2.28.10

I am currently on my way to BWI following a performance with Willet at Impact in Ocean City with Hawk Nelson and Pillar in front of 3,500 people where we saw 13 kids from Haiti sponsored!  I will be flying to Haiti in the morning to spend a week in the community of Belladere, Haiti where my wife and I now call “home”. I will be keeping you up-to-date via Twitter @jeremywillet  and this HMMag Blog as internet becomes available in country.
The band just released a new “Help Haiti” Fundraiser T-shirt to continue support for our missionary, (my wife), Kat Willet in Haiti.  Check it out at www.willetmissions.org
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-Jeremy Willet


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Jeremy Willet www.willetonline.com
jeremy@willetonline.com I 443.375.2758
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