Well, they done good in Houston! This just in from the instigator:
At 7:10 AM -0600 10/31/05, Virginia Spiegel wrote:
Congratulations! Your donated postcards raised over $18,500 at Houston with more money coming in from Sunday sales and the silent auction postcards. We will undoubtedly be over $19,000! Our grand total is now over $30,000 raised for the American Cancer Society.
I can't possibly thank all of the people who made this such a huge success, but, of course, I must mention Karey, our fairy godmother and honorary chairperson and her wonderful staff, most especially the patient and hardworking, Andrea. Over 700 postcards were placed in acid-free plastic display bags and velcroed to the display boards before we ever arrived. Can you imagine the work that went into that!
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from the Times Union newspaper, Albany NY, 30 Oct 2005
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