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New Trends with Hosts Tasha and Regina. Topics include Venturing into the Potty Realm, Baffling Kenya, Teacher Rapes Student, Cheerleading and Good Grades, etc...
Join the Families Matter show hosts VS Grenier, Irene Roth & Kecia Burcham November 28, 2012 at 6pm EST - 5pm CDT - 4pm MDT - 3pm PST This month the hosts will be talking about high school cheerleading along with the dangers involved with this popluar sport many school districts do not have classified under the sport catagory and therefore the popper safeguards are not in place to keep these teens safe during practice and events. The parents along with the media are calling for reform. Lea
Go! Go! Fight! Win! Cheers like this are being heard across North America as a new football season will soon be upon us. The cheerleaders dancing at the sidelines are as much a part of the game as the referee. According to a report, almost 95,200 female students take part in high school cheerleading annually, along with about 2,150 males. College participation numbers are hard to find since cheerleading is not classified as an NCAA sport. Cheerleaders are more likely to get hurt in a
Award winning international CEO, author, speaker, world champion athlete & cancer survivor Andrea Kulberg, joins Dabney & her Social Media Girlfriends to inspire us with her life story & business success!
Join us as Andrea shares how she has faced, overcome & turned great adversity including a severe visual impairment, poverty, divorce & cancer into brilliance.
Andrea is a former University of Texas cheerleader & NCA instructor & has trained athletes, coaches, judges & program directors from the USA, UK, Europe & Asia. She is a member of the USASF/IASF Cheerleading Hall of Fame & served as the elected International Representative on the USASF/IASF Board of Directors & multiple USASF committees. Andrea was the founder of a major UK Cheer & Dance Event Production company & has been instrumental in the establishment of excellence and growth for the international cheerleading industry.
Andrea (& her identical twin sister, Aly) now focus on leadership development & business consulting for the cheerleading industry via workshops, online training & live events & are named among “The Best Coaches in the Country” & are listed in “The Top 50 Women to Follow on Twitter” for their high-value empowerment &inspirational content!
Join us LIVE for our show where YOU become a part of the conversation by following/using the hashtag #SmGirlfriends & tweeting to our host @DabneyPorte & guest @AlyAndrea
New indoor foootball team in Georgia. Listen in to the show, as I talk to the Georgia Stealth Owner, Mr. Slaughter, Director of Operations, Ms. Ulrica Bailey, GM, Mr. Duker, and cheerleading coaches, Mrs. Angeline Kelly, and Mrs. Paige Connor, describe the new exciting version of Indoor football.
Make sure to have pen and pad, becausse Georgia Stealth is about ready to take Gwinnett County to school, when it come to exciting family sport loving fun in 2014 !
Join Anna K. as she interviews the owner of Revolution Studio...
Kim Syma graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. In Communication Studies. She spent three years working in entertainment marketing, and later worked in client relations for a boutique investment bank. After several years in the corporate world Kim decided to follow her true passion into fitness. Kim has been an avid athlete since childhood. As a native Houstonian, Kim grew up competing for Karolyi's Gymnastics before she transitioned into cheerleading. Kim was a cheerleader at The University of Texas and was also an instructor for the Universal Cheerleaders Association. All the while, Kim enjoyed indoor cycling classes as her favorite way to stay fit. While living in NYC Kim discovered the studio fitness scene and the idea was hatched for an indoor cycling studio that offered a full-body workout yet was fun and exciting. Kim returned to UT Austin to pursue her MBA and finesse the idea for what would be Revolution Studio. While at UT she met her future husband and now business partner, Mitch. Together Mitch and Kim own Revolution Studio, Sugar Land's premier indoor cycling studio. The couple just celebrated one year of marriage along with one year of being in business! They live in Bellaire with their neurotic but lovable 11-year old Yorkie named Allie.
Today we are joined by singer and performer Patty Mattson. Born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota the second daughter of Ronald & Catherine Mattson. Her father was an amazing self taught guitar player wo played in a band called The Vibrations at one point they warmed up for the Beach Boys and he got to jam with Bob Dylan before Bob Dylan got successful.
Her grandfather Cal had that same musical gift on the piano.
Patty's Mom is the oldest of 10! She also grew up in Duluth MN, and was the beautiful, popular cheerleading captain, class secretary, in the choir, who loved school, music, and most of all family.
Suffice it to say, the apple didn’t fall far from the family tree. Patty once a child prodigy, (who has been funny her whole life), craftily imitated Lily Tomlin’s Ernestine and Edith Ann at 6, and would start singing at 8. To be sure, after auditioning with hundreds of other talented children, she was tapped by the Twin Cities highly respected Children’s Theatre Company to attend their theatre school through Jr. High. She would continue her music and theatre studies at MacPhail Center for the Arts at the University of Minnesota as well as the world renowned Guthrie Theatre. Subsequently, this singing great was signed by Dez Dickerson of Prince and the Revolution to her first production deal.
In 1990, the beautiful, 5’5 blonde moved to Los Angeles and was enlisted, in short order, to sing on the debut CD for The Boys Club for MCA records.
We are looking forward to hearing more from this talented guest and find what is coming up for her as 2013 ends and 2014
Care to know what else has been damaged by the removal of our arts, sports and music programs from our schools? Try our children's self-esteem! The prestige of belonging to a sports team, the cheerleading squad, the music department, etc., was an additional bonus to all of the enhancements to learning these programs have brought. Children are feeling more hopeless with society, and technology is stepping in to fill the void.
This week we have special guests from Indiana who were recently at an event with Bikbaye celebrating Michael Jackson's birthday. Carol Witvoet and here daughter Hollie, live in Griffith, Indiana. Carol has 3 children (ages 14 to 21) and 1 grandchild. She has been coaching basketball and cheerleading for over then years. From town teams and Pop Warner to AAU and high school teams. Her favorite Quote: Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant - Robert Louis Stevenson Hollie Witvoet is 14 years old, a Freshman at Griffith High School. She plays basketball and throws shot putt and disc in field track events. She also likes to sing and hang out with friends when she's not playing her Xbox.
Join us in this conversation about teenage bullying and ways to overcome it with sports and love.
Brianna Burch is a student who is passionate to help those in need. She loves her family and is a great help to all that she encounters. She has goals to become a Medical Doctor after high school graduation.
Currently, she is extremely passionate about being a cheerleader. If you are passionated about supporting and helping our youth, today is your day to put your passion in action by expressing your level of sponsorship for Brianna to accomplish her cheerleading goals.
You can sponsor Brianna by sending your donation via Paypal (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Be sure to tune into The Living Day By Day Show as I interview this awesome young lady about the importance of sponsoring our futher. Don't miss the show.
On tonight's show, I'll talk to the owner and artistic director of StarFire Productions, LLC, Maya Hayes! Maya is a former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader and Dallas Maverick Dancer who decided to start her own thing in the dance department.
We'll discuss some of the following:
How the arts are making a comeback in mainstream television with shows like "Glee" and "Dancing with the Stars." I'll also ask her about minorities and art in today's society. We will also get into her career as a performer for many sports organizations in the NFL, NBA and MLB. What she hopes to accomplish at StarFire Productions, LLC. All of these things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!
"No experts. Just opinions."
in Self Help
An interview with Nicole Estrellado, Personal Trainer/Massage Therapist at Advanced Training Techniques Inc. and Lead Field Trainer with the Detroit Mechanix.
Nicole or Nicki as most people know her as is a home grown gal who has spent most of her life in Southeast Michigan. She is a graduate of Sterling Heights High School in 1992, studied physical therapy at Oakland University from 1992 to 1995 and graduated top of her class at the Flint School of Therapeutic Massage in Grand Blanc Michigan in 2003. Nicki holds many certifications including CPR & AED and is experienced in Healthy Lifestyles Coaching. She also brings with her years of experience from St. Joseph Mercy Oakland as well as time spent as an independent therapist. Being part of the team comes natural for Nicki with years of experience herself in competitive sports such as a cheerleading, soccer, softball, basketball, and being the “Most Athletic” member of Oakland University’s Dance Team (Images). Nicki also holds the distinction as the first AUDL field ref and lead trainer. Not only does being part of a team come naturally for Nicki, she takes great pride in making sure her team gets the best assistance they can get. Her goal is for the team to be in their best physical shape they can be. The grind of the season and activities leading up to it are a challenge that Nicki accepts with great pride and exuberance. Nicki will not only be using her experience as a therapist, but having two beautiful girls of her own, she may even use her mother’s intuition when one her guy’s tries to pull the wool over her eyes!