PLEASE, CAN ANYONE HELP
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My name is Chris Fauchon and thanks for visiting Familyís web site and, in turn, clicking on the help link to see if you can help out.
After suffering a major power tool injury to my forearm in 1998 I was left with a great deal of time on my hands and decided to build a web page dedicated to Family and the work they have done spreading the gospel to the world through their music. Originally it was supposed to be only one page, but if you have done the whole site, you will be aware that there is many link pages.
I have spent a great deal of time since November 1998 searching for information on the group and have received a lot of the information and help directly from Phil Truscott, so you can be assured the information is correct. I am pleased to be able to add this small amount of Christian content to the internet and hope that you will go from this site knowing that God is at work in our lives.
This brings me to the purpose of this page, and that is to ask for your help in gathering information on Family. A lot of the major information I have collected but am always looking for better quality recordings, preferably from cassette tape as cassettes are not subject to the deterioration problems that vinyl records are.
I am also always on the look out for concert photos, photos with fans, media clippings, anything you feel you think would be good to include I'm keen to look at.
If you can help with any audio recordings, media clippings or maybe even photos you may have taken yourself at concerts or somewhere that can be added to the photo gallery I would be appreciative, and of course I would be happy to add credits to that information from where it came.
Once again thanks for taking the time to visit the web page and inparticular this page, and hope that you might be able to help me add to this small amount of Christian content to the internet. Please donít leave before signing the guest book so we can keep track of who really is interested in Familys web site.
Your in Christ