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Friday, June 15, 2007

Sunbeam Article

Tomorrow is the Butterfly release and it hard to believe. The butterflies just arrived. Just so you know, 4 dozen butterflies weigh less than a pound!

I have seen the basic article that Samaritan will be using in their yearly report. It looks great and I can't wait to see the finished product.

And today, another great article was published in the Salem County Sunbeam. I am including the link to the article. You can copy and paste in your address line. The article was written by Randall Clark and he did a lot of research and also spoke with Fran and me. It was much longer than I anticipated and front page! Enjoy and if you have time, drop Randall a line and let him know how much we appreciate him helping our cause.
Hope to see you tomorrow!


JP Manzi said...

James, hope you got my message. Such is the military, I got called into mid shift on Friday and Saturday night. I tried switching with everyone and it could not be done. Tara will be there for the butterfly release.

When you get the chance, dinner....on me.

Wish I was there.

Becky said...

James, I never met Katie or yourself but I have followed your blog for some time. The Sunbeam Article was absolutely beautiful! The butterfly release will quite a sight and what a great honor for your wife and daughter! They will be watching over you all...always! I wish I could be there...but I live in Kansas. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God Bless! May God give you comfort in knowing Katie and your daughter are safe in His arms.

Christina said...

The article was very nice. It sounds like Katie was an angel here on earth. The world is a better place because of her. Katie and your daughter will enjoy watching the butterflies...what a lovely idea.
I'm glad to see your sorrow has lifted just a bit and that you are able to find some enjoyment in life.
I continue to keep you in my thoughts and prayers.
God Bless


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