Making Strides Against Breast Cancer-Laurie's Leapin' Legs

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"Laurie's Leapin' Legs has had a team for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Downtown Jacksonville, FL for 3 years running. I am Laurie (the redhead in the middle). I was diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2008. I have been very lucky to have a wonderful support system. This year we had over 30 team member and we have already raised over $2100. We still have two more fundraising events. I decided we needed some very special T-shirts this year. I found CustomInk online. I loved that I could design my teams shirt. At a breast cancer event, everyone's shirts are pink and white. I wanted something different ... to stand out! What would be better for Laurie's Leapin' Legs than a green shirt with a frog jumping off the pink ribbon. CustomInk did just that for me. Everyone loved them. We even had other people ask if they could buy one!!!" - - Laurie's Leapin' Legs (Oct 16, 2010)

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Most incredible group of blessings from God.

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Best shirts ever

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Cutest shirts at the walk!!

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Love this shirt! I'll wear it proudly!!

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JAUG We had one of those in Broadmoor. It was decorated with vurioas plastic wildlife, a sign reading Protect our Wetlands was posted, along with a visitors sign in book, it made the news, the next day it was filled go figure