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  1. Just an FYI - more items came to Crossroads this morning!
  2. From my platform high above Cedarcrest Rd. I'm noticing lots of tuxedos and formal dresses so it must be prom somewhere tonight in Paulding. It is awesome seeing all the support from folks waving to those dropping food off early - PLEASE pass the word and tell everyone about this huge need in Paulding County! To learn more about Helping Hands of Paulding check them out here: http://www.squidoo.com/helpinghandspaulding
  3. I've taken over for the second 24 hour shift. A lot of great support coming in! Thanks for all love from everyone driving by as well as those of you who have already dropped off food. Some interesting statistics I found the other day related to why we're up here: * More than 2.8 billion people live on less than the equivalent of $2 per day * More than 1.2 billion people live on less than the equivalent of $1 per day * Nearly 1 billion people are illiterate (they can’t read or write) * More than 1 billion people don’t have access to safe water * 1/3 of all the world’s children under 5 suffer from malnutrition * Over 100,000,000 people around the world are homeless * 750,000 people in the USA in 2005 were homeless * 41% of these were families * 3,500,000 people in the USA in 2007 were homeless * 1,370,000 of which are under 18 Loving Life! (& Living High!)
  4. Beginning this weekend, the Scouts of the Pickett's Mill District will be distributing bags for the Scouting for Food drive! Please be on the lookout at your local Publix and area businesses who have drop off sites. Below is the press release regarding what is happening in northeast Paulding to get the word out. Regardless of where you live in the county, please, do all you can to help out this young men and their leaders as they work to help others during this difficult time. GETTING HIGH FOR FOOD Pastor, Banker and Scouting Leaders “Get High” for Food Drive Paulding County, GA March 21-28, 2009 – Community leaders spend 48 hours in the air in support of this year’s Scouting for Food program. Their goal is to fill up as many tents as possible with canned food items for Helping Hands of Paulding County food pantry. For 48 hours, Scout Leaders Geof Hutton and Rick Wittenbrook along with Pastor Ken Hagler of Crossroads United Methodist Church and Ed Long of Colonial Bank will remain aloft about 20 feet to raise awareness for Scouting for Food. Scouting for Food is sponsored by the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America and Publix Supermarkets. Ken and Geof saw an opportunity to combine the efforts of Crossroads UMC and Scouting to help their community in Paulding County. They also see this as an opportunity to rally the growing community of northeast Paulding around a project together. Ed, Vice-President at Colonial Bank of Seven Hills was quick to offer his support. All items collected will go to The Helping Hands of Paulding County, Inc., a local non-profit that helps families in need and supports other food pantries in Paulding County. On Saturday, March 21st, Scouts and church members will take to the neighborhoods of northeast Paulding County distributing over 4,500 bags donated by Publix. These bags can then be filled throughout the week. On Saturday, March 28th, families can then place their bags at the street for pick-up by Scouts from Cub Scout Packs 1916 and 9161 and Boy Scout Troop 2009. If you don’t get a bag, want to drop off your own, learn more about Scouting or you just want to see these brave and crazy souls in camping in the air, Geof, Rick, Ken and Ed will be in the Colonial Bank parking lot at the intersection of Cedarcrest Rd. and Seven Hills Blvd., from noon on Thursday, March 26th to 2pm, Saturday, March 28th when all food will be placed in tents before delivering the food to Helping Hands of Paulding County.
  5. The subdivision where the suspect was apprehended was North Springs. My wife and I watched the police apprehend him in our neighbor's backyard around 9:45-10pm. Thankfully we always lock our doors early as my neighbor saw the man run across our driveway and through our yard.
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