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Ink of the Week
Each week, we reward the CustomInk customer whose photo shows the most group spirit through our photo contest. Help pick this week's winning photo by voting for your favorites.
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MemoryVilla Scrapbooking Retreat by Live2create - about 5 years ago
Cari-Boob Coffee @ the Breast Cancer 3-Day Walk by AMueller - about 5 years ago
"We crewed (volunteered) at the Breast Cancer 3-Day walk in the Twin Cities in MN. Our theme was Cari-Boob Coffee Cafe, a play on the coffee store Caribou Coffee. Caribou loved it and even provided items for us to give away in a drawing for the over 3000 walkers that walked the 60 miles in 3 days!"
Girls Soccer by Soccer - about 5 years ago
Jackie's Yankee Suite Party by Hague - about 5 years ago
WBS Habitat for Humanity SA by John_Cox - about 5 years ago
"WBS volunteers with Habitat for Humanity four (4) times a year for one (1) complete day during the various season builds, sometimes staffing two (2) houses with a total of sixty (60) people. CustomInk begin suppling the t-shirts worn for this event last year."
Chick Trek '08 by Chick_Trek - about 5 years ago
Alpha Phi Delta Eta's Bid Day by 09-21-08 - about 5 years ago
Walkin' for the Girls 2008 by OurTeam - about 5 years ago
Hunting for a Cure by MichelleMac - about 5 years ago
"This was our annual participation in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's Walk to Cure Diabetes. Our niece, Calista, was diagnosed at three years old, she is eight years old now. Her daddy was killed in a tragic car accident in March 2007 and we missed the 2007 JDRF walk. Her daddy, Michael, always did the sponsorships, designing, and coordination for this annual walk, along with his now widow, Chrystal. They together have/had four children, Calista being their only girl and the eldest. They have since moved away to Minnesota, too far from our core family support and we miss them more than words can express, but their mom wanted to start a new leaf on life. So, being that our entire family shares in the passion of hunting, Calista's Uncle Ed came up with the team name "Hunting for a Cure 2008." Our O's and zeros were target symbols with a deer in the center. The backs of our shirts read "JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes, Benefiting Calista, In Memory of Michael." The green camo was offset with hot-pink lettering, Calista's favorite color. We shared an emotional walk, but enjoyable, and we had a memorable day together."