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"Dear Poplar Creek Women's Golf Club members:
Our charity is gratefully appreciative of your support,
and will serve as inspiration to continue our mission.
if my memory serves me correctly, your golf tournament
jump-started our efforts to develop programs to maximize
the potential of both helping find missing children and teaching
child abduction prevention (Programs we modeled after the
already developed federal national programs - some since the
Without your partnership, along with the support we've received
from thousands of families, throughout seven western states
while we were attending annual regional high-attendance Fairs
and Festivals, and the support we receive, annually, from the
Oakland Athletics Baseball Organization and the A's fans who
bid on A's equipment and memorabilia, there would be no
reason to continue.
F.O.C.U.S./"3-CHILDREN" ORGANIZATION will continue to
gather support in our attempt to meet our mission and
objective, "...to compile statistics, increase exposure to the
public by working with the media on local and national levels
concerning the issues of missing persons and their families,
educate public officials and agencies on these issues, enhance
communication between the families of the missing and law
enforcement and bring positive attention and support to
not-for-profit missing persons organizations".
To help even more, please contact the NCMEC and tell them you
support the national effort to fix the national missing children
programs, and would appreciate seeing a monthly maintained
display of missing children notices, as directed and instructed in
the NALC/USPS CHILD ALERT PROGRAM.
This letter will become part of an internet site called Forum
Garden.com (go to their forums on "Missing Children", "Missing
Adults", "Amber Alert", etc). Various "threads", part of this
discussion group display the opinions and findings of the
F.O.C.U.S./"3-CHILDREN" Org. The more people we get behind
our effort, the better the chance we have to reach our goal
of having the annual federal funded national missing children
programs fixed, by having a monthly maintained display of
missing person notices in the lobby of every Post Office (monthly
printed notices are already available, from the NCMEC).
Some of the Federal missing children programs, are operating at
half of their instructed directions. A simple management
communication instructing those federal employees responsible
for maintaining a display of missing children notices in their
Postal District, "...post office lobbies, workroom floor area, and
other postal facilities...", is all it would require, the funding , and
the monthly printing of missing children notices , is already being
provided, sine the 1980's, to complete the instructions (so the
national program is working as intended ) the Post Master in
each postal District needs to see that each Post office in his/her
District maintains part to the "Post office lobby..." displays, to
include a monthly updated missing children notice section.
Including the "EMERGENCY BROADCAST FAX" notices, which
would improve the efficiency level of the AMBER ALERTS.
F.O.C.U.S. volunteers "