Pearlington Needs Your Help, too

Clayton is, I spose, from Pearlington, but he’s been in Slidell quite a bit.  Takes really amazing photos.  Check this blog.  Update:  the more I read, the more I see that we need to take action over there as well.  Clayton posted a list of specific needs yesterday.  Basic things — all the staples — and bigger things as well.  If you’ve got your basic stuff handled here in town, consider running over to Pearlington to see what you can do there.  [via John Wagner]

524 Responses to “Pearlington Needs Your Help, too”

  1. Yvonne Says:

    Incredible Blog. The pictures were fantastic, real talent there. The text, moving. Prayers for all.

  2. Phoenix Friend Says:

    Thanks for the link to Eden. Clayton’s art - visual and written - is amazing, as are the people of the Gulf Coast (but, I already knew that)…

  3. Harry Selsor Says:

    FEMA, the Red Cross and the President should read this …as well as Fox, CNN, NBC, CBS ABC etc..

  4. kenneth Says:

    hi, i grew uo in slidell and i still call it my home. it’s a beautiful place-an escape. my heart goes out to every victim (including my family members there who lost everything). my prayers go out to the locals and my friends and family… god bless

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