October 30, 2008

The Owner of APN Needs Your Help!

DeAnna Ferlitsch (otherwise known as HappyMomAnna or Anna Glendenning) is going Public with a Request that the Supporters of the Adoptive Parents Network consider contributing to the March of Dimes in order to Promote Awareness about the issues that will help prevent Premature Birth as well as the Life Long damage caused to unborn babies when exposed to Alcohol and Drugs!

On November 13, 2008 I will Arrested and Held for Bail (Lunch) I would be so proud if the Adoptive Parents Network is able to raise a nice Bail for this Cause as it is important to the lives of our children and future children.

I am also VERY Honored to have been selected as a Leader in the Community for this important Fund Raiser!

SET ME FREE! …and help the March of Dimes arrest the rising rate of premature birth. 1 in 8 babies is born to soon, and often too small. These tiniest babies struggle to survive, and too often many don’t.

I will soon be incarcerated in the March of Dimes Jail & Bail where I will be served only the finest bread and water (okay, maybe lunch!) You can help ensure my good behavior through your contribution. My hard earned bail will aid and abet the March of Dimes in funding lifesaving programs of research, education and community services. Programs that will save babies’ lives.

The March of Dimes mission is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.

Contributions may be made with PayPal or by Credit Card directly with the March of Dimes at This Link


I hope that the Adoptive Parents Network may be known as people willing to support the Health of all Unborn Babies and that our visitors and Members will see it in their hearts to add what they are able to My Bail!

October 17, 2008

Help APN Out of March of Dimes Jail and Bail

Press Release:
Friday October 17, 2008
For Immediate Publication

From: The Offices of the Adoptive Parents Network LLC

The Adoptive Parents Network was contacted this morning by The March of Dimes. We were informed that we have been turned in and need to appear before the judge at the Outback Steakhouse on November 13, 2008 at 11:00 AM.

Right now only two members of the Adoptive Parents Network have been contacted to appear on the charge of "Most wanted leaders and citizens." Adoptive Parents living in the Metro Portland Oregon and Southwest Washington area can contact Anna for information about Jail Visits or attending court with me!

I'm not completely sure how it all works yet! I am waiting for some information from my legal council. I do know that So far the only thing I understand is that the bail amount in cases like this are usually set as High as possible...

Below Is some of the information I have found on the Internet about cases like the one Adoptive Parents Network is faced with today:

Jail & Bail Greater Oregon Chapter of the March of Dimes

Join your community’s most wanted leaders and citizens in serving time and raising bail in the form of donations to the March of Dimes.

Jail & Bail Outback Steakhouse


This year March of Dimes has been commandeered by pirates! Pirates are taking over and capturing the community’s most wanted citizens and throwing them into the slammer. These captives will be forced to walk the plank unless they collect enough treasure to bail themselves out. The pirate booty will go toward improving the health of all babies by funding research to prevent birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality.

If you are interested in Helping the Adoptive Parents Network support the March of Dimes contributions may be made at This Link


October 14, 2008

National Adoption Awareness Month 2008 -- Official Website Launched

The Child Welfare Information Gateway, in partnership with the Collaboration to AdoptUsKids, recently announced the launch of the website for National Adoption Month 2008.

The early launch of the website allows everyone the opportunity to access information and materials and markn their calendars for events well in advance of the month-long celebration in November.

Recognized by Presidential Proclamation, National Adoption Month is a time set aside to raise awareness about the need for adoptive parents for children and youth in foster care. Under the leadership of the Children's Bureau, National Adoption Month focuses the nation's attention on the 496,000 children in foster care across the country, including the 130,000 children awaiting adoption.

The National Adoption Month website features a number of resources, including:

  • A Calendar of activities for National Adoption Awareness Month, November 2008.

  • Calendars and other materials are available in English and Spanish.

  • Highlights and information.

  • Enhanced search tools for the Spanish version of the National Foster Care and Adoption Directory

  • Resources for professionals, families, and teachers.

  • Resources from AdoptUsKids.

Be sure to Visit the 2008 Website for access and resources about National Adoption Month! And be sure to stay connected to the Adoptive Parents Network for all the inormation about APNs plans, contests and events!