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Topic: Healthy Development of Girls (Forum)
The State of Girls: Unfinished Business. The forums will introduce a groundbreaking report from the Girl Scout Research Institute that stakes out the key issues and major trends affecting girls’ health development in the United States. Topics will include: physical health, education, leadership, emotional health and economic well-being. Click GSCCC here for forum dates and locations.
Robin Gamble is the Director of Membership Services for Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast. Robin has over 16 years of experience as a staff member with Girl Scout councils across the country.
Marcy Germanotta is the Communications Director for Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast. She has been involved with Council since 1980. Also she has been involved in the community in a variety of organizations and roles such as, not an all inclusive list, currently a Board Member for Public Relations Society of America’s Hampton Roads Chapter, a member of the WHRO’s Community Advisory Board, and past President for ODU’s Friends of Women’s Studies, and Vice President of Program for the Virginia Beach branch of the AAUW.
Call in with questions and comments - (718) 664-6880
Kelly Mine with the Boy Scouts from Bosque Farms New Mexico with New Mexico Museum of Natural History field researcher Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they talk with the cub scouts from Bosque Farms, New Mexico about their field trip to the Kelly mine near Magdalena, NM. This will be a special show as we get the kids impressions about the mine and the minerals and rocks they collected. were able to collect some really beautiful specimens of rocks and minerals. Several scouts will be calling in to discuss the rocks they found.
On Monday September 21st at 9pm est,8pm cst and 6pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.
Join the Bougie Girl as she offers tips for maintaining the momentum of life changes.
Join the Bougie Girl as she poses the question: "What are you grieving most in life?".
Join the Bougie Girl as she offers up tips for how not to stagnate in life.
Welcome to Girl Haunted Radio. my name is Donna Mistek, I am author of several books dealing with true life experiences of the unknown forces that lie waiting in the shadows to keep us awake all night. I am also the creator of Pennsylvania Paranormal Magazine, where I have invited others to share their stories of their experiences of the paranormal, haunted locations and more with the world as we all seem to have the same question, of why, what happens after we die, are these truly the voices of our beloved that we are hearing. I consider myself to be empathic, sensitive, a remote viewer, astral projection, astral traveler. I have been like this since being a very young girl, as long as I can remember I have always been sensitive to those who are unseen but still there. I used to think I was crazy and it took me quite a while in my life to figure out what was truly going on with me. When I got to that point in my life, all I wanted to do was to help others, I started investigating with my sister, and a few others, testing the new equipment that was being introduced into the field at the time. As the years went on, I would only go to home if I was needed to help resolve a problem, especially with children, I would go through a raging blizzard as well noted on an investigation with a family that involved children. We may never find out the answers to our questions until we join the "other side" all we can do is try to help each other through our tragedies and grief while on this earthly plain. And we can write, and we can talk to help each as well. Join us now on Girl Haunted Radio as we explore the world and more.
On Gold and Black Radio, we preview the Boilermakers' game against Virginia Tech, looking at the matchups and looking at where Purdue might have an advantage. We talk to athletic director Morgan Burke about the start of the season, his expectations, concessions, facilities and much more. We feature Purdue's defense and rush ends, who have produced in the first two games of the season but want more. Also a conversation with Roanoke Times Hokie beat writer Andy Bitter and our predictions.
Host: Coach TMB
Guest: Author Ruthy Williams
"Let’s get back to the fundamentals of sisterly love. My sister, I stand with you and the desires of your heart to find the man destined for you. My sister, I too struggle with my weight. How can we fight this weight battle together? Dear sister, I know that it was difficult to find out you’d fallen in love with the wrong man and to have to deal with family turning away. Let’s pray together. My sister, I know you’re hurt and have been made a fool by the same man over and over again, but you’ve got to live again—if not for your sake then for your children’s sake and your children’s children. My sister who is scared to share the truth about your own child, listen to your heart; trust that all will work out for the good. Finally, to my sister who has been betrayed by women on any level, I love you, and I’m sorry. Because I, too, am the girl next door." --Excerpt from the book, I'm The Girl Next Door
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#JusticeOrElse --- All Roads Leads to Washington DC
India Kager, a Victim killed by Virginia Beach Police
This episode we talk to Gina Best, the mother of Virginia Beach, VA Police Murder Victim-India Kager and Black Lawyers for Justice Hassane Muhammad JD along with Attorney Malik Zulu Shabazz who are working in the case for Justice.
India Kager, was a 28 year old mother of two children with no criminal history. Her youngest child was in a car seat inside the vehicle, but unharmed, when the police shot 30 rounds into the vehicle killing Ms. Kager and Angelo Perry, 35 yrs old. The police claimed Mr. Perry fired at them, and cite as evidence a police uniform with a hole in it, yet there was no flesh wound on the officer. Family is saying it doesn't add up & want answers & Justice.
Lyric'lee's music delivers a wonderful mix of Jazz, Hip Hop, and R&B. Through her music, Lyric'lee allows you to see into her deepest thoughts, feelings, and convictions. She is a unique & gifted artist. You will love her voice, and she plays most of her own instrumentals.
Virginia Caldwell (Stage Name Lyric’Lee), a Board Certified Music Therapist, is an instrumentalist as well as a singer and a songwriter. She has studied flute and other woodwinds for over 20 years. Virginia attended Michigan State University and graduated with a Bachelor's and a Master's in Music Therapy. While at MSU, she studied with Richard Sherman (Principal of the Lansing Symphony and Chautauqua Symphony) Rodney Whitiker (Formerly of the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra), Ron Blake, Diego Rivera, and Sunny Wilkinson.
As an artist, Virginia's stage name is Lyric'lee. A highlight of her past performance opportunities include; opening for names such as Morris Day and the Time, Dwele, and Ludacris. When located in Lansing Michigan Virginia (Lyric'lee) and her band regularly performed around town and had a standing gig at 621. She currently performs around Chicago and the mid-Michigan area, and Detroit. Lyric'lee has an album available for purchase on iTunes entitled Journal Entries. She is currently working on her second album as well as writing, arranging, and singing on other artist projects.
Virginia has played flute with the Jackson Symphony and the Chicago Metropolitan Symphony. She has taught flute and sax lessons and clinics around Chicago's Hyde Park area and the South Suburbs since she was 18. For more information about music therapy as a profession click here. For more information on music therapy click here.
Let’s talk about what the Brownies, Daisy’s and Girl Scouts can do for young girls and the fun of exploring and learning about themselves! CFLS welcomes Brook Johnson who is the Regional Membership Executive for Williamson County with the Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee. She has been active with the Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee for over 20 years. She is a Girl Scout Gold Award recipient, and she has served two terms on the Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee Board of Directors. June 12th at noon CST. Call in with your questions at showtime! http://gsmidtn.org/
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