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ACCESSPORTAMERICA INC
ACCESSPORTAME… SAYS:
THANK YOU!!! to everyone wh…
THANK YOU!!! to everyone who has supported someone on Team AccesSportAmerica. Please keep good thoughts of safe runs tomorrow at the marthon in this unseasonable heat. We want all our runners to cross the finish line hydrated and uprite! Thank you all - the athletes of AccesSportAmerica appreciate your support ~ this funding enables lives to be changed.
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ACCESSPORTAMERICA INC
ACCESSPORTAME… SAYS:
Thank you for supporting som…
Thank you for supporting someone on our Team AccesSportAmerica ~

Boston Marathon Kick-Off Party: Join us for Cocktails & Cupcakes!

We extend a special invitation to you to join us to meet and
celebrate with our 2012 Team AccesSport - our marathoners, our supporters and our athletes!

Thursday, April 12, 2012
5:30 pm
Millennium Bostonian Hotel, Boston
RSVP
by Monday end of day, April 9
Pam Rogers pam@accessportamerica.org
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Linda
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Hi...A December Vote sent yo…
Hi...A December Vote sent your way, along with best wishes for a successful Project... Also, Wishing you a Holiday filled with the warmth of caring, the joy of giving , and the love of friends and family... ( My Project...CURE EPILEPSY)
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Brenda
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Welcome to Crowdrise!! Here is a November vote (100 points), to help you get rolling!! Great to see you have already chosen a project!! You are off to an awesome start!!

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." ~Albert Pike
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Chris
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Welcome to Crowdrise! Here is a November vote for you! :)
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Elise Marie
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Hello, how are you doing? Welcome to Crowdrise. Here is my November vote for you. You are doing amazing things for charity here at Crowdrise. Please consider supporting my fundraiser for The Trevor Project. It would mean so much to me.

The Trevor Project is all about helping teenagers that are struggeling daily with depression, anxiety, bullying, discrimination just because they are gay. I am a lesbian myself and I have personally experienced how it is when people say you are sick because you are gay. The Trevor Lifeline is the only nationwide, around-the-clock crisis and suicide prevention helpline for LGBTQ youth. There should be equal rights for everyone and it is time to raise awareness and help these teenagers get a good life and let them experience what true love is.

I hope to hear from you.
Cheers,
Elise Marie
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Carol
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Welcome to Crowdrise! Here’s a November vote for you. If you get a chance, please check out my projects and consider joining one of my teams. Also, you can now follow my fundraising team on twitter: @ISFundraisers for more information! Good luck with everything.
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Linda
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Hi...Sending a November Vote your way, along with Best Wishes on a successful Project. November is also Epilepsy Awareness Month, so please think PURPLE for those that live with Epilepsy, including my son, Jason...Thanks!
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Craig Estee
Craig Estee
Boston, MA
CROWDRISING SINCE: Nov 18, 2011
Stuff About Me:

I am writing to ask for your support. On April 16th 2012, I will be running in the 115th Boston Marathon as part of Team AccesSportAmerica.

     AccesSportAmerica, a national non-profit organization founded in 1995 by Ross Lilley, inspires higher function and fitness for children and adults of all disabilities through high-challenge sports. AccesSportAmerica first came to national attention when The Boston Globe reported on Ross and his son, Joshua born in 1985 with cerebral palsy and quadriplegia, windsurfing off the coast of Cape Cod.

     Today, AccesSportAmerica focuses on adaptive high-challenge water sports and year-round conditioning and sports activity to build on newly acquired function and well-being. Programs are designed to promote each person's highest physical and athletic potential while cultivating social and emotional well being.

     As a veteran Boston Public Schools intensive special education teacher, I have witnessed first hand the positive impact ASA has on our cities youth with significant disabilities. When given access to programs such as: adaptive biking, adaptive sailing on the Charles River, and adaptive team sports; my Boston Public School students thrive on the challenge. These opportunities are truly once in a lifetime opportunities (for many of us).  ASA adapts sports that the most agile of athletes find challenging and bring these sports to children and adults with disabilities. The exhilaration inherent to each sport is just a part of the experience which fosters positive change in function and fitness as well as attitude and expectation for a life lived with a disability. Programs are designed to promote each person's highest physical and athletic potential while cultivating social and emotional well being. We are seeking to create a community where differences are diminished, blurred and often erased. The programs are designed to build a community of relationships that last a lifetime.The experience teaches and models the process of seeking and achieving hard-to-reach accomplishments. Ross and his staff at ASA have provided such opportunities to our cities most under served youth in a positive, upbeat, educational, and empowering environment.

     I am proud to have worked closely with AccesSport America over the years, and it is an honor to be running the 2012 Boston Marathon on behalf of this forward thinking organization. Please contact me at craigestee@gmail.com, if you have any questions :)  Regardless, thank you for taking the time to visit, and remember that every little bit helps.

     Please help me support this fantastic non-profit organization, which provides access to high challenge sports to children and adults with disabilities, by making a tax deductible ($10, $26, $50, or more) donation today!

Craig
Estee

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