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Paul finished in "29 and change"

Paul finished in “29 and change”

Everybody knows that Paul is the hardest working public servant around. While a lot of people took Saturday off to catch up on chores or enjoy St. Patrick’s celebrations, Paul and his team were busy as ever. An avid runner, Paul started his day at the 6th Annual Rumpshaker 5K run, which is a benefit to raise money to fight colorectal cancer. The event started at Sloss Furnaces and according to the photographer, Paul finished the race in “29 and change”. There are a few more photographs from the event in the slide show immediately below.

  • Paul DeMarco at Rumpshaker 5K benefit run to raise money to fight colorectal cancer
  • Paul DeMarco at Rumpshaker 5K benefit run to raise money to fight colorectal cancer
  • Paul DeMarco at Rumpshaker 5K benefit run to raise money to fight colorectal cancer

Paul’s next stop was at the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast held at The Exceptional Foundation on Oxmoor Road. The Exceptional Foundation is an organization which serves mentally and physically challenged individuals in the Birmingham metro. Again, there are photographs in the gallery below.

  • Paul at the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast held at The Exception Foundation on Oxmoor Road
  • Paul at the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast held at The Exception Foundation on Oxmoor Road
  • Paul at the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast held at The Exception Foundation on Oxmoor Road

Paul wasn’t the only one busy though the day. While he was supporting two organizations which help those who really need it, his staff was busy passing out signs. Although his schedule was already filled, Paul helped with some of the sign drops, too.

  • Joyce Ballard of Morris standing strong with Paul DemMarco
  • Former Warrior Mayor Rena Hudson with her Paul DemMarco sign

Campaign Stop in Chilton County

Campaign Stop in Chilton County

Paul’s next stop was in Chilton County for the Maplesville Turkey Shoot. Later, Paul spoke to the Indian Cultural Society at the Birmingham Museum of Art on the corner of Rev. Abraham Woods, Jr. Blvd. and Richard Arrington, Jr. Boulevard.

  • Paul DeMarco speaking to Indian Cultural Society at Birmingham Museum of Art
  • Paul DeMarco speaking to Indian Cultural Society at Birmingham Museum of Art

Paul DeMarco with the owner of Big Daddy's Bar-B-Q

Paul DeMarco with the owner of Big Daddy’s Bar-B-Q

Paul spent his afternoon in Warrior at the Warrior Car and Truck Show. From the looks of the photographs, he may have spent as much time hanging out with the good folks from Big Daddy’s Bar-B-Q as he did checking out the cars and trucks. Again, more photographs of the good friends and strong support Paul receives in Warrior below.

  • Paul DeMarco at Warrior Car and Truck Show
  • Paul DeMarco at Warrior Car and Truck Show
  • Paul DeMarco at Warrior Car and Truck Show

While Paul’s schedule was obviously full and folks were still out distributing signs, others on the campaign were still busy as little beavers, too. While Paul’s media team was busy finalizing this release about how Paul helps protect the elderly from becoming victims of Ponzi schemes, Paul’s internet and social media teams were ensuring that supporters can also make online donations on Facebook and request campaign signs online.

Paul ended the public portion of his day at the Decennial celebration of the Rotaract Club of Birmingham. As you can see, Paul needs more hours in his day.

If you have the time to volunteer to help him out, please sign up here if you haven’t done so already. As you can see, it’s going to take a lot of us to keep up with Paul and to keep him going to the next stop along the campaign trail.

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