Help ‘em out and find it out

If you need information about what’s going on within the now dispersed Eastern Guilford High School, or want to help them get back on their feet, go to WildcatFamily.com.

My friend Ed Hathaway has put the site together in an effort to provide a central point for ”relief and information” for every aspect of the monumental job of getting that school going again.

On a related note, I have to say that the N&R’s coverage of every aspect of that tragic fire and its aftermath has been nothing short of compelling and spectacular.  Their multimedia section, including a recording of the 911 call that set this whole thing in motion, is first class new media.

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4 Comments

  1. Posted November 4, 2006 at 8:58 am | Permalink

    David,
    Thank you so very much for adding a web link to http://www.wildcatfamily.com, the relief and information web site for Eastern Guilford High School. Currently the site is under construction as we gather what information needs to be included and what direction/focus this site will take moving forward. There is a lot of good work being done out there by a lot of great people and our efforts will be to assist in coordinating everyone’s efforts via a single portal. If anyone has suggestions, comments or ideas that will help us achieve this goal, YELL!

    In kind regards,
    Ed Hathaway

  2. John Robinson
    Posted November 4, 2006 at 2:07 pm | Permalink

    Thanks, Dave. Lots of hard work by many people.

  3. Posted November 4, 2006 at 8:53 pm | Permalink

    Yeah, that’s a solid presentation at the N&R.

  4. Posted November 4, 2006 at 10:02 pm | Permalink

    the N&R sux.

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  1. [...] Hoggard says the News & Record’s multimedia presentation about the fire that destroyed Eastern Guilford High School “is first class new media.” Iagree. [...]

  2. By Pray for the Wildcats « Blog on the Run: Reloaded on November 4, 2006 at 3:14 pm

    [...] I had nothing to do with the N&R’s coverage of same, so I can guiltlessly join in with Hoggard’s praise of my colleagues’ work on the subject. It would have been phenomenal under any circumstances and is even more so in light of everything else the newsroom has been dealing with of late — illnesses, staff openings, budget anxieties and the like. [...]