The Appalachian Messenger – April 28, 2017

july31headerThis week’s edition of the Appalachian Messenger has articles by:

Robert Gore
The Swarm

David DeGerolamo
Which Freedom Do You Want?

Francis W. Porretto

T. L. Davis
Who Will Make The Call?

Click here for the April 28, 2017 edition.

One thought on “The Appalachian Messenger – April 28, 2017”

  1. Thanks for allowing me to promote your publication and our efforts free of charge.

    Dear Media,

    Please consider publishing or broadcasting the contact information for any anti-litter group needing help so they may be contacted by those wanting to help, it’s good for the image and economy of our communities and North Carolina.

    Please publish all of my contact information!

    Gary Chamberlain

    May 2017 Community Pride Anti-Litter Event

    On Saturday, May 20, 2017, The “North Carolina Litter-Free Coalition” is encouraging local and national participation in litter recovery events on the third Saturday of February, May, August and November. We are encouraging Cherokee, Clay and Graham County plus all of North Carolina to be part of this effort and are hoping that our neighbors living in Georgia, Tennessee and Kentucky will join us. By working together, we can restore the true beauty to “America the Beautiful”.

    The North Carolina Litter –Free Coalition encourages all “At your own risk” ADOT Adopt-A-Highway groups, solo groups and individuals to join the “Road Warriors” in recovering as much highway and community litter as possible to improve the image and economy of North Carolina and our country. We are promoting pride in self, community and country.

    If you are a “At your own risk” Adopt-A-Highway group, solo group or individual, please share your contact information, meeting place and meeting times with your local newspapers, radio and television stations so that those wanting to help pick up litter may contact you directly.

    Can you imagine hundreds of people picking up litter on the same day? For maximum exposure, don’t pile the bags of litter up but leave them spaced at least three feet apart so that those that see them, realize the litter issues we face are serious and the effort of your group or individual effort are making a difference. In Cherokee County North Carolina, call the NCDOT at (828) 837-2742, Clay County (828) 389-8532 and Graham County (828) 479-3520 to have your highway litter event bags picked up …. Personal trash will not be picked up by the NCDOT.

    “America the Beautiful” depends upon all of us. Please contact the North Carolina Litter-Free Coalition if we may assist you in any manner, we need your help and there is something for everyone to do.

    Gary Chamberlain-North Carolina Litter-Free Coalition & “Road Warrior”
    PO Box 98 Murphy, NC 28906
    Facebook “North Carolina Litter-Free Coalition”
    Facebook “America the Beautiful & BagReadyJobs”
    (928) 202-1186 (AZ cell phone)

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