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At 4:19pm on February 17, 2010, Nolin (Admin) said…
Thanks for the update Maia. And thanks so much for all your help last year. The neighbourhood will miss you! Good luck with the move.
At 6:14pm on June 2, 2009, Darlene said…
Glad you did - I got home and worried that someone else took them!!

BTW - I've had really great feed back from a couple of the merchants - they are really excited about next year. I mentioned that they probably could expect the contribute a little cash up front to cover the costs for advertising etc...- they thought it was a fair request.
At 3:27pm on June 2, 2009, Maia said…
Hi Darlene: I picked up the boards at 1:30 and delivered them to Boston Paul. Thanks!
At 2:29pm on June 2, 2009, Darlene said…
Hi Maia,

I still have the two sandwich boards - do you want Randy to drop them off at your place or he could drop them off at Boston Paul's - I don't have his address but you can leave it for me in direct mail....
At 5:58pm on May 31, 2009, Jen C said…
Hi Maia,
Glad they were of use, saw them all over the 'hood yesterday : )
We're at 45 and home for the rest of the evening if you'd like to drop them off. Otherwise Paul can swing by and get them...
At 1:30pm on May 29, 2009, Rachel Finan said…
Hi Maia

So sorry, I didn't know about this part of the site :) absolutely I will put boards up and there were about 10-15 houses that didn't get flyers as we ran out so if you could bring a few tonight, that would be great and I will finish off :)
At 9:51am on May 25, 2009, Jen C said…
Hi Maia,

Boston Paul's GF here...sorry, he completely forgot to give you a call about the sandwich boards! I'll give you a ring to act as the intermediary : )
At 9:25pm on May 22, 2009, Boston Paul said…
Hi Maia,

Nolin asked me to get in touch with you, as he is soon to be preoccupied with other things!

I own an equipment rental business (we mostly work with film and television productions) and I've got sandwich boards, tables and chairs etc that I'd be happy to donate to the Stomp. I live on Boston Ave. so I could bring them home work on the Friday. You could use the sandwich boards to put your "Stomp This Way" signs on to bring people from Queen onto the side streets that are participating in the yards sales. They are 24" wide and 30" tall with room on both sides to tape or staple things.

Let me know!


At 4:10pm on May 21, 2009, maseymase said…
Maia - Okay - why don't you drop off some flyers to my house, and I will make sure that myself and a couple of other neighbors can deliver them. I will do Booth Ave north and south, and will also do Empire & McGee.
Is it possible to just speak to you on the phone?? (better for me, as I am a mom and don't do email often)
I am at 416-466-5194 or cell 416-543-5753
Thanks! Mason
At 8:47pm on May 15, 2009, Darlene said…
Hi Maia,

Here is another place I found to announce STOMP

It was great meeting you today...

I ran out of flyers but I did make it to everyone up to Alton - nothing beyond that. I also made it to Edward Levesque Kitchen today...

The merchants said they would add balloons to their store front to "fest - up" their area and were told to sign up on the stomp area of the site as a participant.


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