Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Kelly Currin Morris, Searching Continues

Since September 3, 2008 family members have organized searches every weekend for missing mother, Kelly Currin Morris of Stem, NC.   Every day, Pat Currin, Kelly's father,  has searched for his daughter and vows not to stop until she is found.  A reward of $30,000 from the family is offered, as well as $5000 from Gov. Mark Easley of North Carolina, for her return. 

The number of volunteers has diminished greatly since September and the family needs much more support before vegetation grows thick and makes searching much more difficult.  This family is serious about bringing home this 29 year old mother of two little girls.  If you live in the area, please give a little of your time to this effort, it means so much to family members to know that their loved one is not forgotten just because their case isn't making daily headlines.

If you aren't able to physically search, think about donating lunches or water for the searchers.  Oftentimes it's cold or damp and nothing goes down as well as a hot cup of coffee or chocolate.  Granola bars are a great pick me up when bodies get tired.  If your budget doesn't allow for donations, please light a candle, say a prayer, drive by and show your support for Pat Currin and Kelly's family.  Sometimes that's all it takes to keep the spirits up and accomplish the mission.

You can contact the Kelly Currin Morris Command Center at 919-812-2310 or via e-mail, at: The command center is located at 2816 Old Weaver Trail in Creedmoor, North Carolina.  Every small bit you do could make all the difference in the world!

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