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Pelham's invention in action. Courtesy of ezbabysaver.com.
Igor July 2, 2014 at 04:53 pm
How about you pay attention. Course maybe if the baby was shaped like a cell phone (they never seemRead More to forget those).
Ellen R Majewski July 11, 2014 at 03:56 am
Already this summer there are far too many incidents of children and pets being left to die in hotRead More cars. Make a statement. Be alert. Let others know that this negligence is unacceptable. Buy a shirt, form a team, grab your friends and volunteer some time to do a car check the next time you are in a hot parking lot. Bring a hammer or crowbar just in case. This is a two tier project. First, preorder your t-shirt, tank top or hoody at http://teespring.com/windowbreaker T-shirt sales goal = 50 shirts in 20 days. For those who not familiar with teespring. com, pre-order your shirt on reserve. When the goal of 50 shirts is met or exceeded, shirts will be shipped to you by the company. If the goal is not met, the order is cancelled and no money is charged to you or your credit card. Proceeds from shirt sales will be reinvested to purchase bumper stickers that will be available locally and online. Bumper stickers will spread the message to a greater audience and remind the ignorant that we are paying attention - even if they are not! It is our moral obligation to protect those who cannot protect themselves. There comes a time when we are called to act. The time to act is now before another victim headlines the news. Will you choose to be part of the answer? I did. I ordered my shirt last night. Join this worthwhile cause TODAY! Please share
Craig Zac July 16, 2014 at 11:09 am
Great idea and kudos to this kid who invented this but this poor kid is in for a rude awakening whenRead More some moron tries to sue him because he put it in his car and it broke or fell off and the person didn't get reminded that his baby was in the car and it died. Sorry but this is the society we have raised!
Duluth Matters volunteers helped spruce up an alley in downtown Duluth.
DavidE July 10, 2013 at 08:35 am
Thank you Billy for your hard work.
Sean July 10, 2013 at 09:51 am
Lots of volunteers still needed for the work day this Saturday!! Come out and support yourRead More community!! Tell your friends and neighbors!! Check out the Duluth Matters Facebook page!! Don't sit back and watch, get involved!!!!!!!
Jason Brock June 4, 2013 at 12:58 am
It's a pleasure to be part of such a wonderful community!!! I look forward to new projects andRead More opportunities to make a difference. We strive to be part of the solution and be a resource in this community.
Jean H August 10, 2012 at 12:30 pm
Both are wonderful community supporters! Thank you Duluth Merchants Association and Duluth FallRead More Festival.... If you are not already involved... check them out!
Debbie Nicholas July 20, 2012 at 01:49 pm
Way to go Judy - You are always and delight and I enjoy seeing you at various events throughout theRead More city. My granddaughter, Jade, is one of your favorite patrons at Strickland House. She absolutely loves Breakfast with the Elves, at Christmas. Keep up the good work and we truly appreciate what you do for the City of Duluth!
Nefesh Chaya July 20, 2012 at 02:05 pm
You are an amazing woman who inspires Soooo many!! Thank you for sharing who you are with so many.Read More <3 love ya best *wink <3
Gwen July 20, 2012 at 06:07 pm
As a fellow member of the Duluth Historical Society, I can say without reservation that Judy WilsonRead More is one of the most hardworking and dedicated citizens of our community. She works countless volunteer hours at Duluth's history museum at the Strickland House to ensure that our city's history is preserved for future generations. Hats off to you, Judy, for all that you do. Your work does not go unnoticed. You're a rare gem.
Jean H June 26, 2012 at 07:53 pm
Truly a community effort in getting the basement converted to a store... and the landscaping,Read More etc.... Thank you to so many individuals, churches, organizations and businesses that gave of their gifts, talents, skills, and resources. And those that continue to volunteer to help keep the doors of Hands of Christ open to the community in need. Thank you!
Jef Fincher April 27, 2012 at 12:29 pm
Kathryn exemplifies what a true public service is all about. Both her parents Mr. Calvin and Ms.Read More Kate, as well as her sisters Ann Odum and Margaret Andrews all have had an impact on the lives of people in Gwinnett and the surrounding area for decades. Their success can be directly attributed to the friendships and personal relationships that come from a commitment to values and support of those that seek to make a difference in the community. Along the way they harvested life's greatest reward, a full life of purpose that is gained only through hard work and sacrifice. The truly great accomplish good results by lifting up and recognizing the good in all people and galvanizing it to a greater purpose.
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