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Re: SWAPS

Post by Jaol » May 9th, 2015, 9:12 am

SOclhs1 wrote:Hey guys!!

I started a division B and C team at the school I work at last year. So this is our first time at nationals. I'm curious what kind of items are popular at the swap meet? We've been told to bring license plates.

Some items that we've collected so far: Arkansas Game & Fish magnet license plates, a few items from the Crater of Diamonds state park (shirts, hats, pencils w/miniature rocks and minerals in it), lapel pins, mini bags of rice, drawstring bags from various state agencies, and vintage buttons from the Clinton Library Foundation (the buttons are from Clinton's campaign). Are these items that would go over well at the swap?
Congrats on on making the teams and getting to nationals so quickly. I don't know if your items would be popular but I would definitely trade for some of those!
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Re: SWAPS

Post by SOclhs1 » May 9th, 2015, 4:47 pm

Jaol wrote:
SOclhs1 wrote:Hey guys!!

I started a division B and C team at the school I work at last year. So this is our first time at nationals. I'm curious what kind of items are popular at the swap meet? We've been told to bring license plates.

Some items that we've collected so far: Arkansas Game & Fish magnet license plates, a few items from the Crater of Diamonds state park (shirts, hats, pencils w/miniature rocks and minerals in it), lapel pins, mini bags of rice, drawstring bags from various state agencies, and vintage buttons from the Clinton Library Foundation (the buttons are from Clinton's campaign). Are these items that would go over well at the swap?
Congrats on on making the teams and getting to nationals so quickly. I don't know if your items would be popular but I would definitely trade for some of those!

Thank you! I'm proud of both of my teams...they both showed improvement over last year!! Hopefully you will be able to find some of my kids during the swap meet and trade!! (they are the Div. C from Arkansas) :)

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Re: SWAPS

Post by Jaol » May 9th, 2015, 4:57 pm

SOclhs1 wrote:
Jaol wrote:
SOclhs1 wrote:Hey guys!!

I started a division B and C team at the school I work at last year. So this is our first time at nationals. I'm curious what kind of items are popular at the swap meet? We've been told to bring license plates.

Some items that we've collected so far: Arkansas Game & Fish magnet license plates, a few items from the Crater of Diamonds state park (shirts, hats, pencils w/miniature rocks and minerals in it), lapel pins, mini bags of rice, drawstring bags from various state agencies, and vintage buttons from the Clinton Library Foundation (the buttons are from Clinton's campaign). Are these items that would go over well at the swap?
Congrats on on making the teams and getting to nationals so quickly. I don't know if your items would be popular but I would definitely trade for some of those!

Thank you! I'm proud of both of my teams...they both showed improvement over last year!! Hopefully you will be able to find some of my kids during the swap meet and trade!! (they are the Div. C from Arkansas) :)
Do they have a team shirt? If they do maybe I can identify some of them. Since they are high schoolers I might be shy though. :roll:. Also are you guys from County Line?
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Re: SWAPS

Post by SOclhs1 » May 9th, 2015, 5:28 pm

Congrats on on making the teams and getting to nationals so quickly. I don't know if your items would be popular but I would definitely trade for some of those![/quote]


Thank you! I'm proud of both of my teams...they both showed improvement over last year!! Hopefully you will be able to find some of my kids during the swap meet and trade!! (they are the Div. C from Arkansas) :)[/quote]
Do they have a team shirt? If they do maybe I can identify some of them. Since they are high schoolers I might be shy though. :roll:. Also are you guys from County Line?[/quote]

Yes we are from County Line. We do have a team shirt, but we are wearing them on Saturday. I'm sure they will be wearing either something from County Line or Arkansas.
All of my kids are really nice, so there is no need to be shy. Our school is a 7-12th school with 227 students.

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Re: SWAPS

Post by awesome90220 » May 9th, 2015, 6:32 pm

SOclhs1 wrote:Hey guys!!

I started a division B and C team at the school I work at last year. So this is our first time at nationals. I'm curious what kind of items are popular at the swap meet? We've been told to bring license plates.

Some items that we've collected so far: Arkansas Game & Fish magnet license plates, a few items from the Crater of Diamonds state park (shirts, hats, pencils w/miniature rocks and minerals in it), lapel pins, mini bags of rice, drawstring bags from various state agencies, and vintage buttons from the Clinton Library Foundation (the buttons are from Clinton's campaign). Are these items that would go over well at the swap?
Most of it should be fine, I think you can go to swap meets with just about anything and get cool stuff. Almost anything. I think SciOly kids hate agriculture. Last year someone threw in a pack of black-eyed susan seeds and had no success trading them. Actually, I ended up just losing them. :lol: So watch out for that rice :D
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Re: SWAPS

Post by Jaol » May 9th, 2015, 7:26 pm

SOclhs1 wrote:Congrats on on making the teams and getting to nationals so quickly. I don't know if your items would be popular but I would definitely trade for some of those!

Thank you! I'm proud of both of my teams...they both showed improvement over last year!! Hopefully you will be able to find some of my kids during the swap meet and trade!! (they are the Div. C from Arkansas) :)[/quote]
Do they have a team shirt? If they do maybe I can identify some of them. Since they are high schoolers I might be shy though. :roll:. Also are you guys from County Line?[/quote]

Yes we are from County Line. We do have a team shirt, but we are wearing them on Saturday. I'm sure they will be wearing either something from County Line or Arkansas.
All of my kids are really nice, so there is no need to be shy. Our school is a 7-12th school with 227 students.[/quote]
Wow our school is private PreK-8th with roughly 200
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Re: SWAPS

Post by samlan16 » May 10th, 2015, 10:35 am

Jaol wrote:
SOclhs1 wrote: Yes we are from County Line. We do have a team shirt, but we are wearing them on Saturday. I'm sure they will be wearing either something from County Line or Arkansas.
All of my kids are really nice, so there is no need to be shy. Our school is a 7-12th school with 227 students.
Wow our school is private PreK-8th with roughly 200
Yeah, just enough for a flash mob for the principal. :D
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Re: SWAPS

Post by Jaol » May 10th, 2015, 1:30 pm

samlan16 wrote:
Jaol wrote:
SOclhs1 wrote: Yes we are from County Line. We do have a team shirt, but we are wearing them on Saturday. I'm sure they will be wearing either something from County Line or Arkansas.
All of my kids are really nice, so there is no need to be shy. Our school is a 7-12th school with 227 students.
Wow our school is private PreK-8th with roughly 200
Yeah, just enough for a flash mob for the principal. :D
Quite so samlan16
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Re: SWAPS

Post by Unome » May 10th, 2015, 2:18 pm

Jaol wrote:
samlan16 wrote:
Jaol wrote: Wow our school is private PreK-8th with roughly 200
Yeah, just enough for a flash mob for the principal. :D
Quite so samlan16
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Re: SWAPS

Post by Jaol » May 10th, 2015, 2:27 pm

Unome wrote:
Jaol wrote:
samlan16 wrote: Yeah, just enough for a flash mob for the principal. :D
Quite so samlan16
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May 1st or 2nd for his birthday. Naturally the elementary and Prek students did better than the middle schoolers.
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