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Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!
This week: Cindy & I are joined by two more Legends of the game. Michelle Estill & Jane Crafter.
Michelle Estill - Ping Rep and former LPGA Player.
Credits LPGA Teaching & Club Professional (T&CP) member Linda Vollstedt as the individual most influencing her career...In 1994, won the Budget Service Award for her contributions to the LPGA Urban Youth Golf Program through her active participation in the LPGA Urban Youth Golf Pen Pal Program...Hobbies include reading, cycling, scuba diving, fishing and photography...Was a member of the LPGA Executive Committee from 1996-98, serving as president in 1998.
Jane Crafter - Former LPGA Tour Player and Golf Channel Analyst.
Inducted into the South Australian Sports Hall of Fame and also the South Australian Golf Industry Hall of Fame in 2011. 1 Unofficial Win: JC Penney Mixed Team 1987 with Steve Jones. 3 International Wins: 1992 & 1996 Australian Ladies Masters, 1997 Womens Australian Open. As an amateur, won the 1978 New Zealand Amateur and 1980 Belgian Amateur. Runnerup in 1977 Australian Amateur and 1980 Canadian Amateur. Represented Australia in international competition 10 times.
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It's a pleasure to share a evening with Catherine Hackman, a Christian writer, author and blogger who showcase many writers and help you decide on what books are worthy to be read including mine "Exposed" my latest work. Please support her and call in at 347-945-6003. Also we will be discussing her book "Until Jerusalem" and about the book of revelations in the bible, but if you just want to share your testimony on how good God has been to you or your dreams on writing and how to get there, or just listen as we have a ball kicking it with Catherine Hackman.
Share an in-dept conversation with Doug Rose as he tell his story about his stuggles and his journey to get back on his feet. Which will touch the memory banks of many who didn't know from day to day where they would have ended up but surviving through determination and true grit.
Spend a evening dealing with the stigma behind depression and how you cope with it, unfortunately some take their lives, some don't realize their mood swings is because of it...however let's explore this further and find solutions and see the signs before it's too late to help or correct this medical issue.
We have two guests on The G-ZONE today: D.P. Lyle starts the show off and Patti J. Smith takes us home as she comes in at the half way mark.
Here is a little bit on both authors:
D. P. Lyle is the Macavity and Benjamin Franklin Silver Award winning and Edgar, Agatha, Anthony, Scribe, and USA Best Book Award nominated author of many non-fiction books (MURDER & MAYHEM; FORENSICS FOR DUMMIES; FORENSICS & FICTION; MORE FORENSICS & FICTION; HOWDUNNIT: FORENSICS; and ABA FUNDAMENTALS: UNDERSTANDING FORENSIC SCIENCE) as well as numerous works of fiction, including the Samantha Cody thriller series (DEVIL’S PLAYGROUND, DOUBLE BLIND, and ORIGINAL SIN); the Dub Walker Thriller series (STRESS FRACTURE; HOT LIGHTS, COLD STEEL, and RUN TO GROUND); and the Royal Pains media tie-in novels (ROYAL PAINS: FIRST, DO NO HARM and ROYAL PAINS: SICK RICH). His essay on Jules Verne’s THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND appears in THRILLERS: 100 MUST READS and his short story “Even Steven” in ITW’s anthology THRILLER 3: LOVE IS MURDER.
Patti J. Smith: was born in Wimpole Park, England. She lived in England and Morocco as well as several state-side Air Force Bases and considers her father's last assignment, Moses Lake, Washington, her hometown. She audited for the Dept. of Labor and Veteran's Administration Offices of Inspector General, served in the U.S. Army Reserve (Transit Control Unit and Criminal Investigation Division) and recently retired as a background investigator.
Patti lives in Vista, CA with her husband and has three granddaughters. She serves as a Regional Coordinator for the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, Co-leads Rachel's Hope After-Abortion Healing Retreats and sings in her parish choir.
The race is on to find alternative energy solutions which will eliminate our dependency upon fossil fuels. One possibility is biodiesel. Biodiesel is a domestically produced, renewable fuel that can be manufactured from vegetable oils, animal fats, or recycled restaurant grease. With the number of new technologies emerging, biodiesel power has become one of the fastest growing industries because it reduces emissions, improves air quality and can be made in your own home!
In Lyle Estill’s Biodiesel Power: The Passion, the People, and the Politics of the Next Renewable Fuel, there is a chronicle of this emerging industry. Lightly touching on the technical aspects of the fuel, its qualities and specifications, the book is largely about the people and stories of the biodiesel movement. It explores the tensions between grassroots activists and their altruistic co-ops, the profit minded commercial producers and the voices of agribusiness, and the current administration - or "the coalition of the drilling."
Far from a third party account, Biodiesel Power comes from one who has experienced it from the grease dumpster to the boardroom. Lyle Estill has made the journey from back yard brewing, to being part of a producer and distributor cooperative, to commercial production.
In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to energy expert, Lyle Estill about biodiesel power. Stay tuned!
Energy expert Lyle Estill is the president, co-founder and VP of Stuff at Piedmont Biofuels, and has won numerous awards for his commitment to sustainability, outreach, community development and leadership.
This week our guest is the acclaimed Texas author, musician, and cryptozoologist Lyle Blackburn. He has been heard on numerous radio programs including Coast to Coast AM and Where Did the Road Go?, has appeared on television shows such as Monsters & Mysteries in America and Finding Bigfoot, and has been a featured speaker at conferences all throughout North America. We’ll be speaking to Lyle about the details and subjects of his books, “The Beast of Boggy Creek” and Lizard Man”. Also, our resident field researcher Mike Richburg will be discussing some new evidence he has collected which is related to Lyle’s work.
JAZZ GREAT BOBBY LYLE WILL BE JOINING US TODAY.