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Peigimccann

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About Peigimccann

  • Rank
    Attila's Slave GAL
  • Birthday 07/27/1956

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    http://sierranatureprints.com
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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Santa Cruz, California
  • Interests
    Trees, trees and more trees!

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  • Where Are You From?
    United States
  • GALS/PALS Name
    Treehugger
  1. For "Giving Tuesday" please consider donating a few trees to Gerard's Grove of Trees for Life, the award winning group who has planted over 1 million trees in their efforts to bring back the Great Caledonian Forest of the Scottish Highlands - thank-you! Gerard's Grove
  2. 5090 Trees in Gerry's Groves!

  3. Gerard's three groves now have 5090 trees! Thanks to all of you who've been a part of this incredible effort! To donate to Gerard's Grove go here. To donate to the Phantom Phorest go here. To donate to the Robert Burns Grove go here. If you are not a citizen of the UK, ignore the “switch issue” blank on the form. You can convert dollars to pounds here (click).
  4. Gerard's three groves now have 5078 trees! Thanks to all of you who've been a part of this incredible effort! To donate to Gerard's Grove go here. To donate to the Phantom Phorest go here. To donate to the Robert Burns Grove go here. If you are not a citizen of the UK, ignore the “switch issue” blank on the form. You can convert dollars to pounds here (click).
  5. 7 more trees this week! 5076 trees! Thanks to all of you who've been a part of this stupendous effort! To donate to Gerard's Grove go here. To donate to the Phantom Phorest go here. To donate to the Robert Burns Grove go here. If you are not a citizen of the UK, ignore the “switch issue” blank on the form. You can convert dollars to pounds here (click).
  6. Yes! Gerry's three groves now contain 5069 trees! Thanks to all of you who've been a part of this stupendous effort! To donate to Gerard's Grove go here. To donate to the Phantom Phorest go here. To donate to the Robert Burns Grove go here. If you are not a citizen of the UK, ignore the “switch issue” blank on the form. You can convert dollars to pounds here (click).
  7. Even though our annual un-raffle is over, trees keep appearing in Gerard's Groves. The total is now 5065 Trees! Thanks to all for your generous donations!
  8. The Un-raffle is over for another year. Thanks to all of you who donated so many trees for Gerard's Grove and The Phantom Phorest, and thanks to all of you who donated so many prizes - the world will be a better place because of you!
  9. The staff at Trees for Life has drawn prize winning names from among those who donated during our Un-raffle! From Trees for Life: THANK YOU ever so much from ALL of us here at Trees for Life! We are planting our millionth tree this Sunday, a very exciting event. We couldn't have arrived at this moment without YOUR help! This year’s prize winners are: 1. Carel Long - A pristine copy of “Men’s Health” March 2007 edition with Gerard on the cover from an anonymous donor. 2. Donna Jean Montalbano - A pristine copy of “Men’s Health” March 2007 edition with Gerard on the cover from an anonymou
  10. The Un-raffle officially ended at midnight last night. Together we have reached 5062 trees! Prizes will be announced tonight! To donate to Gerard's Grove go here. To donate to the Phantom Phorest go here. To donate to the Robert Burns Grove go here. If you are not a citizen of the UK, ignore the “switch issue” blank on the form. You can convert dollars to pounds here (click).
  11. 16 hours to go to donate trees to Gerard’s Groves and be in the running for one of our fabulous prizes! We have reached 5062 trees! One more prize has come through for a lucky winner, two pillowslips handmade by felliniquilter herself. Thanks, fellini! Scottish blackface sheep To donate to Gerard's Grove go here. To donate to the Phantom Phorest go here. To donate to the Robert Burns Grove go here. If you are not a citizen of the UK, ignore the “switch issue” blank on the form. You can convert dollars to pounds here (click).
  12. One day to go to donate trees to Gerard’s Groves and be in the running for one of our terrific prizes! The Un-raffle will end at midnight Pacific time May 15, that's 30 hours from now! Thanks to all who have donated so far; with your help we are bringing back the Great Caledonian Forest of the Scottish Highlands! Bell heather in Gerard's first grove. To donate to Gerard's Grove go here. To donate to the Phantom Phorest go here. To donate to the Robert Burns Grove go here. If you are not a citizen of the UK, ignore the “switch issue” blank on the form. You can convert dollars to pound
  13. Only 76 hours to go to donate trees to Gerard’s Groves and be in the running for one of our fabulous prizes! Prizes include: 1, 2, & 3. A pristine copy of “Men’s Health” March 2007 edition with Gerard on the cover from an anonymous donor. 4 & 5. Gari Glaysher's Christmas Concert at the Derby Cathedral donated by Rose Marie. 6. A wee Scottish bear keychain from Stirling Castle, Scotland donated by Peigi McCann. 8. A copy of the novel, “P.S. I Love You” from an anonymous donor. 9. A crystal and chainmaille bracelet hand made by GeriatricFan. 10. Crystal and chainmaille earrings
  14. Only four days to go to donate trees to Gerard’s Groves and be in the running for one of our fabulous prizes! Thanks to all who have donated so far; with your help we are bringing back the Great Caledonian Forest of the Scottish Highlands! To donate to Gerard's Grove go here. To donate to the Phantom Phorest go here. To donate to the Robert Burns Grove go here. If you are not a citizen of the UK, ignore the “switch issue” blank on the form. You can convert dollars to pounds here (click).
  15. One more week to go! Besides honoring Gerry, our main purpose in running this "Un-raffle" is to help re-forest the Earth. As you can see from this map, the Earth's forests have been greatly impacted by our activities over the past few centuries. Now is the time to bring the trees back! “Much of the Earth was once covered by trees, but the majority of these were cleared long ago to make way for an ever expanding human population. This is particularly true in regions with a temperate climate such as Britain and other parts of Europe where agriculture took an early hold of the landscape.
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