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I this inspiring episode Navy SEAL Radio host David Rutherford explores the courageousness of firefighters and their commitment to serving the greater good. David interviews two firefighters who explain their passion and commitment that drives them to run into burning buildings and put their lives on the line for you. He also outlines how you can begin to develop your personal burning desire to follow your dreams while serving the greater good. Don’t miss this show. HOOYAH
Top Motivational Speaker and Navy SEAL, David Rutherford ignites audiences with his high energy, no nonsense approach to motivating people to succeed in any environment imaginable. As a top Behavioral Training Specialist and Author, David motives people from all walks of life with his motivational philosophy called Froglogic. Derived from 20 years of personal exploration into the human condition David combines his incredible journey with 70 plus years of Navy SEAL operational, training and elite lifestyle performance successes. His masterful ability to inspire enables individuals and teams to forge their Self-Confidence and commit to living a TEAM LIFE.
Please support our firefighters who daily place their lives on the line. I am dedicating this show to support our firefighters across the UNITED STATES! I will welcome call ins for those who have family members who are firefighters to share stories of courage and heroism. Please feel free to also call in for prayer as you feel led. There are so many times what these precious ones do for our country so sleflessly, we need to honor and support them. Tune in Saturday evening to show your support, and offer any stories that will also inspire and encourage all of us to send prayers and loving support to these precious ones..
Call in Number is 1-347-850-1527
Tune in to The Gist of Freedom, www.BlackHistoryBlog.com, as we talk with Dr. William Seraile Professor Emeritus of African and African American studies at Lehman College (CUNY)
Dr. Seraile served in Ethiopia as a Peace Corps volunteer. He will discuss opportunities that exist for African Americans and others who may wish to serve. His service in Ethiopia had a profound impact on his life and future career choice. Today, the Peace Corps is trying to recruit more volunteers of color to serve. He earned his master's from Teachers College and a doctorate degree from the City University of New York.New York's Black Regiments During the Civil War was his doctoral dissertation which later became the third of his five books. A superb teacher, he was named Lehman College's 1991 teacher of the year.
Dr, Seraile is also the chair of the advisory committee for the Emmett Till Museum in Glendora, Mississippi
The Peace Corps is a volunteer program run by the federal government. The stated mission of the Peace Corps includes providing technical assistance, helping people outside the United States to understand American culture, and helping Americans to understand the cultures of other countries. .The program was established by Executive Order 10924, issued by President John F. Kennedy on March 1, 1961.Between 1961 and 2013, over 210,000 Americans joined the Peace Corps and served in 139 countries.
One of the most effective ways to receive more of what you want in your life is to give it away to someone else. It's a positive spin on the saying, "what goes around, comes around!" Whether you donate time, talents or treasure, paying it forward places you smack dab in the flow of circulation.
As women, the opportunity to share wisdom, inspiration or just provide a caring ear to someone in need is a powerful way to honor sisterhood.
Join host Michelle Hollinger as she allows organizations from across the country to share ways for listeners to get involved and, perhaps, help to change someone's life.
You don't have to volunteer with an organization in order to pay it forward. Less formal, heartfelt gestures are also extremely significant. How do you pay it forward? Call in to 646-595-2081 to share how you give of yourself.
Coffee Party is run entirely by volunteers. We need you!
This recorded teleconference outlines various volunteer roles that are available. Highlights include:
-Organizing local events
-Event coordination with sister orgs
-Radio show producers
We look forward to hearing from you!
Director of Volunteer and Member Services
debilyn [at] coffeepartyusa [dot] com
Discussing the Greatest Fraternal Organization in the USA - the BPOE (ELKS).
Helping People & Having Fun is what we do -- join us as we explore the amazing things Elks are doing from Sea to Shining Sea!
Callers Welcome :-)
Elks Care, Elks Share!
God Bless America!
Cindy Carter is President and Co-Founder of the Cancer Support Foundation -- a non-profit organization providing advocacy and some assistance financially to patients with cancer. The assistance is for non-medical expenses. Advocacy services are provided for medical care.
Cindy will be discussing several challenges cancer patients are currently facing.as they travel through treatment, hopefully to survival.
We'll be talking about issues such as the need for food delivery, transportation, and the problems of getting energy assistance - especially for electric service.
The Cancer Support Foundation is a state-wide service organization, run entirely by volunteer. Donations are requested. With no paid salaries, approximately 90% of all donations go out to the cancer patients to help them maintain a rood over their head, food on the table and utility services along with transportation expenses to and from treatment.
The King of DC Media, your host, William Powell, welcomes director Michael Dougherty who'll talk about his upcoming film Z*Con which is "about 14 year old Matt Moore, and his three friends, who attend a local comic convention to get interviews for their podcast, but end up stuck in the middle of a Zombie Outbreak at the con. One convention, four teens, thousands of zombies... what could go wrong?
100% of the Net Proceeds from this Horror/Comedy will go to charity. The charities the film will support are The American Red Cross, Kids Need to Read, and Big Damn Films."
From Big Damn Films website:
Big Damn Films, formerly Browncoat Big Damn Fan Films, Inc., started as an all-volunteer grassroots organization, created for charitable purposes. A group of fans of the television and film series "Firefly" and "Serenity" initially formed the organization around the principle that the energy and talents of members of the fandom could be channeled into giving back to the community. Browncoat Big Damn Fan Films was organized to support other 501(c)(3) charities by creating, and promoting, fan made films as a source of fundraising and advocacy for the chosen supported charities.
Follow up open lines Judicial Accountability and the Jury Trial. call in 267 521-0167 9-11 pm eastern .
Katherine Hine will be calling in, so if you would like to talk with her, call! Katherine Hine is an advocate for the rights of psychiatric patients and is currently involved in the forced drugging/involuntary confinement case of John Rohrer pending in the Ohio Supreme Court: [www.supremecourt.ohio.gov/Clerk/ecms/resultsbycasenumber.asp?type=3&year=2014&number=0268&myPage=searchbycasenumber.asp+]
She is an inactive attorney who does not practice law. From 1977 until 2009 she practiced law in Ohio and Oklahoma representing battered women, parents of children abused by the other parent in custody cases, foster parents, citizens charged with petty crime, citizen groups seeking to bring accountability to local government, and others. She had a solo practice representing clients in criminal, juvenile, municipal, trial, and appellate courts. She maintains a particular interest in federal and state constitutional law and how those principles, can be used to combat the growing loss of freedoms Americans are suffering today. She has been involved with the Ross County Network for Children, as a board member since 1996, and as its Executive Director since 2005. [http://networkforchildren.wordpress.com/be-a-volunteer/]
In 1999, Hine authored the article: Retaliation Against ProfesionalsWho Report Child Abuse, a chapter in the anthology titled “Expose: the Failure of Family Courts to Protect Children from Abuse in Custody Disputes”. In 1994 she was a candidate for district court judge in a five county race in the 15th Judicial District of Oklahoma. The same year she organized the Oklahoma organization, Stop Child Abuse Now. Her law degree is from the University of Toledo in 1976, and she has studied and taught in the law school of Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand.
As free agency heats up and the Orlando Summer League comes to a close, GBBLive with your Host Joe Mullinax will survey the landscape at 7 PM CT on BlogTalkRadio!
The Managing Editor of Grizzly Bear Blues, Chris Faulkner, will be on for his usual segment "Grizzly Bear News" at the beginning of the show. Free Agency will be the main topic of conversation as LeBron James' decision looms over the Association. How will the eventual domino fall affect the Grizzlies, especially when it comes to Mike Miller's future in Memphis?
GBB's own BluesCityJoe AKA Joe Witherwax will join the show in the second segment to focus in on the Grizzlies' Summer League. There have been some highlights and lowlights so far, but what all does it mean for the main roster and Iowa Energy come training camp in October? Who will most likely stick around past Orlando?
Finally, Patrick Edwards of SB Nation's Rocky Top Talk will be Mullinax's guest to discuss one of the newest Grizzlies, 2nd round selection and former Tennessee Volunteer Jarnell Stokes. The Memphis native has shown promise in his shown time as a bear of Beale Street, and Patrick will fill us in on what we can expect from J-Bo in the future.
All this and more on the latest episode of Grizzly Bear Blues Live! Follow us on Twitter @GBBLive and sign up for Audible's Audio Book service using this URL www.audibletrial.com/grizzlybearblues to help GBBLive donate to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.
Join us on Wednesday July 2 at 1 p.m. when our guest on Record Talk Radio will be Janet Sharma, executive director of the Volunteer Center of Bergen County.
We'll talk with Sharma about her non-profit agency's work in distributing about $3.78 million in relief funds for Moonachie and Little Ferry residents whose homes were damaged by Superstorm Sandy in October 2012.
Have a question for Sharma? Send you suggestions to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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