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Archive for September 2008


Today Saturday September 20th, 2008 Can-Do will be at Crow Creek Indian Reservation in Fort Thompson, South Dakota participating in the “A Day of Dignity” project. This is the second year of this event. This was started to provide immediate aid and assistance to this impoverished Sioux tribal community of 2,800 people. These are a tribe that has been left behind with help and promises and they desperately need our support. Read more


Help Crow Creek: Multicultural Humanitarian Day at Fort Thompson Sept. 20, 2008 – Public donations are still needed to help all low income residents. Please check out PROJECT CROW CREEK and get involved.

Iowa update coming soon.

The Oakville, Iowa drop/distribution was a success and we will posting updates and video documentation by Tue. CAN-DO has just returned from South Dakota, Crow Creek Indian Reservation, where we are setting up our Crow Project and the Day of Dignity, which will take place on September 20th. We will be posting all updates by Tue, Sept 2nd.

Hurricane Gustos- Pearlington, MS - Update From the Field

A brief update from Hattiesburg, MS. The Stennis Space Center is where many Pearlington residents took refuge during Katrina.

Sent: Monday, September 01, 2008 5:07 PM

Winds and rain have picked up again and I want to unplug my computer in case we lose electricity. 100 homes in Pearlington flooded and a tornado touched down near Stennis Space Center. Of course, Pearlington is just a few miles from the Center so I don’t know yet where it touched down. I’ll wait until the storm has moved out of our area before I call Dallas. I don’t know when she’ll go back, but she could tell us how the community center withstood the hurricane. I-90 was covered with water from Biloxi through Hancock County. I don’t know how much of our local news you can get so I’ll try to keep you updated. We are still under a tornado watch.

Additional Update from Pearlington....

An add’l update from Pearlington…
Sent: Monday, September 01, 2008 9:31 PM
Subject: Re: 9:15 pm

The 604 and White’s Road are under 3 feet of water–and there is no electricity in town, but the Community Center is fine, she said. Of course, the Beach Highway-90-is also flooded along with other areas.