Monday, January 19, 2009

Zorionak President Obama

Congratulations President Obama!!!
Ants´Meat would like to thank all of you who have supported our efforts to elect
Mr. Barak Obama as President of the United States of America.
Zorionak eta Eskerrik Asko!!!
For more info about Mr. Obama´s Inauguration Day see the

"Renew America Together" Plan begins today


"In your neighborhood and in thousands of communities across the country, Americans are answering President-elect Obama's call to service.

Tomorrow, January 19th, our nation will come together in a shared spirit of community. And I wanted to make sure you know how to participate.

Monday is not only the eve of an inauguration that brings all of us so much hope, it's also Martin Luther King Jr. Day -- when we recognize the power of one man to bring about change by serving his country.

Help kick off an ongoing commitment to serve our communities by taking part in this extraordinary day of service.

Sign up to attend or host an event in your community and help rebuild America one neighborhood at a time.

The grassroots movement you helped build was always about more than an election. It's about bringing much needed change to Washington and our communities.

Barack is calling on us to help rebuild our country. He knows what can happen when ordinary people turn their hopes into real action.

Take the first step this Monday, January 19th, by joining a service event near you. Sign up now:"

Tuesday, December 16, 2008


Here you have a present for all you Ant's Meat people...
Zorionak eta Urte Berri On!!!

Thursday, November 13, 2008

SAVE SEBBY: SaveOurSelves

"My name is Sebastian Moustirats and I’m 18 months old. I was born with a rare immune deficiency syndrome known as Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome (WAS). My only chance of survival is to receive a marrow transplant and that’s where you can help!

The classic form of WAS is characterized by an increased tendency to bleed caused by a reduced number of platelets, recurrent bacterial, viral and fungal infections and eczema of the skin. I am receiving the best care possible at Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford in Palo Alto, California, but at the moment I do not have a perfect marrow donor match. Myself and the many other children here at Lucille’s need kind people like you to join the National Marrow Registry and donate blood and platelets to help us fight this battle for our lives."

Please become a bone marrow donor.