Free Webcast Tonight featuring Missing Adults

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  1. Kelly

    Kelly Founder, Project Jason

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    International Webcast featuring: East Coast Missing children and adults!

    Lorne Boulet, James Farrence Jr., Audrey May Herron, Sharon Ivy Jones, Asukile & Sakile Melchishua , Tina & Bethany Sinclair, William Smolinski Jr., Crystal Soles & Patricia Viola

    Saturday Jan 14, 2005
    8-10 PM PST
    "GINA for Missing Persons"
    Featuring: Kelly Fitzgerald (Salem, MA, native)
    & Jannel Rap the C Street Band

    Kulak's Woodshed
    5230 1/2 Laurel Canyon Blvd.
    North Hollywood, CA
    To view click on link below

    Join us and DO SOMETHING about it. If you can't make it to Hollywood you can do something about it anyway; by forwarding and watching! See you one way or another Saturday Night!

    When singer/songwriter, Jannel Rap's sister (, Gina Bos, disappeared Oct 17, 2000 she had no idea that this would be a pivitol life changing moment. Gina's story had no scandal, no suspects and lacked the hook and intrigue to get the attention of the national public. Gina Bos had simply vanished after performing at a pub in Lincoln, NE. Six months of slamming doors woke Jannel up in the middle of the night to do what she already does. The concept of using entertainment to get attention for the missing was born. Since Oct 2001, 150 concerts nationwide, 2 nonprofit organizations (,, a TV show called "America Lost and FOUND" and now a monthly international webcast featuring east coast missing.

    FEATURED ARTIST & Salem, MA native, Kelly Fitzgerald, just released her first solo CD "So Far." Kelly has shared the stage with such artists as Shelby Lynne, Nancy Griffith, Cheap Trick, Eddie Money, Vonda Shepard, the Gin Blossoms and more...

    Thanks for your attention!
    Jannel Rap
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  3. Kelly

    Kelly Founder, Project Jason

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    The sister of Gina Bos, Jannel Rap, was recently interviewed for the Missing People Podcast, a Project Jason partner. In the interview, Jannel tells the story of her missing sister and how she started her organization, Gina for Missing Persons. You'll also hear some of her beautiful and moving music that was inspired by Gina's disappearance.

    You may listen to the three part interview at this link:

    Thank you for caring about the missing.

    Kelly Jolkowski, Mother of Missing Jason Jolkowski
    President and Founder,
    Project Jason
    Read our Voice for the Missing Blog

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