Citizens For A Better Norwood

Thursday, May 07, 2009

Urgent: more crossing guards needed for Forget Me Knot Walk

Jack Weston with Norwood Young Professionals asked us to post this last-minute plea for more crossing guards in the hope that some of our readers can help out:
We need your help!
We have committed to providing the Forget Me Knot Walk with 15 to 20 volunteers on Saturday. As of this morning, we are well short of that committment. Along with Citizens on Patrol, we'll be serving as crossing guards for the walk, which starts at 8 a.m. The walk is held in honor of Caleb Fuller, who lost his battle with bone cancer while attending school in Norwood. He requested to "not be forgotten" during his fight, and the money raised while celebrating his passion for life will go towards scholarships at the Cornerstone Christian Academy where he attended. You will be provided with free lunch and a t-shirt for your efforts, and you'll feel good about yourself! We'll send you detailed instructions upon your reply to