After hearing from my attorney on Monday about my copyright infringement suit in St. Louis, he told me it could be 3 months down the road before we hear back from the appellate court judges.
In the meantime, Kody and I ventured down to Gifford Farm today to walk through the obstacle course there in the woods along the Missouri River. Shawn Isaccs is planning to jump-start Kastleland, the very program I am in court over.
Shawn and Michelle have been trying for the past year to raise $500 to start a non-profit corporation known as Storm Haven, which would involve marketing Kastleland at camps nation wide. It’s too bad we can’t find funding for this to get this show on the road.
It will never see the light of day, however, if we can’t find supporters for this cause. If you have ever been through Kastleland as a camper or a counselor, take a moment to remember those summer days, and then think of some kid who could really be impacted by the message of this anti-drug program. It will sure help if we had a core group of supporters to finance this operation.
Hey, if any of you who ever wanted to challenge me with a sword, I might meet you up there at Gifford for a fund-raising battle. I’ll even bet you can’t beat me, for I am still as skilled as I was back in the day. And if I can’t beat you, then I am sure Kody can.