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The Wisconsin Badgers look to start Big Ten Conference play on the right note, hoping to keep the Heartland Trophy in Madison as they face the Iowa Hawkeyes this upcoming Saturday.
Will the tandem of Taiwan Deal and Dare Ogunbowale be able to run on a stout Iowa run defense only giving up 84 yards on the ground? Can Joel Stave carry the Wisconsin offense against an impressive secondary led by junior cornerback Desmond King?
On the opposite side of the ball, will running back Jordan Canzeri be productive against the Wisconsin defense, and will the Badgers, like outside linebackers Joe Schobert and Vince Biegel, be able to contain Iowa quarterback C.J. Beathard?
We preview the game with Black Heart Gold Pants' Patrick Vint at 8:35!
In this program, you'll meet the author of the Teen Survival Series, Peggy Hatchet; and you'll learn why she felt the need to write a series of 50 to 70-page booklets to help teens survive their middle passage into young adulthood.
The host will share personal moments of her own teenage years and how she often shudders at how close she came to destruction and didn't realize it. You'll learn that Peggy Hatchet based her decision to champion the cause of young people because of her own turbulent youth. The conversations are open, honest, and focused on one objective...TO EMPOWER THE YOUTH.
Lastly, if time permits, callers get to ask questions and talk about whatever is on their mind, relevant to the subject. If there are no callers, the conversation will rock on. After all, Peggy's objective is to talk...
Conversations are not limited to controversial topics. Young people will endeavor to venture into one or more areas of interest that include education, job careers, the arts, science and mathematics...entrepreneurship, literature and sports. On the other hand, we will also talk about more personal and realistic issues like dating, sex, alcohol and drug-abuse.
This Teen Survival Meet-n-Greet Show lays the foundation for future shows. You don't want to miss it!
The No. 21 Wisconsin Badgers wrap up non-conference play against the Hawaii Warriors on Saturday night under the lights of Camp Randall Stadium. What have we learned about Joel Stave, Joe Schobert and the Badgers through three games this season, and what are the key match-ups against head coach Norm Chow, USC transfer Max Wittek, and the Warriors? BadgerNation.com's Ben Worgull will help us preview the game, along with highlight which big-name recruiting targets will be in Madison this weekend.
Several Badgers have made position changes recently -- we'll breakdown the moves, along with true freshman inside linebacker Chris Orr earning the start on Saturday.
We'll also review the Green Bay Packers-Seattle Seahawks, then preview their Monday Night Football match-up against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Hosted by Marti Oakley & Debbie Dahmer
6:15--BIG WEEK FOR GUARDIANSHIP. KRIS HOOD reports from Texas on major changes happening in guardianship. Kris will be kicking off our new information segment in the first hour of this show.
6:30...Latoya joins us from Georgia. Latoya's mother has been the victim of guardianship abuse by a family member. Drugged, neglected and living in horrendous conditions, she begged to return to Georgia to live with her daughters. Once in Georgia, the drugging was stopped to the extent that she began walking, talking and
In Wisconsin, the Homorable Judge Jane Carroll of Milwaulkee, decided she didn't need to see any evidence of abuse and that it would be appropriate to dismiss a restraining order against the abuser along with all other petitions in the case. This even after testimony from the Wisconsin Department of Aging requesting that the guardianship be dismissed, Community Care of Wisconsin also testified that they were aware of physical abuse and the brandishiing of a gun used to threaten LaToya's mother by the abuser. Jusge Carroll decided none of this mattered and the abuser was never asked to testify or answer for his actions.
Latoya's mother was returned to the home of the abuser, and lives in constant fear and a state of anxiety.
Please join host Sanjay R Singhal as he welcomes Mary Sutherland to Ridge Walkers Radio this evening! Mary Sutherland hails from the great Midwest, focussed on southern Wisconsin/northern Illinois, and has had numerous experiences and encounters! Additionally, Mary is a published author, with many works to her credit!
Please join Sanjay on Tuesday, 29 September as he welcomes Kevin Malek and Jennifer Scelsi to Ridge Walker Radio!
Kevin is a Paranormal Historian & Founder of the Northern Wisconsin Paranormal Society. He is also a Ufologist & a certified Field Investigator w/Mufon (The Mutual UFO Network).
Jennifer Scelsi is a Physical Psychic Medium & Investigator w/the NWPS (Northern Wisconsin Paranormal Society.) & the Wisconsin State Director for CSI: Paranormal (City Sightings Investigations). She is also currently studying Daemonology & is a Wisconsin representative for the PWSM (Praesidium Warriors of St Michael).
Together, Kevin and Jennifer run the Northwoods Paranormal Resource Center in Rhinelander, Wisconsin. They are contributing writers for Supernatural Magazine, and are the hosts of Paraversal Universe on the Paranormal King Radio Network.
In this episode, you'll meet the author of the Teen Survival Series, Peggy Hatchet; and you'll learn why she felt the need to write a series of books (50 to 60 pages) to help teens survive their middle passage into young adulthood.
This host will share personal moment of her own teenage years and how she often came close to destruction and didn't realize it. You'll learn that Peggy Hatchet based her decision to champion the cause of young people on her own turbulent youth.
Lastly, if time permits, callers get to ask questions and talk about whateer is on thier mind, relevant to life issues. This Teen Survival Series introduction is sure to spike your interest, if not your participation. You don't want to miss it.
There are things each community or neighborhood can do to make every possible effort to help their young people be successful. Too many communities overlook their own resources; together, they can do many positive, supportive things for their young people.
Another resouce communities have are their churches. Most residents attend their neighborhood church; pay tithes inside that institution; and have close personal ties with the members. It would be easy for mothers to organize a support network so that no more latch-key kids will be vulnerable; parents can tutor each other's kids; and babysit for each other.
In other words, the TEEN SURVIVAL SERIES wants to address all weaknesses affecting our teenagers' futures; and eliminate tragedies that happen because of them.
This discussion: "Things We Can Do As A Community To Help Our Young People" is sure to create new alliances among parents, in an effort to make new strides in supporting our teenagers. It's a hot topic...don't miss it.
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