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How Does The African Make Holiday? Is It With The Music And Dance? Greetings Family! Please join us in the celebration of our Music Conservatory For children and youth. We will be introducing the thirty conepts of Youth Human Rights. Project 2019 will be underwriting our tour for the season of ,"Restoring Peace To Nina Simone"! We are asking all youth to call in witth their parents to discuss their future in music as a Fellow, or an Embassdor for our nation! We will be playing music in celebraton of our fifth year on the air, in the Care To Read room! Please join us all seven days this week only! From Monday 19,2014 to June 7, 2014.
LABOR DAY-CELEBRATION...SEPT 1, 2014
Definition of LABOR...hired and paid by the day.
LABOR DAY is a holiday celebrated on the first monday in September. A celebration of the American Labor Movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of their country.
LABOR DAY, a Federal Holiday was created in 1882 to give workig indiviuals a DAY OF REST, NO SO TODAY. Most retailers still operate as normal, parades, cook-outs and shopping are a common occurrence on this holiday.
A celebration of all men and women who have dedicated their lives to defining their inqenuity, their skills, cleverness in planning an extravagant landscape.
Honored Guests, Mr. Wise, General President of IronWorkers...
Mr. Hilton, IMPACT CEO...ETC.
Mans quest for power...etc.
Ironworkers a breed unto themselves...etc.
Classic and Creative Construction...etc.
The "BOW"...the 'TOPPING OUT' ceremony...etc.
The Chad Report: A Christmas Holiday Music Celebration brings you a wide variety of holiday songs to celebrate Christmas. From contemporary to traditional, from pop to r&b and country, we hope that everyone enjoys the music and that you have a safe and special Christmas with your loved ones this holiday season!
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I am ready for our 2014 Homecoming Celebration October 12-19, and I will see you in Frankfort for this prolific event. KSU’s Homecoming Committee has planned a fun filled week of activities for your enjoyment. These activities will allow you an opportunity to reconnect with friends to create lasting memories. Therefore, I am challenging you to finalize your homecoming plans and join the 2014 celebration. “I will see you on the hill.” For more information visit email@example.com or 502-597-6511.
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Join us to discuss 10 Ways to Enjoy the Holidays and Beat the Holiday Blues
The holiday season is already upon us! Do you love the holidays and go all out? Or does it give you heartburn because of all the obligations, money spent and stress? Or maybe this is a depressing time of year for you due to a loss or other views about holidays and family.
Here’s the good news: YOU can set yourself up for success this holiday season. Join 3 coaches who will walk you through our “Top Ten” ways to shift your attitude and behavior to navigate the holidays with grace, enjoy your family, and maybe not take as big a financial hit. Why wait until January 1 to make a shift? We will discuss holiday traditions and discuss changes you can make now that will carry you through 2015 and beyond.
Join coaches Trina Ramsey, Marvin Gulley and Kristin Young as they encourage us to reclaim our sanity and recapture the spirit of love this holiday season. Trina Ramsey is a career and life coach, specializing in total life transformations. Marvin Gulley is a personal trainer and self-empowerment coach – focusing on boosting your self- esteem and self-worth. Kristin Young is the “Marriage Enthusiast”, who will bring a great perspective on relationships and family. Meet our coaches:
Trina Ramsey, Perspectives Plus Coaching: www.trinaramsey.com
Kristin Young, Living the Vows: www.livingthevows.com
Marvin Gulley: http://instagram.com/marvin_toinspiregulley
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Please join me on Monday, October 13th, at 7 pm Central Standard Time for an exciting radio show. This show will highlight Alcorn State University’s 2014 Homecoming Celebration. We have invited several Alcornites to discuss an array of events connected to 2014’s festivities. We are extending an invitation for you to participate in Monday’s broadcast by clicking on this link or you can listen, ask questions, or voice a comment by calling 323-580-5735. Additionally, ASU’s Homecoming Committee has planned a fun filled week of activities for your family enjoyment. This is your opportunity to renew and rekindle friendships to help lift our team to victory. We want to see you dress in your Purple and Gold on the “Reservation” for Homecoming 2014. Alcornite please share this information with others and join the conversation of Monday, October 13th, at 7pm CST. You can email your questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to answer your questions during the show.
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Join It Matters Radio as we celebrate the holidays through music, stories, humor and fun.
We are delighted to present as our first guest, composer, pianist, arranger and improviser, Mr. Walter Edgy. Walter Edgy recorded with such greats as Grammy winning guitar virtuoso Frank Gambale and one of the best world oboists Arkadiusz Krupa,
Walter revealed great musical talent since early childhood composing small pieces of music. His first instrument was a violin,then clarinet. At the age of 16 he became fascinated with jazz piano and started developing himself as a pianist. His Master Tutor was Kazek Duda, a music teacher of many Polish jazz stars. Despite 2 years of army service and many life obstacles Walter Edgy was still composing and developing as a performer.In 2009 he married Sonia Edgy and together they have performed in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. In 2011 he received an award at the Krzysztof Komeda Composer Competition in S³upsk, Poland for the composition "Like Wind". In 2012 his first single "In the Last Story" was released worldwide. In 2013 Walter Edgy moved to London and is finishing the material for his debut album, Sky is Like the Ocean. Web-site: www.walteredgy.com
Fill your heart with the meaing of the season as the winners of our Music, Flash Fiction, Short Story and Poetry holiday contest share their winning entries. We will be joined by Salvatore Buttaci, Devon Miller-Duggan, Evan Guilford-Blake, George Korolog, Nat Johnson, Sue Ellis, Heather Browne and country singer, Shannon Selig brings us a very special holiday song that will touch your heart, 10ReasonstoLive share their Christmas song.
This week's episode will delve into the world of holiday travel. What do you do for the holidays, visit family, go on vacation, stay home, visit someplace local?
We will look at holiday options, when is the best time to book your travel, the best places to go for the holidays.
Trends for the week-statistics on what people do for the holidays, where do they go, what are some of the hot destinations for holiday travel
Travel News: What are the airlines doing this year during the holidays, how best to maneuver your travel for the holidays.
20 Holiday travel Tips from Industry Insiders
The advantages and disadvantages of traveling during the holidays
Vacation Packages for the holidays.
Update on the Texas Jazz Jam Cruise in October.
Traveling to Austin for the Holidays by Yolanda
Travel Fun Facts
Halloween, a day beloved by kids of all ages, has another much older name, Samhain. Once again I'm delighted that Cathleen Kelly will join me to share in a celebration of this ancient autumn rite. In the Northern Hemisphere, autumn is a time that the Earth goes through an apparent death. Trees shed their leaves, harvested fields turn brown and cold with frost, and the land becomes a place of deep stillness. It is at Samhain we celebrate this transition and join in ceremony to remember the dead and honor our ancestors.
There will be readings and ceremony to deepen our understanding of this special day as we contemplate the endless cycle of life, death, and eventual rebirth. To heighten the experience listeners are encouraged to have the following assembled before the show: a white candle, a black candle, three ribbons or yarn, one black, one red, and one white, and some sprigs of rosemary. No need to worry if this isn't possible, but having at least a single candle on hand would be perfect.
If listening live on Wednesday isn't possible, this would be an excellent show to hear later in the week, especially on Friday itself.....Halloween! Cathleen and I look forward to your joining us as we celebrate this ancient and sacred day.
Cathleen's wonderful website, Holistic Horizons at Fiddlehead Grove:
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You are invited to attend the Feast of the Tabernacles’ celebration as we worship, praise, and pray to the LORD. We are mandated to bring our offering to God as stated in Deuteronomy 16:16-17. We will lift our offerings to the LORD on the ½ hour. As believers, we are to honor the LORD’s feasts as stated in Leviticus 23. Visit www.ManifestTheTruth.com for information.
Just becuase you're diabetic doesn't mean you can't enjoy traditional holiday activities and fun! This week we talk about enjoying holiday eating, traveling and great family time while managaging your diabetes.
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