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Guest Diane Kinney, director of Base Camp Hope, joins Kevin Hunter on The Business Forum Show to speak about her non-profit and how it serves veterans.
Please visit http://www.basecamphope.org/
Base Camp Hope (BCH) is a non-profit/faith based organization that help Veterans and their families deal with PTSD. BCH will use a variety of method; talk, counseling, art, music, equine, and much more.
We structure our program to meet the Veteran or family member needs. BCH has Veterans working with Veterans. With proof of service (or spouses proof of service) our services are free, donations are accepted.
After a SOLD OUT Summit Fighting Championship card in Tupelo, MS and a SOLD OUT V3 Fights card in Nashville, TN we will re-cap both great shows featuring some of the area's finest amatuer and professional fighters! Rod Galvan drops by for the V3 re-cap AND the break down of this Saturday's V3 Fights card at Minglewood Hall in Memphis, TN. Matt Weibel is back as co-host and will re-cap the SFC card as well as help do fight picks for the V3 card along with host Greg Livingston and a very special guest! Ben Parrish and Raheem Kinney are our special guests after a controversial SFC Light Heavyweight Title Fight in Southaven. This should be an interesting segment folks... You probably don't want to miss this!
Emily Kinney author of the amazing book, The Island of Lote visits The Wealthy Speaker Show with host Paul Lawrence Vann.
Emily has always wanted to write a book and she shares what her journey has been like since she first discovered her passion for writing. Emily is from Maine and shares with Blog Talk Radio listeners her creative and out of the box storytelling gift.
The Island of Lote was written with the reader in mind, meaning Emliy captures that rare quality people seek...IMAGINATION.
Tune in, listen in and call in to ask Emily Kinney questions about her lifelong passion for being an author, insights about the Island of Lote and much more at (646) 595-4797 and or join us in the web chat room: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/paullawrencevann
Learn more about Emily Kinney: idjitmind.wix.com/emilykinneyauthor
On Monday February 9th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst join New Mexico Museum of Natural History field researcher Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman will be joined by the New Mexico Museum of Natural History curator Dr. Spencer G. Lucas to discuss the Pennsylvanian sequence of New Mexico including the famous Laggerstatte, the Kinney Brick Quarry site.
Join Host, Jason Brain, and the Soapbox Danger Team for Radio Soapbox; our weekly BlogTalkRadio program where creative arts and conversation connect. We’ll be coming to you LIVE from the Elbow Room (Encino, CA) and would love to see you there for the live broadcast.
THE GUEST: Lauren Kinney is an L.A. singer-songwriter with a rich, earthy voice. Find her music online at http://laurenkinney.bandcamp.com. Find her on twitter @lauren_kinney and on instagram @geodesichome.
Join us every Tuesday night, 8pm for KSBX Radio Soapbox, brought to you by Soapbox International / Call In # (805) 727-7108
P.S. Submit your music and poetry (in mp3 form) to firstname.lastname@example.org to possibly hear yourself on the KSBX airwaves!
In order to kick off our very first episode, this week's guest will be Kinney Rorrer!!
The Charlie Poole Music Festival program is a 30 minute program dedicated to the discussion of bluegrass and folk music with special guests. Tune in to find out how music has evolved and to hear stories of musicial icons from the past, present and up and coming.
Join hosts Jim and Ashley Cash of Woven Green as they interview Douglas Kinney, Author of "Frontiers of Knowledge: Scientific Spiritual Sources for a New Era" and "Framework of Reality: Understanding Our Subtle Spiritual Nature." Douglas is also a workshop leader and speaker, a between-lives regressionist, and an ordained New Thought Minister.
The Walking Dead finally returned after its winter hiatus and I couldn't have been more excited!
Join me tonight with my special guest Amber Dawn Fox, who played Officer Bello during those final episodes with Beth. I'm anxious to chat with her about the experience and what it was like on set that last day for Emily Kinney and the entire cast/crew.
We'll also take a look at the shocking death of another commerade, Tyreese! I'm still trying ot wrap my head around it!
The Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce is proud to highlight Teresa King Kinney, recipient of the Progressive Industry Leadership Award at the inaugural Better Beach Awards, to be held on March 21st at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel from 11 am to 1:30 pm.
Teresa King Kinney is Chief Executive Officer of the 25,000 member Miami Association of Realtors (MIAMI). MIAMI is celebrating 93 years of service to the industry, the public and the community. The Association boasts the largest local International Real Estate Council and Congress in the United States, and has partnerships with more than 100 international organizations throughout the world. The association hosts more than 1,800 seminars each year and offers nearly 100 premium services for its members.
Teresa has served the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and the Florida Society of Association Executives in various capacities. She has over 30 years experience in Realtorâ association management and holds seven designations or certifications. In addition, Kinney is a noted speaker and consultant on leadership, association management, ethics, marketing, professional growth and development, and international real estate.
The MIAMI Association of Realtors offices are located at 700 S. Royal Poinciana Blvd, Suite 400, Miami, FL 33166. Visit her at her offices, or reach her at email@example.com and 305.468.7000.
The coffee shop report
Well the issue of casino money and how we spend it is starting to capture the attention of not only the press but also social media.
For seven years now, I have been warning that we have to be vigilant in the use of casino revenues casino revenues are considered by the state comptroller to be nonrecurring revenues and should be treated as such.
In an article in the Niagara Gazette posted by Don Glynn he points out the concerns of Niagara Falls Ontario mayor Jim Diodati regarding the casino on Canadian side.
The article states that in the last four years revenues at the casino have dropped one hundred and one million. To counter that he is suggesting that the casino offer free beverages. In the past few weeks I've also heard that the revenues at the casino on our side have dropped.
Last Tuesday I said that in 5 to 10 years we would not have enough casino money to make up for funding of the day-to-day operation of the city
It is important to put the brakes on now. The city Council must legislate a spending policy that will ensure proper funding for the level of services that the taxpayers are asking for and expect.
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