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FEBRUARY 2020 FREE MEALS UPDATE (CSR MPLS)
« on: January 06, 2020, 04:58:00 pm »
Starting this January 2020 the Free Community Meals will (needs) to be updated.

This week of February 24th to the 28th, the Free Meals Update will have priority.
Part of the process will continue to invite and involve the Community to participate.  One way to through using this Forums Site.

Part of this process will also continue to develop a correspondence with the Service Providers through emails, texts and phone calls.
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Today's Latest Notes RE Free Meals Update...
« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2020, 06:14:21 pm »
Hello Everyone,

This is David Jordahl, the developer of this Project, the Resource Developments and the Web Developments.

Being the only person working on all the aspects of development for this whole Project, I have needed to work on some other things before working on the updates for the Free Meals Resource Listings.

At some point I plan to record some Podcasts to fill you in on the process of development, and what will be needed going forward.

The main thing I need to keep mentioning is that the entire time I have been working to create and develop some thing that means something, I have been labeled "homeless."  I am not broken, I am not mentally ill, I am not "having problems."  I come from a background, in my family of origin, of domestic violence, alcoholism and sexual abuse while participating in the Boy Scouts.

There us much more to be said, and taught to the mainstream population.  The CSR Direct Project is here, in part, to Challenge, Correct, and Confront the sickness of our community!

David Jordahl
david@csrdirectproject.org