Delegates at the 2013 Memphis Annual Conference in June had the chance to see a PET shop up close. Organized as a display, the shop assembled Personal Energy Transports designed to help people in third-world countries who suffer from limited mobility.
New program in Grand Avenue’s UMC Vacation Bible School adopts PET International, raising more than $500 for Charles and Lisa Anderson to build PETs. Full story in the Stuttgart Daily Leader.
Charles and Lisa Anderson, of Stuttgart, Arkansas, are an example of some of the parts makers that build components for the PETs. Charles and Lisa have built over 200 sets of the wood beds of the PET.[Update July 17 – The story aired in April and is no longer on KATV’s servers. The text version of the story is still visible here.]