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Michelle Bell, President of the Marion- East Cedar Rapids Rotary Club, and Joe Polzin, Executive Director at Marion Cares, will tell us about The Marion Rotary Marathon for Shoes , a charitable marathon designed to raise support for Shoes for Kids, to help children receive adequate footwear.
Ironically, the nation’s excitement over muni wireless networks in 2006 set Columbus well ahead of most cities on the path to highspeed fiber networks. Columbus not only brings Ohio on line with meeting the FCC’s Gigabit City Challenge of at least one citywide gig network per state, it beat over 400 cities worldwide to become one of Intelligent Community Forums' 7 Intelligent Communities. Gary Cavin, Director & CIO of the city's Dept. of Technology, explains how the cit
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Hilda Lamas began singing at the age of 4 and continued to do so in social settings. While in college getting her degree in Biology, Music again came calling and this time Hilda answered.
With the release of her second album, Love Me Alone this past March and she is beginning to make a name for herself on the blues circuit, perfoming on the same atage with acts like Nick Moss, Marcia Ball and Los Lobos.
I will chat with Hilda about her life and career while we listen to her music.
Guitar lovers everywhere follow Patrick McLaughlin, the guitarist’s guitar player, who brings unique musicianship and electrifying songwriting to the blues experience.
Patrick McLaughlin, a blues/rock guitarist/vocalist from Columbus, Ohio, has led a band of his own for the past ten years.
I will chat with patrick as we listen to his music.
RB Stone is one heck of a musician and he is patient too! We have been circling each other for a year and finally will be doing this interview - and perfect timing as RB's new album - his 16th! - is just hitting and it is special!
RB and I will finally chat and listen to tunes from Loosen Up
Isaiah B Brunt joined me back April of 2012 and he returns with new music, Nursery Rhyme Blues, all the way from Australia ...
You're listening LIVE to Pastor Chris Green Sr. of the Wayne Ave Church of God; located at 116 S. Wayne Ave, Columbus, OH 43204. We Invite you to join us for Sunday Service here at the Church and pray that you'll find the relief you've been searching for here in the Church of God. Like us on facebook @ www.facebook.com/wayneavecog
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The Indians are winning and here to discuss it all are Jake, Mike and Hayden in their sixth weekly installment of "Call To The Bullpen"!
Is it time to start believing in this Indians team or should we wait to see whether or not this is just another optical illusion as we've seen at the start of the last two seasons? Was sending Lonnie Chisenhall and Nick Hagadone to AAA Columbus the right move? Is Trevor Bauer close to a permanent big league call-up? Will Brett Myers have any significant impact when he returns from injury? All this and more will be answered in this week's episode.
In the rest of Major League Baseball, Zach Greinke makes his triumphant return while David Price succumbs to injury. Curtis Granderson is back with the Yankees while Travis Hafner and Andy Pettitte are dealing with injuries. And the Blue Jays are finally winning, but is it too late for them now?
Tune in Friday night at 10pm ET!
The Fox Valley Law Center Update is a monthly Internet radio podcast focused on sharing news, tips and trends in complex legal issues facing our friends and neighbors in Chicago area. This series features attorneys and guests of The Fox Valley Law Center, the general practice law firm conveniently located at the Westfield Fox Valley Law Center in Aurora, Illinois. Today’s guest is Mary Helen Reyna who shares updates in immigration law and how she helps clients navigate our complex legal system.
Interview questions and topics covered on this show:
1) About Mary Helen Reyna and her work in immigration law; 2) The basics the general public should understand about immigration; 3) Key recent updates in immigration law; and 4) How attorneys in other practice areas should spot immigration issues. Mary Helen Reyna graduated from The Ohio State University in Columbus, OH with a degree in criminal justice and a minor in Spanish. She graduated from DePaul University College of Law in 2006 and was admitted to the Illinois State Bar during the same year. Mary Helen focuses her practice on immigration law and assisting immigrant clients in a variety of issues affecting the immigrant community of the south and west suburbs. Mary Helen regularly volunteers her legal services.
Visit Fox Valley Law Center online for more about the firm.
Produced by Nick Augustine PRhttp://www.nickaugustinepr.com/
Jacque Foreman is the Owner and Founder of Foreman Graphics. Established in 1972, her company’s mission is “to bring high quality graphics to individuals and small through mid-size businesses" as well as offer individually hand-created renderings of homes and commercial buildings with India ink on fine, Caslon water-color paper. Pet portraits are often done in quality color pencil on the same fine paper and people portraits are done in a combination of ink and pencil. Renderings and portraits are done from photographs.
Living by the motto, “where you always talk to the person who does the work,” which she learned is essential to ensuring the upmost quality and customer satisfaction. She handles all aspects of the business, including editing the weekly newsletter (for her Rotary Club), and creating logos, business stationery, graphic art, brochures and fliers.
Foreman Graphics brings a genuine interest in partnering with you to create a product that not only surpasses the competition, but also depicts a positive image for you and/or your company. With the ability to create designs, which are geared toward specific and targeted demographics, Jacque knows how to communicate through design.
In the local networking community, Jacque is known for her rhyming introductions – often referred to as 60-second commercials. These she performs for herself and for those for whom she substitutes at other BNI chapters. One of these rhymes has been published in Ivan Misner's book, Seven Second Marketing. As an addition to her business and to help her clients communicate better with their clients, Ms. Foreman is an independent distributor with SendOutCards and Comf5.
For more information visit www.foremangraphics.com or email email@example.com.
Tom Ufert, a 46-year-old quadriplegic afflicted with three different disabilities is an inspirational voice in our troubled times. He received his bachelor of arts in political science and history as a scholarship recipient from Centenary College of Louisiana. Tom is a former Rotary International graduate Fellow who attended Australian National University in Canberra, ACT, specializing in East Asian political affairs and was a White House Fellow nominee. He is a former Lyndon Baines Johnson Congressional Intern and constituency aid for two former United States members of Congress. His past services for 11 political campaigns on both sides of the aisle were highly valued by former Louisiana Governor Charles “Buddy” Roemer, Henson Moore the former assistant chief of staff to U.S. Vice President George H.W. Bush, and the present U.S. Trade Ambassador, Ron Kirk.
At age 23 he was the youngest artistic Board Chairman in the United States as head of the Shreveport Summer Music Festival. Mr. Ufert has served as a member of two other 501(c) three charity boards including his beloved fraternity Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia as well as the community advisory board for his former rehabilitation hospital. Over the years he has acquired extensive customer service experience in the food and beverage, hotel, insurance, home security, and pharmaceutical industries. His professional memberships include Phi Alpha Theta, Sigma Tau Delta, and the Worldwide Who’s Who. In recent years he has worked tirelessly as a volunteer fundraiser for numerous AIDS charities in his community and served briefly as the community affairs liaison for Legacy Founders Cottage. Tom Ufert, a native of Louisiana, now resides in Texas.
Although the APOLOGETIC RESEARCH CENTER wasn't incorporated until August 28th 1995, its history precedes that date by nearly a decade. Its origins can be traced back to the year 1986, and the city of Youngstown, Ohio where it was the desire of Keith Jerome Posey and myself to provide the Christian Church with an organization that was structured specifically to defend the faith that was "once for all delivered unto the Saints." (Jude 3) Although Keith and I often discussed the formation of such an organization, these discussions were sporadic, and the organization remained informal; that is until May of 1993.
On the morning of May 15th, 1993, Keith was murdered on a bridge on the north side of Youngstown, Ohio. His death came less than three weeks before he was to move to Columbus, Ohio, and was a devastating loss to his family, his friends, and to the evangelism efforts of the city. On a personal note, Keith's death was a tremendous blow to me. I had grown to depend upon his friendship, his unwavering trust in Almighty God, and his formidable defense of God's Word. His funeral was held several days later, and was unlike any I had/have ever seen before. In death Keith continued to accomplish his life's work, evangelism. Upon hearing of Keith's deeds for Christ eulogized before those assembled at his funeral, several people pressed forward, seeking to come to know HE who could motivate such a man as this; and heaven greatly rejoiced.