Michael's Angels hold first public informational meeting

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - The non-partisan, non-political group Michael's Angels is continuing to build hope and raise awareness for those affected by Hurricane Michael.

Thursday in Downtown Panama City the group held its first public informational meetings with all of its members together.

The group gave a quick presentation outlining its goals, introduced each subcommittee they've created, and expressed how important it is to get the community involved in their relief efforts.

Mitzi Prater, co-chair of the the Government Relations Subcommittee said, "We would love to have people help us. That's what we're for, we're about numbers so we would love to have anybody who would like to be involved to come and be involved."

LeAnn Kibler, of the Education Subcommittee, said, "We really just want the local public to know that we're here for them and we want to help and I think today's meeting is mostly about communicating that goal to as many people who are willing to help out Bay County as possible."

For more information on how to get in contact with Michael's Angels and their five subcommittees click the link attached to this article.