The search continues for a flock of Flamingos stolen for a fundraiser to help create jobs and feed kids in the mountains of Haiti. It's associated with Artists For Hope and Westwood Church.
The flock was stolen on Friday from a yard in Omaha. They only stay in a yard for 24 hours and then our volunteers move them to another yard. Before a volunteer could pick up the flock it was stolen.
The church group is just hoping to have the flamingos returned or hoping maybe someone see them around Omaha, so we can continue flocking with them to raise money for Haiti.
The plastic birds with photos of needy kids from Haiti can be returned to Westwood church near 132nd and Center in Omaha no questions asked.
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