Hurricane relief

May 31, 2006 at 10:29 pm 2 comments

Ok, I’ve sat on this posting long enough.  I haven’t posted it, because I feel guilty for not doing more.  I’d like to be a part of a relief trip, but haven’t found one I can be a part of yet, and I always seem so over committed lately.  (I can’t say I’ve looked very hard, either, to be honest.  Sorry!)  Anyway, just so the word might get out to a few others, here it is.

There is still a lot of work to do in the south after the hurricanes of 2005.  I’ve been reading Sue Mead's account of her trip on the GM blog.  She also linked to this local article where the youth from her church that accompanied her were interviewed.  

And then, there is this well written post, which makes us aware that some support for the New Orleans volunteers is getting ready to dry up unless we spread the word.  The writer makes a good point that the government is getting some good ROI with the money spent on this camp.

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