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Roger Merrill Host will talk about Baby Boomers and what they are doing with their BIG HOMES!
We will talk with David Silver-Westrick Realtor about a wonderful estate in the Hunt Club, San Juan Capistrano, California.
Guest Mark DeCastro Painting Contractor "Craftsman Painter" listen in for how a quality painting contractor still has customeers that appreaciate a master painter with in-depth knowledge of his trade.
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Wonder show for Orange County Listeners. What's happening in Orange County, California.
10:15am - Special Guest 'Lauren Powers one of Americas three Strongest Women'. http://laurenpowers.com
10:30am - Special Guest Gary Ballard 'Ballard Fitness' http://ballardfitness.com
10:45am - Guest Scott Christian Mortgage http://www.scottchristian.net/about/
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Real Estate and Buying or Selling Get pre inspections. Listen in for the stories.
School homework we all had to do it when we were young. But with every new generation comes a new debate. The debate now is whether or not kids should have homework. Some studies say homework does not improve learning while others say it does. Some parents say kids have way too much school homework and can not possibly get it all done. In today's fast paced society, with busy parents and busy students, should school homework be banned? Does homework help prepare our children to learn more in school? Does doing homework help improve retention? What about online homework help, should it be banned too? Whether you live in Atlanta or the surrounding area your voice matters. Tune in where you will hear the comments of parents,students, educators and YOU.
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Orange County real estate news is fairly predictable - at least compared with some of the stories that filter in from the rest of the world. Here in Orange County, for instance, wherever a new home is being built, you're likely to see familiar evidence like stacks of lumber and drywall, cartons of nail gun ammo, sacks of cement, and workmen hustling around as they put everything together. But your not going to believe this. Nary a printer in sight. Not so in China. The are building houses very differently. Tune in and see how they are building a home.
For many parents homework is the bane of their existence. The constant battles to get it done, the struggles with the school, the uncertainty about your child's success. It can be crazy-making! This week's guest, Roger Wilkerson of Homework Sanity, will give you valuable tools for partnering with your child to achieve greater harmony. He'll also take your questions via email during the show. Email him your questions to email@example.com and he'll send you a Free PDF of his new book "The Homework Sanity System."
Relationships are at the center of our universe. Everything is all about relationships. They are essential for our having effective and fulfilling lives at work and at home. The Relationship HomeWork radio show is about bringing relationship coaching to the people. Through our conversations we work with our listeners to build relationship consciousness and competence to build, maintain and transform relationships in their Workplace and their HomeSpace.
Build and refine your relationship skills by listening to Relationship HomeWork.
On Today’s episode The Cinema Geeks ….. React to the latest Doctor Strange casting rumors, discuss plans for the next Transformers movie, give you our thoughts on Maggie and Tomorrowland as well as react to our homework assignments of Short Term 12 and the Book Thief and in the main attraction we give you an ...
This show offers education regarding ADHD and accompanying conditions as well as support and encouragement for parents of children and teens who have a diagnosis of ADHD. I share educational tips, information regarding advocating for your child, as well as encouragement for handling life’s daily challenges. Tips for homework management, diet tips, etc.
KIDS OF THE BLOCK, INC. (KOB) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit incorporated in the state of Illinois. Founded in 2003 by Diane Latiker, she opened her home to youth in her community to help them steer away from the negative influences they saw daily. KOB, has it is known, began to work with youth, teens, and young adults ages 12-24 years old. After speaking with the young people about their issues and concerns, she offered them homework help, mentoring, activities and a "safe place". Her work with youth emphasized self-development that would lead to change. Through individual meetings and group discussions new recruits were encouraged to assess their current situation, identify skills and a knowledge base needed to achieve the goals they have targeted. Starting out with ten youth from the neighborhood, almost 12 years later, KOB has serviced over 2,000 participants since it's inception.
The “at-risk” youth are involved in Health Workshops, Cultural Events, Educational Tutoring and celebrations in their honor for achievements and participation. The density and variety of programming invites these youngsters to come “off the streets” and become engaged in events that are conducted in a safe and caring environment.
The organization’s key objectives are:
To create a positive environment where youth can feel free to be creative;
To provide exposure to other cultures, ethnic groups, communities, and activities;
To work with each youth as an individual to promote continued positive development;
To cultivate skills and meet the needs of the young people we serve;
To celebrate their accomplishments.
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