The students at Northwood Elementary will be attempting to break the current world record by creating the worlds largets human animal sculpture.
Olivia and Carter were recently invited to come and present to the students at Northwood Elementary School. School Principal Dr. Ritu Ahuja, and Asst. Principal Ms. Nikol Boyd, invited the kids to come and share their story about how they started OMG and about their latest initiative the Rhino Letter Writing Campaign.
Olivia and Carter have been working with the US State Department and in particular with the Wildlife Trafficking Department on ways we can get our Community Rhino Presentation into more schools across the globe so we can help educate students about the issue of poaching and the severity of what is happening to Rhinos.
This documentary covers a lot of information but is well worth the time to view it. Much of what is covered has been reported in part by other organizations but this group did a good job trying to piece the parts of the puzzle together in a way that makes sense:
2,000 feet deep in the Pacific ocean lurks this otherworldly creature inside whose bizarre transparent head, more colorfully described as a “cockpit” by some scientists, is a set of extremely sensitive tubular eyes, from which it derives its name.
The Iriomote Cat is a subspecies the Leopard Cat that lives only on the island of Iriomote, a little island off the coast of Japan. The species was first discovered in 1967. Although its relative, the Leopard Cat, is not on the endangered species list (yet), the Iriomote Cat is critically endangered; there being less than 200 in the wild making it one of the worlds rarest and most endangered species.
Olivia and Carter were invited to speak at Shandon UMC in Columbia SC over the weekend and we had an amazing group of almost 200 church members join our presentation. The kids delivered a message to the congregation about the need for everyone to get involved with caring for ALL of God’s creations.
We Won!!! Thanks to the support from all our amazing friends and fans, OMG actually won the Toyota 100 Cars For Good Program
This year OMG founders Olivia and Carter were invited to speak at the event to some of the many visitors and help them understand the need to get involved with trying to help save bats all across the United States.