With no aid in sight thousands of US citizens are in dire need of assistance. Homeless, clothesless and foodless, men women and children are fending for themselves while politics rules the day. With foul weather afoot and lives at stake I have been approached to spread the word of their dire need for assistance. Knowing some of the victims has further motivated me to push for help because of the magnitude of this disaster. And after interviewing them I've come to know exactly how serious the conditions are.
You would think the Land of Milk and Honey would have responded to their cries but as usual the main stream media has only touched on only a fraction of the dire conditions that exist in this region. But with a track record where dead bodies must be floating in the gutters before aid finally gets to the needy people have to take their fate into their own hands.
Thankfully there are human beings that are trying to put a dent in this catastrophic event. The Savage Family has taken it upon them selves to make a stand for humanity for the people in this region. They have proposed a Benefit Fund Raiser in an effort to give focus since it would appear no one is looking or cares about the lives of these families.
The people need clothing, blankets, food, water all the essentials of life since absolutely everything is destroyed do to massive flooding. As we well know disease is soon to follow if the bare basic needs of these human beings are not addressed. It is absolutely appalling that this could possible be happening in a land that boasts about stock prices and sending billions to China simply for a sporting event. Bare in mine thousands of human beings are homeless and without anything at all. Their children are in a state of shock and the realities of loosing everything they once owned comes to light. Are we to wait till there is a body count similar to the Katrina's? What does it take to get help when disaster strikes in this Land of Plenty? How destitute must human beings be before anyone takes this horrific event seriously?
Don't listen to the talking heads in the mainstream media circus or these so called signed orders for assistance since I just talked to people in the afflicted region and there is no help in sight, PERIOD. Go to the horse's mouth and ask for yourself. Here is a note from the Savage Family who is on the scene as I write this report and judge for yourself. I am asking the world for assistance since it does not seem anyone is home in Washington DC.
A note from the Savage Family Camp. Please take the time to inquire for yourselves.
ON 12-16-07 (In Washington State)WE WILL BE HOSTING A FUND RAISER AN BENEFIT GATHERING FOR THE FAMILIES (FLOOD VICTIMS) AT CHIEF LESCHI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM)
AT 5-9 PM NDN TIME WE ENCOURAGE ANY AN EVERYBODY WANTING 2 PARTICIPATE OR VOLUNTEER TO TAKE PART IN THIS CONTACT US OR JUST SHOW UP.
EVENT WILL CONSIST OF THE FOLLOWING;
OPEN COMMUNITY DISCUSSION ON THE PURPOSE OF THE GATHERING FOLLOWED BY LIVE ENTERTAINMENT ,
YOUTH SONG AN DRUM,POETRY,GUEST SPEAKERS,AN MORE.
THESES FAMILIES ARE IN NEED OF CLOTHING, BLANKETS, JACKETS, DRINKING WATER, FUNDS, FOOD ,PRETTY MUCH ANYTHING U CAN THINK OF
A DONATION AT THE DOOR IS ENTRY FEE 4 EVENT
4 MORE INFO HERE IS A LIST OF CONTACTS
is not just a Pow Wow or gathering. This is a humanitarian grass roots
attempt to save lives and absolutely anyone who reads this should
contact them via these contact points they have provided. They will
provide the added information needed if you are sending donations or
supplies since everything is needed at this juncture.
There is no excuse for the human suffering that is occurring at this time in the United States of America, none what so ever. But this drama is unfolding before the world's eyes and I hear their cries. I implore the world to take a long hard look at what is happening to these families. You have now been informed; their fate rests in your hands. Maybe if there was oil in this region they would get assistance.
Welcome to Chief Leschi School
Nestled in the Puyallup Valley, amid small farms and berry fields in the shadow of Mt. Rainier, lies Chief Leschi (pronounced "lesh-eye") School. We are a tribal school operated by the Puyallup Tribe of Indians, dedicated to serve the educational needs of all Native Americans in our area. Our 200,000 square foot school is intended to be a model for Native American programs around the country and show a glimpse into the future of Educational Technology for all educators.
The doors of our new facility opened in the fall of 1996, serving Native American students from 92 different tribes who come from as far south as Lacey and as far north as Federal Way, Washington by Seattle. Currently our enrollment is approximately 700 students who attend pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.
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Puyallup, WA 98371