Petition to Clear Creek Highschool, Greg Smith
Petition for Clear Creek HS to erect a Vegeta statue in honor of Christopher Sabat.
As some of you may be aware of, The voice actor, Christopher Sabat, graduated from Clear Creek High school in 1992. Christopher Sabat went on to voice act many different characters in multiple tv series, and video games. He has also been a voice director in various projects, and he even started his own audio production company OkraTron 5000. He is most well known for his work in Dragon Ball Z. He provides the voice work for such notable characters as Vegeta, Piccolo, Yamcha, Zarbon, Recoome, Jeice, Burter, Salza, as well as many others. Christopher Sabat is an incredibly talented gentleman and he deserves more recognition for it. That is where this petition comes into play. Clear Creek Highschool should Erect a life size Vegeta statue above a plaque that reads, "I wasn’t sure how long I could sustain the effort without breaking in two. It was as though the only thing holding my body together was myone burning desire to be better then Kakarott. Sometimes I thought I was losing my mind. Why wasn’t I able to obtain what Kakarott had obtained?! It didn’t make any sense. It was infuriating… and it was my fury that kept me alive. - In Honor Of Christopher Sabat the original Prince of Saiyans." I believe 100% that making this apperant to current and future students will help motivate and drive them to reach their goals.
Petition to Aaron Bean, Dennis Baxley, Elizabeth Porter, Daniel Raulerson, Herschel Vinyard, Albert Gregory, Rick Scott, Lewis Scruggs
Stop the "Special" Monument at Olustee
In 1912 a Monument commemorating the Battle and Forces of BOTH sides was erected by a Monument Commission established by State of Florida. Current ‘balanced’ text on the current Federal/Confederate/Battle Monument erected in 1912 by the Commission established by Florida Law: “The Battle of Olustee was Fought on this Ground February 20th 1864 Between 5,000 Confederate Troops Commanded by General Joseph E. Finegan and 6,000 Federal Troops under General Truman Seymour. The Federals were defeated with a loss of 2,000 men. The Confederate loss was less than 1,000.” Now, on the 150th anniversary, the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War feels a special monument is justified, claiming that there is no monument to Federal forces on the site. Visitors to the site know that a large monument only to Federal Forces was dedicated in 1962 - the Centennial of the Battle by the same group, making this a disingenuous claim. The land the monument sits on was procured by the United Daughters of the Confederacy and eventually donated to the State of Florida for this re-unification monument. Some modest additions have been made over the years, but the balanced text is the prominent feature. There are many reasons to object to this Special monument: 1. disruption of hallowed ground, 2. if one 'special' monument is allowed, how many more 'special' monuments must then in fairness be approved, possibly creating a checkerboard of monuments on the site, and many more. Appeals have been made to the Park Service but they seem to be dead set, so its is time for the citizens voice to be heard. Please sign this petition, and then share it with you likeminded friends and family.
Petition to christanie g rauh
Tell Chicopee Mass to make a bunny statue waving forever
Bunny has been a life long resident of Chicopee Massachusetts, He is an icon in the city and his wave makes many people smile. The city should have a statue made and place it close to the Deady memorial bridge so he can live on forever in Chicopee
Petition to Dr. Serena Shivers, Jennifer Kurland, Lisa Gubachy, Patricia Isabel, Evelyn Pridemore, Christine Doby, Sherri Caloia, Terri Graham
Rename the Redford Union HS gym the "RodneyT. Abbas Memorial Gymnasium"
Think back to when you were in High School...who was the one constant no matter what you were doing, seeing, playing? Who did everyone know by first name? That was Rodney Abbas. For over 40 years, every class knew and loved him. He hardly ever missed an event that he could help, and he was always there with a smile and his ever-present "Thumbs Up". Sadly, Rodney passed away on Tuesday, August 13, 2013 at the young age of 71. With his passing, another light has gone out. There is hardly a person in Redford who doesn't remember and love Rodney, RU's #1 fan. The best way to honor his dedication to RU sports, events and to Redford Township itself, is to rename the Redford Union High School gym the "Rodney T. Abbas Memorial Gymnasium". We ask of the school board this very simple thing which is to honor Rodney with true "Panther Spirit" because he was the biggest Panther fan Redford Union, and Redford Township, has ever had!!