Wareham's Anonymous Advocacy Groups
Wareham — There is a reason why the founding fathers to this great country signed the Declaration of Independence with their real names.
What I find so interesting in Wareham is that there are so many groups that go out of their way to make it known that their group exists, but they put an equal amount of effort into ensuring (unsuccessfully) that no one really knows who is in their group.
What's up with that?
I have to say, I have never seen anything like this, and I work with many groups at the federal and state levels.
Consider the following remark made recently by Larry McDonald here on Wareham Week...
Larry McDonald wrote:
I am trying to locate a Take Back Wareham meeting, but I can't seem to find anyone that belongs to that pesky group.
Any help would be appreciated!
It would be my pleasure, Larry.
Check out this link...
Does it help jog your memory, or are these the writings a different Larry McDonald?
I hope this helps. If not, I can provide a fuller context if you wish on what passes for advocacy in Wareham.
And Larry, I was hoping you might return the favor and identify the anonymous names of Take Back Wareham's other co-founders like yourself.
I'd appreciate it.