundation. If you are a scrapbooker please check out the program. If you know someone who is involved in scrapbooking I encourage you to let them know what we are doing so that they can get involved.

Introducing the Café Press Store:

Logo Products (Scrapping 4 Inclusion & TBAF logos) including T-shirts, mugs, magnets, hoodies and much more.

All proceeds go directly to The Bubel/Aiken Foundation

CafePressBanner.png

A banner has been designed that can be placed in message board signatures, on blogs, in email messages etc. to help promote this initiative. We are very appreciative of the fact that the Clay Aiken fans are very supportive of the Foundation so we wanted to ensure that you all knew about Scrapping 4 Inclusion and the Café Press products.

If you have read the recent letter from Jerry Aiken, Executive Direction TBAF then you know that the Foundation has set a goal of 100 camps for 2008. The challenge lies with creating awareness as much as raising funds. If you have the funds but nobody out there knows what the Foundation does or about their programs then there won’t be anyone out there implement the new programs. Creating awareness is critical and you can all help with that.

Supporting the Scrapping 4 Inclusion initiative by helping to spread the word to the scrapbookers out there will help to achieve these goals. If you aren’t a scrapbooker you can still help support the Foundation through purchasing the logo products or by simply sharing the information with your friends, family and associates.

I encourage you to check out the program and logo products and if you able to put the banner in your signature on-line or in your blog that would be greatly appreciated. Pass the information on to all of your friends, fans and non fans. Many of them may support the foundation and there’s a chance that your non-fan friends might be scrapbookers and be interested in the products for that reason. The coding is below for both HTML and IMG (not sure which one is needed in what locations so I have provided both).

Please HELP us HELP the Foundation to HELP the children that could potentially be attending those 100 camps next year.

If you have any questions about the Scrapping 4 Inclusion program please feel free to email me at info@scrapping4inclusion.com

HTML CODE:

Simply copy this code to your blog, message board signatures, web sites etc.

<a href=http://www.cafepress.com/s4i>

<img border="0" src="http://www.scrapping4inclusion.com//Images/CafePressBanner.png" width="362" height="104"></a>

IMG CODING:

[URL=http://www.cafepress.com/s4i][img=http://www.scrapping4inclusion.com//Images/CafePressBanner.png][/URL]

Thank you so much for your support. Word of mouth is the best way to advertise and I am personally asking each of you to use your VOICE to help spread the word.

Laurie Weishar

Scrapping 4 Inclusion

403-226-6607

info@scrapping4inclusion.com

www.scrapping4inclusion.com

Come shop at our store and support BAF!

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Color me stupid, I guess, but I don't understand this scrapping for Inclusion project. I understand that we can buy products from the BA/F store, and the proceeds go to help the camps, but what are the people who are scrapping doing to raise money? Is it just a chance for people to get together and share photos and talk about BA/F? I'm lost.......As usual....... :cryingwlaughter:

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Color me stupid, I guess, but I don't understand this scrapping for Inclusion project. I understand that we can buy products from the BA/F store, and the proceeds go to help the camps, but what are the people who are scrapping doing to raise money? Is it just a chance for people to get together and share photos and talk about BA/F? I'm lost.......As usual....... :cryingwlaughter:

I thoguht they had cafe press merchandise and the profit goes to BAF??? not really sure myself.

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Color me stupid, I guess, but I don't understand this scrapping for Inclusion project. I understand that we can buy products from the BA/F store, and the proceeds go to help the camps, but what are the people who are scrapping doing to raise money? Is it just a chance for people to get together and share photos and talk about BA/F? I'm lost.......As usual....... :cryingwlaughter:

I thought they had cafe press merchandise and the profit goes to BAF??? not really sure myself.

Thanks Ansamcw. That's what I meant. That fans can order products from Cafe Press that have the logo Scraping for Inclusion on them and it goes to BA/F......However did the fans put that together or did BA/F? Are there groups of fans who get together and scrapbook? Is there something they do to raise money with the scrapebooks? I was just curious, because all I can figure out is that you can just buy stuff and put a banner in your siggie. :cryingwlaughter: Thanks for responding. I hope it raises a lot of money.

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Scrapping4Inclusion

From what I can read on their site, it looks like they organize different vendors to get together to sell scrappinbg supplies (and as I know from my sister, those who scrapbook needs ALL KINDS of supplies), but the benefits go to the BAF. It actually sounds like a pretty cool moneymaker for the BAF. Clayzor, I'm actually glad you asked because I never really could figure it out either, but now I know.

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From what I can read on their site, it looks like they organize different vendors to get together to sell scrappinbg supplies (and as I know from my sister, those who scrapbook needs ALL KINDS of supplies), but the benefits go to the BAF. It actually sounds like a pretty cool moneymaker for the BAF. Clayzor, I'm actually glad you asked because I never really could figure it out either, but now I know.

heee I should probably look into this one..my sister has a garage full of Creative Memories stuff. She was a rep for like 10 minutes...we are a family of croppers heee.

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Press release for scrapping 4 inclusion calendar:

Scrapping 4 Inclusion Announces 2008 Calendars

NewswireToday - /newswire/ - Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 10/23/2007 - Scrapping 4 Inclusion is proud to release a 2008 Calendar to benefit The Bubel/Aiken Foundation (TBAF). The Foundation was co-founded by Clay Aiken & Diane Bubel in 2003 to serve children with special needs and the goal of inclusion for ALL.

Digital Designer Erin Hooper and published poet Sally Meyer teamed up with Scrapping 4 Inclusion to create a beautiful, inspirational calendar to help spread the word about the importance of inclusion for ALL children and the mission of TBAF. This work of art has something to offer everyone, from scrapbook layout ideas to beautiful poetry and inspirational writings to some great photos of children simply living life to the fullest, together with no boundaries. Photos featured in the calendar include children with and without disabilities playing together at Let’s ALL Play Camps, participating in the Let’s ALL Scrapbook program as well as photos showcasing volunteers and TBAF staff working with the children. Also included are photos of one of the Scrapping 4 Inclusion fundraising events.

Erin Hooper, graciously donated her time and creativity to this project. Erin is a photographer and digital scrapbooker / artist from Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada.

Products used for the calendar were graciously donated by Scrap Girls. Scrap Girls is making it simple and fun to become a great digital scrapbooker. They are a web-based company offering Digital Scrapbooking Supplies, Educational Movie Tutorials and eBooks, and Commercially Licensed Graphic Design Products. Scrap Girls also puts out an email newsletter six days a week full of inspiration, tutorials and digital scrapbooking freebies and they offer a free beginner’s eBook for anyone needing help understanding where to start with digital scrapbooking. Visit their website for more information.

Writing contributions for the calendar were provided by Sally Meyer. Growing up in England, Sally learned to enjoy the simpler, slower side of life. At the age of 23, she immigrated to Utah, where she married and raised eight children and two husbands. When her eighth child was diagnosed with autism, she turned to her favorite means of problem solving and soul searching—her pen and paper/keyboard. She wrote poems about living with a son who has a disability. Then going a step further she created a year-long journal of his life, which she one day hopes to publish. Sally's poetry has been published in magazines, books and many websites. She recently branched out into the world of screenwriting and has completed four full length feature scripts and a television series.

Scrapping 4 Inclusion volunteers also provided their heartfelt words describing their experiences during the Let’s ALL Scrapbook program for publication in this calendar.

The calendars can be purchased from the Scrapping 4 Inclusion Café Press store at cafepress.com/s4i. You can also find links to purchase the calendars from the Scrapping 4 Inclusion website and The Bubel/Aiken Foundation website. A 2008 Calendar will make a fantastic holiday gift. Products can be purchased directly from Café Press and shipped anywhere internationally and you can even include a ‘gift message’ with your order. Help make inclusion a reality by purchasing your copy of the 2008 Scrapping 4 Inclusion calendar.

About Scrapping 4 Inclusion

Scrapping 4 Inclusion is an awareness and fundraising campaign where Volunteers across the USA will organize a Scrapbooking Crop in their community. A Scrapping 4 Inclusion Crop can be customized by each Organizer to fit with what they are personally able to manage and what the market in their community will bare. Scrapbook retailers are also encouraged to get involved and host a Scrapping 4 Inclusion event in their location. The program has been designed to be flexible and simple allowing everyone to get involved. For a calendar of upcoming events, check out the events listing on the Scrapping 4 Inclusion website for further details. For more information on how you can volunteer, please email Laurie at the email address provided below.

About The Bubel/Aiken Foundation

The Bubel/Aiken Foundation provides services and financial assistance to promote the full integration of children with disabilities into the life environment of those without. The Foundation strives to create awareness about the diversity of individuals with disabilities and the possibilities that inclusion can bring. A step in the right direction, even if a small step, brings us closer to our goal. All children deserve to experience the fullness of a life lived without boundaries. Eliminating the stereotypes that have long been associated with physical and mental disability is the first step to erasing lines that divide us.

The mission of The Bubel/Aiken Foundation is creating communities where ALL children can learn, live, and play together. To learn more about The Bubel/Aiken Foundation please visit their Website.

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Golfing for Inclusion

Golfing For Inclusion

January 7, 2008

Mirasol Country Club

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

First Annual Golf Tournament

For the benefit of The Bubel/Aiken Foundation

“Please join me, John Hancock, American Portfolios Financial

Services, and others for the first annual Golfing for Inclusion

tournament to be held January 7, 2008 at the Mirasol Country

Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. What a way to get 2008

started with world-class golf, fabulous prizes, post-golf

celebration, silent and live auctions, spectacular

entertainment, and raising funds to help children

with special needs!”

-Clay Aiken

Sponsorship Levels

Platinum Sponsorship $20,000.00

• Event passes for 2 foursomes

• Website promotion

• Two pages program advertising

• Sponsorship signage on 2 holes

• Identification as major event sponsor

• Celebrity photos

• Each participant may bring one guest

for post-golf celebration

Gold Sponsorship $10,000.00

• Event passes for 1 foursome

• Celebrity photos

• Hole sponsorship

• Website promotion

• Full page program advertising

• Each participant may bring one guest

for post-golf celebration

Foursome $2,000.00

• Event passes for 1 foursome

• Celebrity photos

• Each participant may bring one guest

for post-golf celebration

Individuals $500.00

• Event pass

• Celebrity photos

• Pass for guest to participate in post-golf celebration

Hole Sponsorships

• Hole sponsorships are available for a donation of $1,500.00

General Sponsors/In-Kind

Sponsorships solicited for goody bag items, auction items, hole-in-one promotion, food and beverage underwriting.

• Program identification

• Website promotions

• Visibility

Schedule

10:00

• Registration

• Golf Clinic

• Limited individualized instructions

• Photo ops

• Clinic conducted by PGA professional Wayne Player, son of Gary Player

• Brunch/Lunch available

12:00

• Shotgun Start - Scramble Format

5:00

• Golf Awards

• Silent auction

• Food and beverage islands

6:30

• Festivities

• Foundation overview

• Live auction

• Entertainment

Golfing for Inclusion Auction Items

Golfing for Inclusion Auction Items

On January 7, 2008, The Bubel/Aiken Foundation will host its first annual Golfing for Inclusion tournament at Mirasol Country Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. For more information, go to our Golf Page here.

We will be having a live auction after the golfing at Mirasol. We wanted to open bidding on several items to the general public. The following are the bidding instructions:

1. Bid by emailing aronhall@bubelaiken.org.

2. The Subject Line of the email should be "Golfing for Inclusion Auction Bid".

3. In the body of the email include the lot number and lot title. In addition, include your full name, phone number, address, and email.

4. In the body of the email, submit your MAXIMUM BID for the item. Submit bids in increments of $100.

5. Please only submit ONE (1) bid. Any bids under the minimum will not be considered.

6. The highest maximum bid will be sealed and then introduced to the live auction audience at Mirasol when their bidding has stopped. The live audience will be given the last chance to bid.

7. If your maximum bid is the winning bid, your purchase price will be $100 over the next highest bid.

8. We will contact you after the event only if you have won an item. We will make payment arrangements then.

Ready...set...BID!

Lot #001: Dinner with Clay Aiken

Dinner for two with Clay Aiken and guest(s) in New York City plus a sightseeing carriage ride. This will have to be on a Monday night. Schedules must be flexible!

Minimum Bid: $5,000

Lot #002: Autographed Augusta National Masters Flag

One of the famous yellow flags from The Masters autographed by past Masters Champions Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Gary Player.

Minimum Bid: $2,000

Lot #003: 2008 Masters Experience for Two

Head to beautiful Augusta, Georgia in April 2008 for a Masters Experience which includes Thursday and Friday Masters Passes, lodging in local homes, food prepared by professional chefs, plus hospitality. Transportation is not included. www.masters.org

Minimum Bid: $7,500

Lot #004: Golf and Breakfast with Gary and Wayne Player

Enjoy breakfast and round of golf for you and three friends with Gary and Wayne Player in the Palm Beach area. Schedules must be flexible!

Minimum Bid: $15,000

Lot #005: Golf at the Floridian with Wayne Player

Play a round of golf with three of your friends and Wayne Player at the Floridian—the exclusive private golf club owned by Miami Dolphins’ owner Wayne Huizenga.

Minimum Bid: $3,500

Lot #006: Online Poker Lesson with Greg Raymer

Experience a one-hour online poker lesson with 2004 World Series of Poker Champion Greg Raymer. The lesson will include Greg Raymer guiding you playing poker plus a demonstration where Greg actually plays and explains his playing logic during hands. A rare opportunity from one of the best in the game!

Minimum Bid: $5,000

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Connecting For Inclusion has a new, approved TBAF fundraiser: $3.00 of each book will go to the foundation. Once production costs have been paid, 100% ($6) will be donated. If production costs are not raised, 100% of sale from books will be donated to the foundtion. Production costs will be donated by members. This is our pledge

SEE SAMPLE PAGES AT OUR WEBSITE www.connectingforinclusion.com/Store.html

PROJECT: Grade School K-8/Day Care Coloring Book

PROJECT GOAL: Raise awareness in children and their parents on the importance of developing an early interest in inclusion and thereby making a difference in the lives of people with developmental and physical disabilities.

DESCRIPTION: Connecting For Inclusion has created a coloring book for children. The Coloring For Inclusion book is 24 pages long and includes both coloring and activity pages. These pages bring awareness to both children and their parents of the positive results of inclusion on children enjoying normal day to day activities. Connecting For Inclusion wrote the story creating a central theme and characters around which the coloring book story revolves. They have included various activities which are normally seen in a Day Camp setting including sports, group games, playground activities, socializing and teaching.

We are seeking feedback from everyone in order to determine how many coloring books we should produce for this project. By having a preliminary count we can obtain the best pricing and won't over or under produce the coloring book. The cost of the coloring book will be approximately $6.00 plus cost of shipping. We will provide a discounted price for those who are buying in quantities to donate to various organizations/schools. 100% of the profits will be donated to The Bubel-Aiken Foundation after our production costs are met.

Please respond to Dianna Sharp at dianna@connectingforinclusion.com with an approximate number of coloring books you think you would be interested in purchasing or for more information. The books should be available for shipping the first or second week of September.

Thank you all!

Dianna and all Connecting For Inclusion members

A Non-Profit Organization

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Connecting For Inclusion has a new, approved TBAF fundraiser: $3.00 of each book will go to the foundation. Once production costs have been paid, 100% ($6) will be donated. If production costs are not raised, 100% of sale from books will be donated to the foundtion. Production costs will be donated by members. This is our pledge

SEE SAMPLE PAGES AT OUR WEBSITE www.connectingforinclusion.com/Store.html

PROJECT: Grade School K-8/Day Care Coloring Book

PROJECT GOAL: Raise awareness in children and their parents on the importance of developing an early interest in inclusion and thereby making a difference in the lives of people with developmental and physical disabilities.

DESCRIPTION: Connecting For Inclusion has created a coloring book for children. The Coloring For Inclusion book is 24 pages long and includes both coloring and activity pages. These pages bring awareness to both children and their parents of the positive results of inclusion on children enjoying normal day to day activities. Connecting For Inclusion wrote the story creating a central theme and characters around which the coloring book story revolves. They have included various activities which are normally seen in a Day Camp setting including sports, group games, playground activities, socializing and teaching.

We are seeking feedback from everyone in order to determine how many coloring books we should produce for this project. By having a preliminary count we can obtain the best pricing and won't over or under produce the coloring book. The cost of the coloring book will be approximately $6.00 plus cost of shipping. We will provide a discounted price for those who are buying in quantities to donate to various organizations/schools. 100% of the profits will be donated to The Bubel-Aiken Foundation after our production costs are met.

Please respond to Dianna Sharp at dianna@connectingforinclusion.com with an approximate number of coloring books you think you would be interested in purchasing or for more information. The books should be available for shipping the first or second week of September.

Thank you all!

Dianna and all Connecting For Inclusion members

A Non-Profit Organization

Great Idea for a fundraiser and a super way to promote inclusion among our children. I can see these as teaching tools in schools and daycares and the kids have fun learning.

CAStarkeeper

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Deck the Halls 4 Inclusion

A TBAF Approved Holiday Fundraiser

Triad Voices for Inclusion, a Beta Alpha of The Bubel/Aiken Foundation, is proud to introduce "Deck the Halls 4 Inclusion" a holiday fundraiser in conjunction with Rockdale Wreaths, a Maine company which produces beautiful, handmade, natural wreaths. This year, as you begin to decorate your homes and offices for the holiday season, and prepare to exchange gifts with family and friends, we'd like to invite you to help The Bubel/Aiken Foundation provide an additional gift: the gift of a more inclusive life experience to children with and without disabilities across the nation

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For each individual wreath purchased through "Deck the Halls 4 Inclusion" the Bubel/Aiken Foundation will receive $9. Bulk orders, 8-10 wreaths shipped to any one address, not only saves you $5 per wreath on the purchase price, but also benefit the Foundation even more, bringing $13 per wreath. All prices, both here and on the website already include shipping built into the price. If you are placing a bulk order and have a Beta Alpha affiliation, please let us know and we will make sure the additional $4 per wreath donation is credited to the Beta Alpha of your choice. Please note: if you place a bulk order online with Rockdale please email us the details of your order-name on order and Beta Alpha affiliation-so that we can ensure that you receive Beta Alpha credit. The deadline for ordering wreaths is Monday November 17, 2008. You can see all of the wreaths, and a few bonus items, at our Rockdale store at the link below or on our website. When ordering directly from Rockdale at the store they have established for us online, please be sure to use the following link to ensure TBAF receives funds:

http://www.rockdalewreaths.com/shopaff.asp?affid=201

You will see a banner that says "Triad Voices for Inclusion." Should you prefer, you may choose to email the order form below to Pam Gaither: pam@triadvoices.org

If you have any further questions please visit our website www.triadvoices.org or email: pam@triadvoices.org. And please share this information with family and friends, and also distribute it across the internet. It's a wonderful opportunity for everyone to help support the Foundation's mission. And depending upon how successful we are this year, we are in talks to make this a national Beta Alpha fundraiser for next year.

Bulk Orders: Packages of 8 of the same wreath can be ordered at Rockdale online. For mixed wreath orders or orders of 10 wreaths, you will have to do email ordering: pam @triadvoices.org

Price List: Includes tax & shipping charges already. TBAF receives $9 per wreath, $13 per wreath for bulk orders with 8-10 wreaths shipping to any one address.

A. Deluxe $49.25

B. White Wreath $39.95

C. Classic $34.95

D. Country Charms $39.95

E. Blue Wreath $39.95

Bulk Orders (8-10 to a box):

A. Deluxe $44.25

B. White Wreath $34.95

C. Classic $29.95

D. Country Charms $34.95

E. Blue Wreath $34.95

Delivery dates for wreaths is between Nov.15-Dec.5. You may request a time frame and Rockdale will try to get the wreath as close to your preference as possible. Of course it does depend on when the wreaths are ordered, too.

Order Form:

Please email the following order form to Pam Gaither: pam@triadvoices.org

Name:

Street:

City: State: Zip:

Phone:

Wreath Style(s): Quantity:

For gift items only:

To: From:

***If you are ordering wreaths as gifts list the information for each gift. The address you list will be the address the wreath is to be shipped to.

Please note: Price includes tax and shipping. In the case of email orders, the Foundation's $9 or $13 donation will be deducted prior to submitting payment to Rockdale. For orders placed through the store, we have been given a unique link and customer ID which identifies all sales, and allows us to track all sales.

Sorry, wreaths cannot be delivered to PO Box addresses.

Email Orders: When we receive your order you will receive an email confirmation from us, along with payment instructions. Please make sure the details are correct, and notify us of any necessary changes. Note: we would prefer payment by PayPal (pam@triadvoices.org) but we will be happy to accept personal checks.If you desire to use your credit card, please use the online link to shop with Triad Voices for Inclusion at Rockdale's online store, unless you are placing a bulk order. For PayPal payments, there will be a charge of $1 per wreath charge to offset PayPal fees. **** All payments must be received by the payment deadline or your order will not be shipped.

Thank you so much for supporting The Bubel/Aiken Foundation's mission to

create communities where ALL children live, learn, and play.

Pamela Gaither

Triad Voices for Inclusion

volunteering to benefit The Bubel/Aiken Foundation

http://www.bubelaiken.org/

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I don't have a local group. I tried to organize a WFI last year in my hometown-but with just 1 person in town- 'and I couldn't find an affordable place to host it. it flopped

There are 5 of us Clayfans or relatives of Clay fans (not necessarily local) playing Iwon .com Games for TBAF. At the end of each month, the teams(3 in 2 categories-ours is in member created category) that raise the most coins playing games on the site, and using their web search, win money for their causes. Here's the info for joining the TBAF Team Iwon Team Challenge:The Bubel/Aiken Foundation For info on the Iwon Team Challenge(must allow popup to see the info), Click here! Thanks!

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