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I hate to be contrary, Brad, but I am especially appreciative that so many
coaches are sharing there thoughts on this topic, as this is going to be a
major obstacle for my private school team to overcome- zero storage- like
none what's so ever!-, and without the "reply all", I would have missed some
of the great ideas given on this topic and so many in the past.  I think
sharing our experiences and advice is one of the strengths of this group.
     Perhaps your email is overwhelmed by postings, but there's always the
"delete" button.  Use it liberally.  I know I do!
      I am trying to figure out if I can create a foldable table that folds
inward and would allow me to keep *most* of the pieces on when it is
stored.  I'll let you guys know my findings.
Much thanks for all those who shared already,
Brandy

On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 3:00 PM, Jennifer <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> We weighing the options of building a practice table.  Do you leave your
> table
> up all the time even when you aren't meeting?  If we meet at a library
> meeting
> room, we will have to transport it every time.  Any suggestions?
>
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