September 30, 2008

Helping ourselves. Helping our neighbors. Helping our heroes.

  • First up, Rick Noriega could use your help!
  • John McClelland could also use your help to get rid of Myra Crownover.
  • I gotta tell you, I LOVE the fact that we have some amazing people who are running against demons.

  • CHILDREN in Webster have started Operation Crayon to help out their classmates who lose everything in Ike. This is, honestly, just goddamn heartwarming. Seriously. This is what Texans do when things aren't so great and when their idiot Governor is more concerned about the election than doing his job

    Operation CRAYON
    McWhirter Elementary
    300 Pennsylvania Avenue
    Webster, TX 77598

    new or gently used clothing and shoes
    standardized dress attire
    lunch kits
    school supplies

    Open: M-F 8 to 4

    They are also enrolling students displaced by Hurricane Ike there.

    Clear Creek Independent School District is overseeing this kids initiative, so I can assure you it is a quality operation.

    Also my town is accepting donations:

    City of Seabrook Distribution and Donation Center
    Hampton Inn on NASA parkway
    running from 9/27 through 10/11

    small household items (pots, pans, dishes, small appliances)
    cleaning supplies
    food (if you send cans, please send pop top or a can opener too)
    personal hygiene items

    Volunteers are needed!

    Karen Campise 713-594-9422
    Lori Wauls 281-635-6363

  • Take a look at who is the Guest Poster at MOMocrats. WAY cool!
  • Y'all have a goodun and seriously, help these people out. They are putting their lives in hold to try to represent you.

    Posted by mcblogger at September 30, 2008 10:09 PM

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