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Talk about responding! The Crimson Tide tore the Texas A&M Aggies apart on Saturday, and the catharsis is still present in spades from that stunning 59-0 victory. We'll break down what we saw on the field, and prepare everyone for a trip up to Knoxville to battle the Volunteers. Your BAMSradio crew of Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts will be joined by Jimmy Stein at 9 after an hour devoted to our callers. It's going to be a football-centric affair on BAMS tonight. The action kicks off at 8:00 CST!
The Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) Program is the largest school based father engagement program in the nation with over 4000 schools participating.
Karen Bantuveris, a management consultant working-mom, became a Girl Scout leader and PTA board member once her daughter entered school. Shocked at all the ‘little things’ that made volunteering a hassle, and fueled by frustration with reply-all emails, clipboards, online groups, and late night reminder messages...she decided to do something about it.
VolunteerSpot launched in Spring, 2009 with the mission of enabling ANYONE to quickly mobilize and coordinate volunteers in their community, congregation and social network. VolunteerSpot's simple sign up application makes it easy for people to join together and say YES to volunteering. No waiting for approvals and passwords, no software to install, just easy, free scheduling and sign up tools for everyday heroes making a difference.
Each week, WatchDOGS Radio host Keith Schumacher and co-host Chris Danenhauer discuss how this program is impacting families and schools across our nation and in four foreign countries.
Please join our audience and call in with your questions and comments.
Day of November 22nd 1963? Al Suarez and Chris Jay discuss JFK's legacy, and the fascist takeover of the US government since his assassination. Al being from Boston this show is particularly important to him. We will also discuss the Alliance for Progress and the Peace Corps which JFK started to promote internationalism and better the reputation of the US in the world, which was infiltrated against JFK's will by the CIA. JFK wanted to abolish the Federal Reserve, the CIA, and keep the military industrial complex in check. He also wanted to end the Cold War and have the trainers leave Vietnam so there would be no escalation there which is what Johnson did. It is probable he also wanted the quarantine against Cuba lifted and a settlement in the conflict there. Instead we have to this day an embargo against Cuba. There is no doubt the establishment made an example of him, but his legacy lives on, and the fire of revolution has not been extinguished. As the youth volunteered in the Peace Corps and the Alliance for Progress in Latin America, many did so from the inspiring words the president said at his inauguration "Do not ask what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." Such was the things of true patriotism. He also said "Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable." Him and his brother Bobby ended up making the ultimate sacrifice, along with their older brother who gave his life in WWII. Being from a rich family, they did not need at the time money from the banks or corporations to corrupt them, with JFK's military career, he would not be intimidated by the generals either. With enemies all around, JFK's fate was set. We will be doing the show an hour and a half, callers welcome.
Big Blue Fans and sports fans alike! Tune in to Cats Talk With Vinny and Terry for another great show. Tonight the fellas will recap a busy weekend in Kentucky Wildcats athletics. They look at the games played by the Kentucky women's basketball team. They defeated Appalachian State, Baylor and Morehead State.
We'll recap Kentucky football's loss to the Tennessee Volunteers as well as the men's basketball wins over the Grand Canyon Antelopes, Buffalo Bulls and Kansas Jayhawks. Our two guests are former Kentucky forward and current color analyst Mike Pratt and Daville Advocate Messenger columnst Larry Vaught. There will also be lots of NFL, NBA, MLB conversation.
Marc Hirsch was born in New York City and raised in the Bronx. He graduated Boston University School of Medicine in 1969. He retired from medical practice in 2011, although he volunteers at a local Kentucky free clinic.
Today, we will be discussing his debut mystery, "The Case"
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The United States, while a late entrant into World War I, began to contribute to the Allied war effort in 1916 and 1917 with volunteers who wanted to fight the German forces as combat aviators. These first "American Eagles," initially joined up with the French Armié de Aire's famous Lafayette Escadrille, but soon began to join the fledgling Royal Flying Corps/ Royal Air Force (RAF). By the time of America's entry into the "Great War," a sizable force of Americans were already flying, fighting, and dying over the trenches of France and the low countries. There they helped hold the line until 1918, when American flying units began to reach the front. Throughout 1918, these Americans helped hold the line against the great German "Michael" Offensive, and later that summer helped the Allies take the offensive along the entire Western front, leading to the victory of November 1918.
To learn more about these very first American combat aviators, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream) at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week will be renowned Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press) author and historian Gavin Mortimer (@gavinmortimer7). The writer of a number of military history books, Mr. Mortimer is the author of THE FIRST EAGLES, a gripping chronicle of those early volunteer American aviators who served on the Western front in 1917 and 1918. Listeners are encouraged to call in with questions and opinions for Mr. Mortimer, which should make for a lively hour of classic aviation history as America begins its run up to remembering the Great War.
Aunt Lisa is a member of Concord Baptist Church were Rev. Bryan Carter is the Senior Pastor. She oversees the Lambs Ministry where she leads a staff and volunteers to engage children in christian fun activities.
Aunt Lisa has over 20 years of experience working with several school districts in the North Texas area. She has also worked with different programs throughout the community. She has served as a parent educator for several agencies in the metroplex teaching parents postivie strategies of parenting.
Her show is to promote healthy and fun lifestyles and reduce the decline in family outdoor activities. She believes that outdoor activities expose children to diverse activities nd promotes healthy living.
Aunt Lisa's fun arount town for kids will be a fun family show that give information on fun things for children to do in their community, at school, at home and at church. Join Anut Lisa and get great fun ideas to keep your children engaged and grow health habits for life.
Tune in and catch Vinny Hardy and Terry Brown as they talk all things Kentucky Wildcats sports as well as the latest NBA, NFL, and MLB news. Tonight they'll recap the Kentucky football teams last game against the Georgia Bulldogs and preview their match up this Saturday against the Tennessee Volunteers. They will also look back at the Kentucky basketball teams exhibition game against Georgetown (KY) and look ahead to Friday's season opener versus Grand Canyon.
Hosted by Debbie Dahmer (the Biggest Crybaby in Brazil???)
Guest will be Jay Apicella- President and Director of Dogs and Cats Forever, Inc
Dogs and Cats Forever, Inc. was organized in 1988 for the purpose of building and maintaining a shelter for homeless dogs and cats on the Treasure Coast. Our shelter is founded on the principle of trying to find good, adoptable and loving homes for the animals and help stop the killing of over 75,000 abandoned animals in southern Florida. With the increase of Florida’s population so too has come an increase of unwanted animals. Any healthy pet not adopted will have a safe and permanent home at our facility for the duration of its natural life.
No animal at Dogs and Cats Forever, Inc. will ever be sold for research, entertainment, or exploitation. We strive to end animal abuse and neglect. This charity is not connected with any other animal society. It is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt project totally dependent on donations and endowments. Officers and members are unpaid volunteers. All gifts are used locally and are greatly appreciated. Want to volunteer?. The shelter will then contact you via email or phone within the next week to schedule a volunteer orientation and get you involved with one of the more rewarding forms of service, helping, caring for and loving animals.
The Healing Hour Show is one of the educational tools of the Baitul Salaam Network, Inc.-International. The Healing Hour Show is one of the educational tools of the Baitul Salaam Network, Inc.-International. The month of November we will be recruiting and showing appreciation to our volunteers. We have a lot of activities coming up in 2015 and we will need lots and lots of people on the ground assisting in their local masjid/Islamic centers, neighborhoods and cities, in shaa Allah. You can be a part of the Baitul Salaam Network, Inc. and live any place in the world, in shaa Allah. Just visit us on Facebook or go to our web site at www.baitulsalaam.org today!
Eli Harrington is the new Executive Director at Technology of Tomorrow. As the Director he is responsible for working with the board of directors, volunteers, and program participants to rapidly increase the scope and scale of his nonprofit. We sit down with him and discuss how he's developing new programs, community outreach and his interest in the Millennial generation.