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Week 6 Game of the Week: Tim Gushue and the Shawnee Renegades look to bounce back after letting a late lead slip away to Clearview last week, while PJ Mehigan's Cherokee Chiefs will attempt to get their coach his 98th all-time win and improve to 4-1 on the year. Pregame coverage starts at 6:45 p.m. with kickoff at 7:00 p.m. EST. Visit www.burlcosportsnet.com for more info.
We are talking with Shawnee Benton Gibson co-founder Worked at Spirit of A Woman (S.O.W.) Leadership Development Institute
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The Gibbs Sisters are an award-winning team with credits in writing, producing, and animation. The twin sisters have created projects that have entertained audiences across the globe. Creators of the award-winning, animated short, Ravishing Raspberry, the popular online animated series’ Adopted by Aliens, Old Ladies Driving, and Diva Smackdown! , they're also USC Guys Hanks & Marvin Miller Screenwriters Fellowship alumni. The Gibbs Sisters are members of Writers Guild of America, West, The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and the Organization of Black Screenwriters.They've writing for Bravo's Step It Up and Dance and their individual work include producing for Emmy-Award winning series Top Chef,Project Runway, and contributings to Disney’s Emmy winning sitcom, W
Scioto Foundation will be giving away $20,000 in match money to some of your favorite charities!!! Every dollar you donate through the SciotoGives.org website on Oct. 24 from 8am to 8pm will be matched. Matching amount will be determined after all donations are received. In this episode we will be featuring the American Red Cross - Ohio River Valley, Community Partners of Shawnee Mental Health and the Boy Scouts of America, Simon Kenton Council.
Guests: Eli Allen, Disaster Services Coordinator at American Red Cross; Diana Music representative of Community Partners of Shawnee Mental Health and Chris Wiseman,Tecumseh District Executive of Boy Scouts of America, Simon Kenton Council.
On the Focus Show - We will be live to report & share about the Louisville Men this weekend... MeShorn will you be your host, but all the Men who choose to be on air will co-host with me... We hoping Men from other Cities call in and the conversation. How can we reduce the crime & violence that is effecting our communities. How can the Men become a more positive example in the community? What Can A 1000 Men Do To Effect Change In The Year 2014? The Resurrection BLACK MEN STAND UP-Nov. 2nd, 2013 at Shawnee Park. Come Out,This SATURDAY 2-5pm forward this to your contacts on your own phone. Its a Movement, some Brothers in Little Rock, AR. are duplicating this event in Feb. Finally, people are talking about what we are doing.
Weekly Preview show broadcast live from Ott's Downtowne Pub & Grille in Mount Holly. This weeks show will preview Friday's game of the week featuring Shawnee at Cherokee. Cherokee head coach PJ Mehigan and Shawnee head coach Tim Gushue will be joining the show to discuss the game. We will also be breaking down all of the other games this wekend featuring Burlington County teams.
Please join Willow Cross and her co - host J.H. Glaze for their wonderful new show, The Paranormal Hour, with World Of Ink Network on October 11 at 10 PM EST 9PM CST 8PM MT 7PM PST. The launch of TPH will feature Tracee Ford. Aside from being an author, Tracee is the head of The Southern Ohio Ghost Hunters. The team centers their efforts on helping people and is called upon to assist in home cleansings as well as general assessment of hauntings. They also analyze local legends by going to the sites for investigations.
Ford writes paranormal romance, romantic suspense, and crime novels. She is an undergraduate in social sciences and psychology at Shawnee State University. She completed more nonfictional research while working on her master's degree in forensic psychology at the University of North Dakota.
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Oct. 5 marks the 200th anniversary of the death of a North American hero and leader. Tecumseh (1768-1813) was killed in action at the Battle of the Thames, also known as the Battle of Moraviantown, near what is now the city of Chatham, by American troops. His was a life, if ever there was one, lived on the heroic scale. Tecumseh, whose name can be translated as "panther in the sky," was a Shawnee born in Ohio. His vision was of a pan-Indian alliance that would cut across traditional tribalism and for a new territory in the Ohio, Indiana and Michigan region that would form a new Indian nation. Tall and handsome, he was a leader but never really a chief of his own people. He disputed the chiefs' authority to sell lands to the Americans, asking whether it was also possible to sell the air.
“The thing about Tecumseh is that he’s still as charismatic as he was. Even 200 years later, he’s still exerting that charisma beyond the grave.”
“Tecumseh had a certain grandeur,” said Charlene Houle, tourism development officer for the city of Chatham-Kent, Ontario, where the Battle of the Thames was fought 200 years ago. “He united all those people under him, thousands of people. He was one of those charismatic leaders who had a vision and worked to get it.”&l
Most people have heard of the outcome in Baby Veronica's case and recent victory of the Absentee-Shawnee in having Baby Deseray returned to their care and custody. What will future outcomes of ICWA cases. What must we do to ensure that our children remain within their traditional, cultural and spiritual environment.
Charles Tripp, Cherokee. Successfully litigated the case of Baby Deseray for Absentee-Shawnee. Currently the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Kaw Nation in Oklahoma and serves as district Judge, attorney general and prosecutor/public defender for several tribal judiciaries in OK and KS.
Casey Camp-Horinek, Ponca. Activist, Elder, and Actress. She is one of only 100 women representatives selected world-wide to attend the International Women’s Earth and Climate Initiative (IWEC’) in NYC this past weekend.
JoKay Dowell, Quapaw/Cherokee. Journalist, photographer and Activist.
Glenda Sue Deer, Kickapoo. American Indian Movement Activist and former foster mother.