PA Parent Run Website with Print-Off-Able Posters (for School, etc.)

Posted on: Wed, 08/28/2002 - 1:24pm
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pI had originally posted about this under Links, but recognize now that it is probably also appropriately found under Schools as well since I use the posters from this site for Jesse's school each and every year./p
pWhat I've done below is a mess. I've simply copied the whole thread from under Links, to the best of my ability (which isn't much), so try to decipher what you need to visit the site and get these wonderful posters./p
pCindy Spowartbr /
Cookbr /
Member /p
p Posts: 226br /
Registered: Jul 2002br /
posted December 02, 2000 06:46 PM /p
p You may like to check this new website out that is run by anotherbr /
PA parent. It has printable posters on it. It's a wonderful site andbr /
each of the posters looks simply wonderful. She, in fact, sent me abr /
couple of copies of the one poster for my son's class, which is nowbr /
up there!/p
p Now, I know this woman's intention was to set-up this site for PAbr /
parents that may not have a lot of money to be purchasing PAbr /
posters from allergy organizations, etc. Sometimes, even with PAbr /
parents, every penny counts and she recognized the need for a sitebr /
where people could print off posters, that were really great, for free./p
p So, kudos to this wonderful, thoughtful woman, and please checkbr /
out the site./p
p It's at [url="http://members.home.net/stumpf/"]http://members.home.net/stumpf/[/url] /p
p I'm not sure if that will come up clickable because it DOESN'T havebr /
www in front of it, but please try to check it out regardless./p
p Best wishes! /p
p ------------------/p
p [This message has been edited by Cindy Spowart Cook (editedbr /
December 03, 2000).]/p
p [This message has been edited by Cindy Spowart Cook (editedbr /
December 03, 2000).] /p
p IP: Loggedbr /
Conniebr /
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posted December 02, 2000 07:07 PM /p
p Hi Cindy,/p
p I tried the link and it didn't work. /p
p I'll do a search in yahoo and see what I can find. /p
p ------------------br /
Stay Safe. /p
p IP: Loggedbr /
Clairebr /
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p Posts: 1168br /
Registered: Apr 2000br /
posted December 02, 2000 08:44 PM /p
p Hi Connie,and cindy, I tried the website. The first time it would notbr /
come up,but then I tried it again right away and it worked. I copiedbr /
a poster and it is hanging on my door in the living room. I havebr /
never had any trouble but thought it would make a good coversationbr /
when I do have company. Take care claire /p
p IP: Loggedbr /
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posted December 02, 2000 09:04 PM /p
p Hi Claire,/p
p After reading your post, I tried it again and couldn't get it to workbr /
so I manually typed in the web address and left off "net" at the verybr /
end and it worked./p
p Cindy, I am going to modify your address...br /
[url="http://members.home.net/stumpf/"]http://members.home.net/stumpf/[/url] and hopefully this will work./p
p Thanks Cindy for posting this great site!!/p
p ------------------br /
Stay Safe./p
p [This message has been edited by Connie (edited December 02,br /
2000).] /p
p IP: Loggedbr /
Cindy Spowartbr /
Cookbr /
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p Posts: 226br /
Registered: Jul 2002br /
posted December 03, 2000 02:18 AM /p
p Connie, sorry, you're definitely right! Mis-typing! I feel really badly,br /
but at least you got it right! Best wishes and many thanks. /p
p ------------------/p
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Cindy Spowartbr /
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p Posts: 226br /
Registered: Jul 2002br /
posted December 03, 2000 09:53 AM /p
p Jeez, I realized that for people just wanting the link and notbr /
wanting anything else, I should go in and edit the link that Ibr /
mis-typed in the original thread-starter.br /
Anyway, Connie, thank-you. Now, it's properly addressed in twobr /
posts on the site./p
p I thought, how could you make a mistake with something thisbr /
important, idiot woman? And then why leave it that way, evenbr /
though Connie corrected it? The first post SHOULD have thebr /
information right./p
p I also e-mailed this woman's original e-mail to me about the site tobr /
every PA parent I know. I have had one parent say that they don'tbr /
like to be included in group mailings, for whatever reason, so I havebr /
to go in and e-mail it separately to all of the people.br /
I love spreading information like this though, so it was great./p
p Connie, thanks again. I thought, why go in there and post sorry,br /
mis-typing, why not go in and edit (but then, you can see what timebr /
I wrote that! LOL!). Best wishes! /p
p ------------------/p
p IP: Loggedbr /
Conniebr /
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posted December 03, 2000 11:50 AM /p
p Cindy, you're too funny! /p
p Claire, that's a great idea! I showed my son the site this morningbr /
and let him pick out the one he wanted printed for his bedroombr /
door. He picked the one with the adorable kitten. /p
p I'm going to print one off for my pantry door for babysitters andbr /
such...and you're right, it will make a great conversation piece./p
p ------------------br /
Stay Safe. /p
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Cayley's Mombr /
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p Posts: 1030br /
Registered: Mar 2001br /
posted December 03, 2000 01:30 PM /p
p Great website, great posters, great idea! Thanks for bringing it tobr /
our attention! Cayley's preschool made up their own printed outbr /
posters, but lately I noticed they're kind of ratty looking - this willbr /
be a great place for them to get new ones! /p
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Cindy Spowartbr /
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p Posts: 226br /
Registered: Jul 2002br /
posted December 03, 2000 06:34 PM /p
p Also, that's the other thing, if we, as PA parents are unable tobr /
financially provide the schools with posters, our cash strappedbr /
schools may have a hard time finding the money to do it too. Greatbr /
point, Cayley's Mom!/p
p I know that Jesse's "peanut free" classroom had a poster at adultbr /
eye level, meant for adults, and this woman had sent me one of thebr /
more child friendly posters that she's ended up including in herbr /
website. Now, Jesse's classroom has the more child friendly, butbr /
also very clearly worded poster from this website at eye levels forbr /
the kids. It's wonderful. Best wishes! /p
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p Posts: 76br /
Registered: Sep 2000br /
posted December 04, 2000 02:06 PM /p
p Hooray!!! I loved the posters. This is just what I needed to post onbr /
the nursery doors at church and else where. Wonderful and greatbr /
idea. Thank you very much. God bless you and your PA child. /p
p IP: Loggedbr /
Cindy Spowartbr /
Cookbr /
Member /p
p Posts: 226br /
Registered: Jul 2002br /
posted April 27, 2001 01:18 PM /p
p Although the website address for this was posted in teacher'sbr /
thread Off Topic about wanting to find a picture of a peanut, Ibr /
thought I would re-raise it regardless. It may be of interest to somebr /
other people since the last time it was raised./p
p Best wishes! /p
p ------------------/p
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p Posts: 126br /
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posted May 08, 2001 05:07 AM /p
p brill web site will use posters at home and for my friends in ourbr /
support group, will also use the posters on my stall at our localbr /
carnival as l have never seen any like this at our schools over here.br /
one very happy williamsmummy,bye!!! /p
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Cindy Spowartbr /
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p Posts: 226br /
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posted May 09, 2001 01:51 AM /p
p I just wanted to re-raise this thread (and see that williamsmummybr /
has already done so!) because the PA parent let me know that shebr /
had updated the website with some new posters and also somebr /
resource material. Please check it out. It is wonderful. /p
p For teacher, that was looking for a picture of a peanut, there isbr /
definitely one there now!/p
p Best wishes! /p
p ------------------/p
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p Posts: 226br /
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posted May 31, 2001 12:41 AM /p
p I'm just re-raising this thread for vic, in case it may be of anybr /
assistance to her whatsoever./p
p Best wishes! /p
p ------------------/p
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Suebr /
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p Posts: 408br /
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posted August 10, 2001 12:37 PM /p
p Now that school is starting again, thought some of these picturesbr /
would help - just brining it to the top/p
p Sue in Sunny Arizona /p
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California Mombr /
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posted September 13, 2001 12:03 PM /p
p I just printed one off to use for our "peanut free" table at school.br /
Thank you so much, Cindy, for making this so easy! Without thisbr /
site I cannot imagine how I would be trying to accomplish any of thebr /
stuff I've had to do to keep Leah safe. Thanks to all of you! Miriam /p
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p Posts: 226br /
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posted September 13, 2001 09:56 PM /p
p I wanted to take the opportunity to thank the parent running thisbr /
website since the thread has been raised again. Part of the packagebr /
of materials that I took into Jesse's school this year included newbr /
posters from her website for them to use for his classroom andbr /
anywhere else they might like./p
p I truly believe this is a wonderful website and I'm really hoping thatbr /
if people take thebr /
time to visit they may take the additional moment to e-mail the PAbr /
parent who is running this website to thank her for her wonderfulbr /
and cost-free (to us) efforts./p
p Many thanks and best wishes! /p
p ------------------/p
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posted March 30, 2002 02:34 PM /p
p Is this web-site no-longer available? I can not get it to work. Mybr /
daughters gymnastics coach ask me for some posters for a nut/PNbr /
free facility!/p
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Karalot /p
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Cindy Spowartbr /
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p Posts: 226br /
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posted April 01, 2002 02:57 PM /p
p Karen T., let me check with the parent who runs the website. I hopebr /
it's not because the posters were great!/p
p Best wishes! /p
p ------------------/p
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p Posts: 226br /
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posted April 03, 2002 03:18 PM /p
p I did contact the PA parent that was running this site, and yes, it isbr /
"down" right now.br /
She is working on getting it back up and running and it may have abr /
different website address (which I will post if she doesn't).br /
She was really pleased to hear from me re this though to know thatbr /
people did miss the website./p
p I know that I gave Jesse's teachers for the past two years now,br /
posters from the website and they are fabulous. They are childbr /
friendly and also make the point of "peanut free" really nicely ratherbr /
than just the stop sign with the peanut and the cross through it./p
p Best wishes! /p
p ------------------/p
p IP: Loggedbr /
Cindy Spowartbr /
Cookbr /
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p Posts: 226br /
Registered: Jul 2002br /
posted April 03, 2002 03:19 PM /p
p I did contact the PA parent that was running this site, and yes, it isbr /
"down" right now.br /
She is working on getting it back up and running and it may have abr /
different website address (which I will post if she doesn't).br /
She was really pleased to hear from me re this though to know thatbr /
people did miss the website./p
p I know that I gave Jesse's teachers for the past two years now,br /
posters from the website and they are fabulous. They are childbr /
friendly and also make the point of "peanut free" really nicely ratherbr /
than just the stop sign with the peanut and the cross through it./p
p Best wishes! /p
p ------------------/p
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riverbr /
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p Posts: 274br /
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posted May 21, 2002 09:05 AM /p
p This website is up again! Here is the new URL:/p
p [url="http://members.rogers.com/stumpf/"]http://members.rogers.com/stumpf/[/url] /p
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Cindy Spowartbr /
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p Posts: 226br /
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posted May 21, 2002 09:14 AM /p
p river, excellent! Thank-you for letting us know! I know how manybr /
people here have used the site to print off posters for various thingsbr /
(particularly schools) and even though they might not drop you abr /
note to thank you when they do visit the website, it is being used!br /
Now, if I just had a dam* printer that worked!/p
p Many thanks and best wishes! /p
p ------------------/p
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posted May 24, 2002 10:39 AM /p
p Yeah thanks so much for doing this! These posters are so cute and ibr /
agree with CIndy I need a printer that will print! LOL/p
p Leah /p
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posted August 28, 2002 11:21 PM /p
p Simply re-raising for Concerned (I believe).br /
I think I may transfer this thread over to Schools section as well (asbr /
if I know how to really do that!)./p
p Best wishes! /p
p ------------------/p
p I hope it turned out okay with the links clickable./p
pBest wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img] /p
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Posted on: Sat, 08/31/2002 - 12:38am
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Thanks Cindy for finding this site again! I was looking all over for it. [url="http://members.rogers.com/stumpf/"]http://members.rogers.com/stumpf/[/url] [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
Stay safe,
Rhonda
[This message has been edited by Rhonda RS (edited August 31, 2002).]

Posted on: Mon, 09/02/2002 - 10:51am
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Cindy,
I tried to go to this website for the posters, but couldn't get in. Is it an old site? Anything recent that anyone knows about?
Thanks,
TN

Posted on: Mon, 09/02/2002 - 11:03am
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TNormile,
I know you directed your request to Cindy but since I was already here I thought I would help you out. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
Click on the link Rhonda RS provided above your post and once that web page comes up, scroll down until you see *Click on Posters* and they will come up for you.
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Stay Safe!
Connie

Posted on: Mon, 09/02/2002 - 1:15pm
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TNormile, welcome! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img] Rhonda, thanks for re-raising the link properly so that people could access it. And Jazz It Up, well, you know that the packing fairy didn't come to my
home and now the unpacking one hasn't either, so I haven't seen the computer until now - thank-you for your help as well! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/wink.gif[/img]
It is a great website and I learned that Jesse's teacher from his old school has sent the posters to the new school. I'm hoping to see them tomorrow when I go in. The ones they used last year, despite me having given them the great posters were kinda dreary.
Many thanks and best wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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