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We have all made our bucket list at some point in time. Turns out there are a lot of people with "Tornado" somewhere near the top of that list.
This week on StormClowns we will talk with Brett Wilson about his bucket list and where Storm Chasing ranks on the list. Brett is an entrepreneur, philanthropist and the lead deal making panelist or "Dragon" of all-time on CBC's Gemini Award-winning Dragons' Den. Wilson was born in North Battleford, Saskatchewan. In 2010, he received an Honorary Doctor of Laws from Royal Roads University for his role as a business leader, dynamic philanthropist, and entrepreneurial mentor. Wilson was appointed to Member of the Order of Canada on June 30, 2011. In 2012, he was one of a select group to receive the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal honouring the achievements and contributions of notable Canadians.
See Brett's full profile, website and Book 'Redefining Success'
Also on this weeks show is Chris Sanner of the Tornado Titans. Interesting guy with a unique commentary on the role of tourism in Storm Chasing. Check out the Titan website
Chani Morris is our last formal Guest this week. She is currently studying Geography at the University of Florida and works as a tv forecaster for the WRUF Gator Weather network. Chani will graduate in May and find a TV weather job while working on her Masters in atmospheric science.
Check out Chani's Tumblr page
Please come join us tonight as we update everyone about how Michael is doing in the aftermath of this horrific tornado that took many lives, many homes, and many tears.
We are asking for help for Michael and his family during this very trying time. If you wish to make a donation, please go to:
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Tune into the Ron and Don Show for an update on what we expect will be an interesting conversation about the 2011 tornado money and why when asked for a more detailed breakdown of these funds and how they were used, Stately said that “it’s up to the grantees” (those receiving the funds) to publicly disclose how the grants were disbursed. “We don’t give a breakdown on how much was spent on each of those proposals. We don’t do that publicly.”
The Minneapolis Foundation its most recent financial report on June 29. “All the money was spent,” says Rev. Coleman. A balance sheet provided by Coleman shows remaining cash on hand of $470.78. However, the balance sheet accounts for only $160,668 of at least $395,000 the NCRT received from Minneapolis Helps Fund. The foundation says a final report is expected later this summer.
Where is the rest of the money?
Please read: A year later, wrapping up the North Minneapolis tornado money chase
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Barrett and Tish continue to discuss the hot topic of the tornado that ravaged Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma with special guest, Ken Stokes. Get all the details and find out why it is so imperative to have a public adjuster on your side. Call in at 424-675-8242 Thursdays at 11:30am
Breaking News Tornado Ally EF5 mile long tornado hit central United States and we welcome all brothers and sisters worldwide and nationwide we also have a very special guest out of Atlanta Georgia Franklin Washington! Please call in to listen in on air live and to ask questions and to get positive answers from CEO Dennis Blair Tillman and Vice President Mr. Ricky G. May 20th 2013 Monday
Beyond FEMA, SBA: How does a small business recover and restart after disasters. You still have obligations to fulfill, deliveries to make. You want to go back to work; it's your business.
Maybe you can't deliver everything you were planning pre-tornado or flood, but can you do something? So where do you find desks, how can you finish the dresses...what are post-disaster business options.
Amazing...there's almost nothing out there.
See if this helps. Submit your own ideas on our Facebook wall: facebook.com/piggybankpromotions.--Wendy Meyeroff
I have been host of Journey into the light spiritual radio for over 4 years on Blog Talk Radio. My shows have always been about helping others and I think if you listen to the thousands of Archieved shows and the thousands of phone calls we have taken and the testimony from listeners, my show has done the job I set out when I started the show by helping people...... Most everybody by now have seen the horrible pictures of the Moore, OK Tornado on May 20th. My family of 5 home was hit by that Tornado and now we have no home and have the cost of hotels, extra food cost since we can't cook, extra gas and many other things. My radio show is my job that support my family and supporting my family on this radio show has been tough but I always said we are saving souls and God will see us through and how can be end such a worth cause. So its been tough for my family but have gotten by and have not complained. Up until May 20th, Life was good but now taking care of my family is got me scared and I have asked my listeners and friends and just people who want to help a family in need for donations and I am very thankful for those who have been so helpful but I have been surprised at the low turnout and many of my former long time listeners to the show, who I thought received help from the show, I have not heard from. So I have to ask for ANYONE who is listening to this show, as Michelle Whitedove always says "Give a little more then you can" and I am really asking for help like then before. If you are looking to help those in these horrible last 2 weeks of Tornado's, I ask you on part of my family for you assistance today. I know by giving and helping others especially in a time like this, it is returned 10 times over! You can give at our Paypal at firstname.lastname@example.org or at our website for Debit/Credit Cards at http://journeyintothelight.org/buy-a-reading.php