Project Adnon is an all-inclusive grassroots effort to positively affect the lives of children who are growing up amidst the conflict in Iraq. We are working through Operation Iraqi Children to accomplish our goal. This blog is meant to chronicle the progress of this project.
Saturday, May 19, 2007
Friday, April 13, 2007
Starting Up Again
Sunday, July 09, 2006
This is old news, but Project Adnon has concluded as a success. 22 boxes were to the OIC Warehouse, containing
-90 School Supply Kits
-12 stuffed animals
-20 reams of extra paper (courtesy of ICP.)
This was back in June, I appologize for the late announcement. I would like to thank everyone who was involved in the Project. Also, I'd like to congradulate OIC on their trial shipment to Afghanistan.
Tuesday, May 16, 2006
Combat Diary: The Marines of Lima Company
There will be a documentary airing on A&E next week on May 25 at 9:00 PM. It documents the events and experiences of Lima Company. One of our photographers, Cpl James McCauley was a member of Lima Company.
Last two work sessions succesful
There have been some difficulties with the site as of late, but they have now been sorted out. The last two meetings were succesful. This weekend we will have our last meeting.
Thursday, May 04, 2006
I'd like to introduce our latest, but regrettably last Project Adnon photographer. Robert Rusch has a very large album that chronicles his time in Iraq with the Marine Corps. Due to the massive amount of photos, Robert has to be our final member. I'd like to thank all of our photographers for their support, input, and for their enthusiasm. The photos are more than just a tool to promote this project, they provide a window into Iraq.
Below is a link to Robert's album
[Warning! This album contains some graphic depictions of war and conflict, discretion is advised]
Saturday, April 29, 2006
Third Work Session
Today was Project Adnon's third work session. The event was relatively small, but productive. St Luke member Jere Pritchard, who helped train and advise Iraqi police, was present at the meeting. We sorted supplies gathered from RGMS. Next week, a box will be put out at Wilson Highschool, and collection at St Luke Church will officially start.
Photo Above: Jere Pritchard and Joey Coon help sort school supplies