To complete his voyage, Clark will have to overcome more obstacles than
geography. He has only one leg, sleep apnea, high blood pressure and sugar
diabetes. Along the way, Clark visits people and newspapers and asks
them to write letter to members of Congress supporting his cause or articles
about his water-crusade. “I can’t meet anyone who doesn’t have
some horror story,” he said. In the tiny-one-person boat, Clark carries
one day’s supply of food, a cellular telephone, documents supporting his
cause, a tent, a heater and an electric blanket. Some of his stuff has
www.gocrc.com will serve as a clearinghouse of information about Kayak Jack.
Anyone who would like to help with a tax-deductible contribution should send it to
Children’s Rights Council,
300 “I” Street N.E., Suite 401, Washington, D.C. 20002.
Let us know that you want the funds to go to Kayak Jack. Payments
via MC, Visa, or AMEX are also acceptable. Phone CRC at 202-547-6227.
To learn more about Kayak Jack, contact Ann Swango, CRC of Kentucky, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Harry Prillaman, CRC of Georgia, at email@example.com
A portion of the above article is from Ronald Hawkins UPI article, firstname.lastname@example.org