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Tammy Colson Zupan @tlcolson at Lunch with @DriveThruHR with @bryanwempen (Emeritus), @williamtincup & @thehrbuddy
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Join Elusive1 & Henry May as they welcome Tammy Lynn Chinander to the show. Tammy a wife,mother,four year Bible college graduate and now a Pastor of a online Christian webpage. As a child I heard stories about bigfoot and to tell you the truth I was a bit afraid. On the farm in grew up on there was this hut like thing that my dad as a child just left alone. Well not my brother or I we found black hair in there and at that time didnt think much of it. today I could kick myself for not keeping it but who knew. When Finding Bigfoot first aired on tv I started watching it and got to thinking the sounds ive been hearing at this river campsite my dad owned sounds like what there talking about. The year i decided to record the noises my dad sold the property so never got a chance. That same year while driving threw a river reserve my friend Katey was driving and she looked in her rear view mirror and seen a bigfoot cross the road as i turned to look i seen a black shadow going into the woods. I joked with her about that till last summer while camping in the reserve we had vistors. First night wood knocks and what sounds like coyote's but being raised on a farm all my life i knew my animal sounds. That wasnt any coyote i ever heard. The next morning we went on a hike found these huts the first one i believe was man made but the other three were not. My daughter Malina was with me and the furtherst hut away she show a bigfoot working on it when i seen the look on her face i knew as i turned and she took off chasing it once again i only saw that black shadow. Sounds very exciting so mark it down & se y'all there. SQUATCH ON!!!!
AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire Shane Leonard review Tammy, and give a preview of what's coming your way for the next few weeks.
Frankly, we don't expect great things from this one, but we're willing to remain open to the idea that it could surprise us.
We'll have some interview clips to share, answer listener questions, and let you know where you should be spending your ticket money as we continue into the heart of the summer.
In August 1982, in Kelowna, British Columbia David Shearing shot grandparents George and Edith Bentley and parents Bob and Jackie Johnson at their campsite in Wells Gray Park. The sole purpose of these murders was to give him access to the two Johnson daughters Janet, age 13 and Karen, age 11 for purposes of rape, molestation and torture. He held the girls captive for almost a week and then murdered them as well. He put the bodies of the girls in the trunk of the family car with the four adults in the back seat, and set the car on fire - leaving the bodies nearly unidentifiable.
A hearing was set for September 4, 2014 to give consideration for day and full parole for Ennis. If day parole were granted, he would be allowed to live in a halfway house. If full parole were granted, he would be allowed to live in the community. Ennis was denied parole in 2008 and in 2012 for numerous issues, including a diagnosis of phychopathy.
Tammy Arishenkoff attended school with the young girls and worked with the victim's family to organize an on-line petition drive to deny David Ennis' parole; sending the following to the parole board in Ottawa:
We, the undersigned, feel that the release of David Ennis, formerly David Shearing, into the community would jeopardize the safety of all citizens, but more importantly our children. As well, the heinous nature of his crimes should preclude any possibility of release.
Tammy Arishenkoff and her followers strongly urged the Parole Board of Canada to once again deny parole to this murderer at the upcoming hearing September 4, 2014. This is what happened. THE PAROLE OF MASS MURDERER DAVID ENNIS-Tammy Arishenkoff
Tammy Lyons very well may be northeast Ohio's best ambassador (besides that LeBron guy). Tammy, a yoga instructor and owner of Inner Bliss Yoga studios in Cleveland, has a unique way of celebrating businesses in Cleveland. She's doing 365 days of handstands. That's right. Each day she does a handstand at a local business and promotes it via social media outlets. What's more, she co-founded Believe in CLE, a yoga movement taking shape in the heart of Cleveland. In partnership with Cleveland-area landmark venues, local yoga studios and like-minded organizations, Believe in CLE is a meaningful event anchored by a dynamic community yoga practice that includes music, dancing, education and food. Last summer, 1,400 yogis congregated on the plaza of the world-famous Rock and Roll Hall of Fame creating Cleveland’s largest outdoor yoga practice in its history.
For the next 60 minutes, "put fear aside and step into possibility" with Tammy Lyons. By the way, that's how she describes doing a handstand.
Join Maria and Tammy tonight for their first radio broadcast at 7pm CST on the EBN radio network!! Tammy and Maria are both Intuitive Healers and Mediums. Their mission with Divine Awaken is to provide the key of knowledge, helping to unlock the door and awaken your senses. Their show will encompass everything spiritual.
On Wednesday, August 21, 2013 the Heart of a Toastmaster book by Sheryl Roush had an unprecedented global release at the Toastmasters International Convention held at Duke Energy Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Over 1,600 members from 122 countries were in attendance. Jean Bailey Robor, a contributor to the book, interviewed several fellow contributors. This episode is one of those interviews.
Heart of a Toastmaster by Sheryl Roush can be purchased through heartofatoastmaster.com.
Listen in as Past International Director and Accredited Speaker Tammy Miller shares in this special Heart of a Toastmaster episode.
(Brought to you by that "No Buts About It" motivational speaker, Jean Bailey Robor of Celebrate Life. Find out more about Jean and what she can do for you at her website: www.JeanBaileyRobor.com)
Is it just me or is this a low key line-up for 4th of July weekend? Even still, we have plenty to talk about with Melissa McCarthy's latest, a team-up with Susan Sarandon in Tammy. Next up is Eric Bana in the horror department with Deliver Us From Evil. So that's adult comedy and horror, what will the kids do? THINK OF THE CHILDREN! Oh, that's right! We have them covered as well with Relativity's Earth to Echo. All this and any news fit to bring to the airwaves on this week's Punch Drunk Podcast.
We trust you had an enjoyable Easter, the day of celebration of faith. The DownTown Milton Studio is proud to install its fifth production towards God's gift of true life - brain injury survival. Tonight begins the compassion of a Caregiver, a Stroke Surviving mother of four precious daughters, and a 'MeMa' of two 'princesses' for grandchildren. As her story unfolds, feel free to contact Tammy at (424) 243-9540 to share and discuss caregiver's efforts and support, stroke survival and the effcts brain injuries have on families, and a 'surviving' personal life as well as a parent. Mahlon Whitaker, the normal Sunday night braininjuryradio.com Caregiver mentor, will return in two weeks to this regular time frame. Tonya and Mahlon are with family this Easter, since they so graciously along with Matt ushered Tammy to the home studios of Sunday BIRN, in exchange Tammy has offered to begin her chapter on TBISN, a very nice trade indeed.