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March 11, 2022

We are so dependent on internet and phone service. I was preparing to attend the Committee I serve on with the North Carolina Commission Against Human Trafficking when Verizon lost its services. The Zoom meeting started at 10 am. Oh well.

I figured this was a good time for an update.

There is an upcoming meeting with Dr. Watlington and staff members regarding anti-Human Trafficking programs in the school system. That is answered prayer. I like Dr. Watlington, and I think he has a heart for the children. I will keep you updated.

I recently presented a program to the Rockwell Amvets Post. Posters and awareness cards were passed out—what a great group of Vets.

At the conclusion, they passed the hat and presented us with $209. That is in addition to the previous $300. Wow!

We are aware of some folks who need our help, I will go shopping and purchase some essential items for them.

I am working with some folks on our website. This is a critical need for us to reach more people and organizations. Hopefully, it will be up soon.

Robin is getting us signed up on 211. It will include our email and phone and eventually our website.


A lot is going on in our world today, and there are many needs. “The squeaky wheel gets the oil. 


We need to keep Human Trafficking awareness on the front burner. If we don’t, who will?


Thanks for your support as we fight this battle.


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