Monday, August 06, 2007


When I hear the word "convoy" I think of the 70's song by C.W. McCall about renegade truckers barrelling down the highway.

Today there will be a different kind of "convoy", these log trucks will form a convoy to head for the Georgia Pacific mill at Crossett, Ar.

This is a national campaign to raise money for "The Children's Miracle Network". Arkansas always ranks near the top or top of all states for moneys raised.

This is part of the 16 trucks (from just one community) that was sitting over the weekend to gain awareness for the program.

Each load has a sticker to designate the contractor donating the load to the program. This is a great program and raises millions of dollars each year. You can learn more about it at their web site.


Annie said...

Children and their parents appreciate this kind of love, supporting their health.

Tracy said...

I saw a log truck yesterday being followed by a pickup truck with a "Log-A-Load For Kids" bumper sticker on it. The reason I noticed is that I had read this post.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Oh wow never heard of that before but what a great idea.


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