SORT BY Relevancy
Tom has been a resident of Phoenix for 51 years and a graduate of ASU with a B.S. degree in accounting. Upon graduation from college he entered the field of accounting for a short period of time and was a principal in a property and casualty insurance agency for over 20 years. He has been a member of the Phoenix Thunderbirds for 25 years, past USGA Junior Amateur Committee member, presently a member of the USGA Regional Associations Committee and Executive Director of the Boys Junior America's Cup Team Matches. He has been involved with the Junior Golf Association of Arizona since 1986, as a two year past president of the JGAA Board of Directors and the associations Executive Director since 1994.
Join me in welcoming Jessica Chetsawang, Program Manager, Junior Achievement of Orange County who will talk about National Volunteer Week! Find out how you can make a difference with your favorite organization in your local community this week! Call 323 657-1493 to join in the fun!
We talk about the suicide of Junior Seau, as well as NFL, NBA playoffs and MLB. May is Cystic Fibrosis awareness month! Go to cff.org for more info! Follow us on Twitter @DoubleJ_AllDay and like us on Facebook. www.facebook.com/doublejallday Opening song: "Far Too Long" by Better Left Unsaid from the album The Fight Within.
Tune into the next broadcast of Junior Positively Autistic: Ryan's Spectrum Talk. During this show, I will interview my friend Jerry Wolffe. Jerry, who was previously a reporter at The Oakland Press, works as a diability advocate at MORC. He has been instrumental towards improving the lives of those with disabilities.
This show will take place Thursday, May 16 at 6 pm EST, 3 pm PST, and 11 pm GMT.
If you have any questions for Jerry, you can call into the show by dialing (619) 393-2848.
On this edition of the Sports Inboundz.com Show, we discuss the recent filing of a lawsuit by the family of deceased NFL great Junior Seau and its significance on the present and future of the professional organization.
Tune into the next broadcast of Junior Positively Autistic: Ryan's Spectrum Talk. This show will take place at a DIFFERENT TIME JUST FOR THIS WEEK. Show time is at 5 pm EST, 2 pm PST, and 10 pm UK time.
This show will feature autism advocate Erin Clemens. Individuals with Aspergers Syndrome are still unique people that are not defined by their diagnosis. Albert Einstein and Henry Ford are both believed to have had Aspergers Syndrome.
Tune into the show to celebrate the special talents of people with Aspergers Syndrome.
Tune into the next broadcast of Junior Positively Autistic: Ryan's Spectrum Talk. During this broadcast, I will talk about DSM-5: the fifth revision of the autism diagnosis manuel that will change the way autism is diagnosed. DSM-5 will be published May 1st 2013.
This show will take place Thursday, May 2nd at 6 pm EST, 3 pm PST, and 11 pm GMT.
Stop by to find out what DSM-5 will mean for the autism spectrum.
Join host, Garrett Miller, for a great interview with Jessica Chetsawang, Program Director with Junior Achievement of Orange County. Jessica talks National Volunteer Week (THIS WEEK!) and shares how YOU can volunteer in your local community to help make a difference. Call in @ 323 657-1493 to lend your thoughts! 7:00-8:00 pst TONIGHT!
We are pleased bring to you Eligibility Coach Show! Our live weekly talk show on blogtalk radio! Join host Marlynn Jones aka Eligibility Coach on Tuesday nights at 7:30 pm Eastern Time. The show will be a platform to continue educating parents on the recruiting, eligibility and certification rules for NCAA and NAIA athletic scholarships Guests will include college coaches and administrators, as well as parents who have successfully completed the certification process who will share valuable information and tips on how to make the athletic scholarship process easier
Tune into the next broadcast of Junior Positively Autistic: Ryan's Spectrum Talk. This show will air Thursday, April 25th at 6 pm EST, 3 pm PST, and 11 pm GMT.
This show will be the second broadcast in the series adults with Aspergers. The point of the series will be to highlight a number of unique adults diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome at different life stages to give them an opportunity to tell their stories. Featured guests will be John Bowen Brown and Cassidy Eden.
Mark your calendars. Hope you can make it. If you are busy during the scheduled show time, you can always come back and listen to the show on demand at your convenience.
We will be broadcasting live from Gainey Ranch, the site of the 2013 High School Senior Golf Outing. This event brings senior golfers together from all around the state to enjoy a day on golf and comraderie.
The event is is put on by Arizona Junior Golf Association and the Phoenix Thunerbirds play a pivotal role in the event as well.
They will provide a new ping bag for each player and well as other items.
Robert Andrews of Gainey Ranch is the on site coordinator for the event.
We hope you can join us for a fun day on the links with the players.