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« on: May 01, 2004 07:06:45 PM »

Hey all you crafty people, I am trying to figure out what my soccer team and I can give our coaches this year in appreciation of all that they have done for us. The thing is there are three of them, and 16 of us on the team who are broke high school students. Two of our coaches are male, but very different and the other a female.
Our head coach is very spontaous and a grad student at our local collage around 25 years old.
he second is 30, recently engaged, and moving away at the end of the year to get his PHD so we really want his to be special. He makes very corny jokes but is the team fav. when it comes to the three.
The third is our female coach, who is the Japeneese teacher at our school, and she has a son and is very "gangster".
Any ideas would be great because its really going to be a team effort to try and pull these gifts off.

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« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2004 05:33:09 AM »

Hi i'm not sure what kinda thing you are wanting to do but for the coach with the corny jokes you could buy a cheap t-shirt and embroider some of his best jokes onto it. It would be really personal and i'm sure if he's got a good sense of humour he would appreciate it! Or if you don't don't fancy the sewing you can t-shirts printed really cheaply you could even include a photo of the whole team on the back or something!! Hope that helps!
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« Reply #2 on: May 03, 2004 11:27:36 AM »

The t-shirt thing is not a bad idea...use some of that inkjet printer transfer paper, and then get all the team members to sign the t-shirts?
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