• 01:01

    A Chat in the Garden

    in Self Help

    Tune in Tuesday, Dec. 16th 11:30 am  est when our guest on Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith will be Washington, DC Public Schools Athletic Director, Stephanie Evans.  Evans heads a department that oversees athletics in 111 schools in grades 4 through 12; the total 2011-12 DCPS enrollment is approximately 46,000 students, according to a DCPS spokesman.


    A 1990 graduate of Potomac (Md.) High School, Evans served for the past year as director of player development for the Holy Cross basketball team and later as an assistant athletic director at the Kensington private school. A former Bowie State player, Evans was a head women’s basketball coach at UDC, Virginia State and, most recently, Kentucky State.

  • 00:28

    St. John Indiana Garden Club Event, and some info on Bee Hives! from this Group

    in Gardening

    Greetings!


     


    The St. John Indiana Garden Club rep will tell us about a cool Event in 2016, that they are selling prime tickets with a deadline of January 2015.  The Speakers at this "Spring Forward 2016" will be Joe Lamp'l of "Growing a Greener World", and Roger Swain of PBS "Victory Garden".  See what this event is all about, how to purchase your Tickets ahead of time, and what to expect.  Join us


    Join us for a neat program of information. 


    Have a Great Community Garden Day!


    Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host


    Email:  communitygardenrevolution@gmail.com


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                                             Community Garden Revolution Notes!


    Books on AMAZON.com and order at your Favorite Bookstore.


    AudioBooks can be found at Audible, iTunes, and Amazon.

  • 00:11

    Garden of Eden

    in Writing

    This is a clip to fill in the end of my Sunday night program, when a glitch muted the last few minutes of our discussion.  I will talk about the location of the Garden of Eden. 

  • 00:30

    Plant a Row for the Hungry and Union County Comm. Garden Coalition in KY

    in Gardening

    Lets Take a look at what is new going on with Community Gardens.


    The Garden Writers Association has a neat program called "Plant a Row for the Hungry".  Learn how the Garden Writers Association Foundation has helped folks in need, since 1995, provide needed Vegetables and Fruits to local Food Pantry and Food Bank Groups.  Carol Ledbetter will tell us what her involvement with PAR is all about and how you can join them in their Quest to get more food to folks.  These are Garden Writers that you find in your Newspaper, Radio and Television Shows.  Join them! and help "Plant a Row for the Hungry".  


    Plus, learn what the Union County Community Garden Coalition, in Morganfield, Kentucky, is doing to help their area with Community Gardens, provide a food source for folks, and expand helping across 7 counties in Kentucky.  Join us for his Great information, Bradley Vowels. Check out their Facebook page...one of the BEST information pages in the USA.


     


    Have a Great Community Garden Day!


    Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host.  Purchase "Community Garden Revolution at AMAZON.com and Order at your Favorite Bookstores.  


    Read my Blog "Community Garden Revolution" and at Facebook "Community Garden Revolution".  


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    Email:  communitygardenrevolution@gmail.com

  • 01:02

    A Chat in the Garden

    in Self Help

    Come join us on www.chatinthegarden Tuesday, Nov.at 11:30 am est as we celebrate  Dianthia Ford-Kee first year as Athletic Director at Mississippi Valley State University and her stellar career as an Change Agent within the NCAA.


    Read what the current NCAA VP says about Ford-Kee. "While serving as president of three CIAA schools (Virginia Union, Livingstone and St. Augustine's), I had the opportunity to get to know and view first-hand the coaching and athletic administrative career of Dianthia Ford-Kee while she was at Shaw University," said Dr. Bernard Franklin, NCAA Executive Vice President for Membership and Student-Athlete Affairs and NCAA Chief Inclusion Officer. "Since joining the NCAA in 2003 as a senior executive staff member, I continued my relationship with Dianthia and have had the opportunity to witness her Associate A.D. work at Shaw and A.D. work at Lincoln and know of the numerous NCAA committees she has served on and the respect that the NCAA staff has for her work and leadership in athletics. MVSU is getting a seasoned, highly professional and expert athletic administrator who is viewed as one of the finest A.D.'s in the country. I know that she will do an excellent job at The Valley and Dr. Bynum and the MVSU community and athletic teams are very fortunate to have her aboard as A.D. The NCAA staff and I look forward to a continued strong working relationship with Mrs. Ford-Kee."

  • 01:00

    A Chat in the Garden

    in Self Help

    Tara A. Owens was named athletic director of BCCC on January 18, 2010.Owens will enter her second year as the head coach of the women's basketball team. In Owens first season as head coach, the women's basketball team posted 21 wins in the season on the way to capturing the 2013-14 MD JUCO Championship. The Lady Panthers eventually felll to Harford Community College in the Region XX Championship.Before coming to BCCC, Owens spent two seasons (2007-09) as the head women’s basketball coach at Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Va.Prior to NSU, Owens served as the head coach at Elizabeth City State University for three seasons, compiling a 58-31 record and leading the Lady Vikings to the finals of the CIAA Tournament on two occasions (2005, 2007).In 2006-07, Owens led ECSU to a 21-10 record, one of two 20-win seasons during her three-year tenure. After falling to North Carolina Central in the CIAA Tournament championship game, the Lady Vikings earned an at-large berth to the NCAA South Atlantic Regional. That team was led by CIAA Player of the Year Celeste Trahan, a Daktronics Division II second-team All-American.Owens got her start in coaching at Division II Cheyney (Pa.) University. She served as an assistant coach for two seasons prior to taking over as head coach from 1998-2004. At Cheyney, Owens also held the title of senior woman administrator and project administrator/activity director for the National Youth Sports Program (NYSP).A 1993 graduate of Virginia State University, Owens played for the Trojans from 1988-1991. She received her bachelor’s degree from VSU in physical education/health and completed her master’s degree in administration and supervision at Cheyney University in 1998.Owens holds memberships in the National Association of Female Executives, Women's Basketball Coaches Association and the Black Coaches Association.

  • 00:30

    Hyroponics--"Garden Connection", AquaponicsUSA, Johnny's Selected Seeds

    in Gardening

    Greetings!  


    What are you doing unique with your Communitiy Garden.


    How about starting something in Hydroponics or Aquaponics.  It is the wave of not only the future but of today.  YES! right now you can start a busness growing food or enhance what you are already growing.  Find out what some companies are selling to folks to start a new way of growing Food.  I will be speaking with "Garden Connections" who has two locations in the Columbus, Ohio, area, and the AquaponicsUSA who is also the AquaponicsWORLD from Southern California and they will tell us about Aquaponics.  You have options how you want to grow your food or sell to others.   And, the folks at the Johnny's Selected Seeds are aware of the popping trend and are already trialing various seeds for you to put in your Hydroponics system to start growing as another Food source for you and your Family or to use for a possible Agri Business and sell to others.


    Enjoy! this LIVE Radio Show this week.  You will get plenty of ideas and how to order from these folks.  They are on the internet, ready to receive your phone call and Questions at their various stores.  It will be an Exciting Day! of information.  


     


    Have a Great Community Garden Day!


    Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host


     


    Check out my Book "Community Garden Revolution" at AMAZON.com or order at your Favorite local Bookstore.   This Book comes in the Full Color Version or the Black and White version priced to have in Discussion Groups in your town.  


    Enjoy! my new AudioBook called "Community Garden Revolution Notes!" found on Audible, iTunes, and Amazon.  This is priced to move and you will learn a lot FAST of how to start a Community Garden.  A Great Christmas Stocking stuffer!

  • 00:16

    How the WSBA (Washington State Bar Association) perpetuates corruption

    in Legal

    The Washington State Bar Association is just that: An Association, a little club, you pay big bucks to be a part of that club if you are an attorney & if you step out of line you will pay dearly. The incestuous nature of the Bar, Prosecutors, Lawyers, Judges & the Courts is what helps the corruption in our state thrive. They are in charge of "policing" themselves so why would it benefit the hands that are feeding their greedy little mouths? Ever wonder why there are no "lawyers in the news" in Washington state? Those lawyers who champion for the underdog, who make all things right & restore someone rights? They can't do that here, & the one's who have tired are currently unemployed, stripped of their license or currently under investigation, We are going to discuss just "how the bar works & "why" it does not this week.

  • 00:54

    Free State Happy Hour - Protests-Protests-Protests, SantaCon Under Fire

    in Politics

    EtEthan and Jimmy close out the show with a non-political show. That's right, it's time for Free State Happy Hour. On the show we discuss
    - SantaCon is coming under fire because of drunken revelry
    - Parents want to get rid of Christmas for children
    - Now Georgetown Law students want to postpone exams because of Michael Brown?

  • 00:49

    Ohio State-Michigan State postgame show

    in Football

    Matt, Chuck, and a cadre of callers break down everything that happened in the Ohio State-Michigan State game, from the turnovers, to the deep bombs, as well as a breakdown of other Big Ten action and major college football news of note. 

  • 00:30

    How the WSBA (Washington state Bar Association) Perpetuates Corruption

    in Legal

    The Washington State Bar Association is just that: An Association, a little club, you pay big bucks to be a part of that club if you are an attorney & if you step out of line you will pay dearly. The incestuous nature of the Bar, Prosecutors, Lawyers, Judges & the Courts is what helps the corruption in our state thrive. They are in charge of "policing" themselves so why would it benefit the hands that are feeding their greedy little mouths? Ever wonder why there are no "lawyers in the news" in Washington state? Those lawyers who champion for the underdog, who make all things right & restore someone rights? They can't do that here, & the one's who have tired are currently unemployed, stripped of thier license or currently under investigation, We are going to discuss just "how the bar works & "why" it does not this week.

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