Hello, As some of you know, I started a program last month called Adopt a Missing Person. We took it on our tour of the state, and when we came back home, we put it online for anyone, regardless of location, to be able to participate. We have only had it online for a week, so I realize that many of your requests may be forthcoming. In case you are not familiar with the program, families of missing persons send us photo buttons of their missing loved one along with an info sheet that provides additional information as well as personal data, so that whoever adopts that person feels as if they know them. The adopter pledges to wear the button as often as they can to bring about awareness for that missing person. The info sheet gives them enough data to be able to share that missing person's story with anyone who asks. The adopter is also encouraged to let others know about the program so that they can participate too. Today I received our very first request from a Diane from Pennsylvania. She wants to adopt both Rachel Cooke and Maura Murray. I will be sending her buttons and info sheets today. Diane is a great example of one who takes action, rather than just talking about the problem. She believes that as individuals, we can have an impact. Good for Diane! So, I appeal to the hundreds of readers here, whom I assume have a vested interest in missing persons for whatever reason, to take action and participate in this program. You will never know the impact your ACTION could have, whereas talk doesn't do much, if anything, for these families. Please consider taking a few minutes to come to our website, look over the missing to adopt, and send us your prepared mailers. The link is: http://www.projectjason.org/adopt.html Try to put yourselves in the shoes of those who have a missing loved one and take action for them. I know they appreciate it greatly knowing that someone cares enough to do this for them. It gives them renewed hope that they will once again be reunited with that person. Thank you! Kelly Jolkowski, Mother of Missing Jason Jolkowski President and Founder, Project Jason www.projectjason.org (Note: This webpage is still in progress. Links to more info will be added soon, as well as new missing persons. We have nearly all of the adoptees on our Faces page which has the links to additional info.) Doyle: Sticky this post if you would, please.