I will be talking with Michael Jacobs tomorrow inside The Afternoon Jump Off about an upcoming event he is putting on. The interview really identifies why the name Bullies Lives Matter and also why Michael decided to do this special event.

We all understand the city has been turned upside down from last year. We got hit by two devastating hurricanes that hit in August and then again in September. Unfortunately, we don't get a lot of coverage on our city. Sure, we had some coverage leading up to the hurricanes and afterwards for a few weeks, but now everyone feels that we should be back to normal.

Michael is preparing to help to feed many in the community. Keep in mind that if you are going through it now, please don't look down on yourself. You are going through a rough patch and good people are lending a hand to you and others who may be going through a hard time at the moment.

On Sunday, July 4, Michael and others will be handing out meals all day. If you would like to donate or even know of someone who could use a hot meal, all you have to do is reach out to Michael Jacobs at 337-853-1038. It was my first time meeting Mike, but I can tell he is a genuine guy who really wants to help out those in his community. He is also preparing to do his back-to-school supply drive to help with kids going back to school.

Make sure you tune in tomorrow around 6:20pm for the interview and make sure you help out as much as you can. We all could be one check from being without or who knows what could be ahead. Be on the lookout for more great things to come from Bullies Lives Matters, Bullies Bullying Cancer, and more.

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