Oklahoma Tornado Relief

I am writing this for your review/consideration. Yesterday, my wife and I were contacted by a close friend, that serves and protects our local communities, as a Sheriff deputy. Initially, they could not reach friends and family that were Read more

For Zion's Sake! An event you do not want to miss!

You do not want to miss these events!  A friend, Charley Wambolt, has coordinated these special opportunities to hear about current events taking place in the heart of Israel. FOR ZION'S SAKE is coming to Alabama & Mississippi. When/Where:  MAY 5, Read more

Blood Drive at USM for Boston Marathon victims

Hello family and friends.  My sister, Cara, is a college student at USM that has been coordinating events to raise awareness and funding for people with critical needs; particularly children with life threatening illnesses.  Currently, she is helping to Read more

Akira & Children’s Foundation

THE A.T.O. is bringing awareness about suicides among teenagers and young adults. Our initial focus is on St. Tammany Parish in Louisiana. This parish has an extremely high rate of suicides; for example, there have been 104 suicides in Read more

Jimmy Esposito Newk’s Fundraising

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Emma Sturm wrote this for the blog about the Newk’s Fundraiser for Jimmy Esposito:

The Newk’s fundraiser was a surprising event. With the economy as bad as it is, people from the community came to break bread and opened their already tight wallets. Several people said they wanted to give more but they gave all that they could. We met different people from all walks of life. I was approached by a woman who gladly bragged and shined of her husband Paul Davis. Mrs Davis glowed as she told me that her husband is a 15 year survivor of a heart transplant. He is due for his 15th year check up the following week after the event. Paul Davis smiled a gentle smile as he told me he wanted to call Jimmy and speak to him personally. Mr and Mrs Davis were so honored to be apart of the event. Once the night came to an end, Newk’s kept their doors open to our event all the way until close. As several of us got into our patrol cars we were approached by a young man, his name is Roman Crews , he gave us his whole tips for the evening 24.00. For an 18 year old college student that is a lot of money. Roman told me he graduated from George County High School. He moved down to the coast to go to college. Roman lives on his own, works two jobs and goes to MGCCC JD full time in hopes to be accepted into USM nursing program.