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Today we will be doing a review of the Autism and Scouting Program and will share the progress that we are making in 2013 to promote Autism Acceptance, Enrichment, Inspiration and Empowerment within the scouting world.
As April comes to a close and Autism Acceptance Month ends, we must never forget that Autism Acceptance is an ongoing goal. Each month we have seen an increase in the spreading of autism acceptance and awareness within the scouting world and we look to keep the momentum going.
We will look at many different aspects of the Autism and Scouting program including the Autism and Scouting Leadership Training Kits and where we are in the process of their development. We'll highlight some of our recent outreach and give you an opportunity to call in with questions about our program and learn how you can get involved as a volunteer.
Join our host and Autism and Scouting Program Director, John Krejcha and Autism Empowerment's Executive Director, Karen Krejcha for an inspiring and informative show.
Sharon daVanport and Tricia Kenney hosted a special show dedicated to Autism Acceptance Month. Guests included neurodiversity autistic advocate Lydia Borwn, an ASAN member who shared with us all about her progressive involvement in projects for autistic people, and her popular blog, Autistic Hoya. Julie Clark, author of Asperger's in Pink: Pearls of Wisdom From Inside The Bubble of Raising A Child with Aspergers, was on the show, and she spoke about her book, her art and blog. Also joining us was Kathleen B. Tehrani, a former educator, current writer, and CEO and Co-founder of the new Autism Brainstorm and Sensory Star. Finally, we wrapped things up with Marc Rosen, a writer, activist, self-advocate and co-editor of Perspectives Anthology, a book of poems for autism. Marc was joined by co-editor, James P. Wagner, who shared with us Marc's lates book, Monster of Fifty-Nine Moons.
Join us for our montly customizer interview where we talk with some of the most creative people in the pony comunity and about the pieces of art they create out of some of our pony pals. This month we are talking to....Well tune in to find out who we talked with.
Also join us for our random comments as well.
Please note that we maybe late in starting our topic due to issues beyond our control. If co-hosts are not yet at their computers or we get distracted please bare with us. We are not always perfect. PONY HUGS.
Also if we continue to be off topic we will change the topic of the show to reflect that. Also we don't take random callers due to the issues we have had with random people in the chat rooms. We keep this a family friendly show and want to keep it that way.
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Today on Community Voices with Carly Alyssa Thorne we talk with Molly Maid Naperville - Aurora and Mutual Ground about Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
For more information on Mutual Ground http://www.mutualground.org/
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"I have rolled out a jobs plan that emphasizes small businesses as the backbone of the economy in our state and emphasizes agriculture, which is hampered at every part of the process by corporate ag. I will work with both sides of the aisle to come up with solutions that work for all sectors of the economy, not just the biggest corporations and the wealthiest individuals. “I think after tonight everyone can see that there is a crystal clear choice for Montanans on Nov. 4 between Congressman Daines, the most extreme congressman Montana has ever had, or myself, a woman who is truly one of us, who understands our struggles working month to month without ever getting ahead because D.C. policies tilt the playing field against us at every turn. Amanda Curtis
Daines said he has a background different than those of nearly every member of Congress. He talked about watching his parents start a construction company in Bozeman, graduating in engineering from Montana State University and putting his problem-solving skills to use in the private industry before he was elected to the House in 2012.“I will stand with the people of Montana, not with Obamacare,” Daines said. He called for fixing the U.S. health care system in other ways such as through tort reform to limit medical malpractice lawsuit and urging people to start health savings accounts Billing Gazette
Our show this Sunday evening will prove to be an eye-opening and enlightening one, as we take on one of the biggest problems facing our country today - Illegal Immigration and the aiding and abetting of that illegal immigration by our current administration. The government is not only assisting these illegal's to enter the USA, they are also providing social security cards and the means to obtain benefits. We will have two guests on Sunday evenings show that have personally eye witnessed and documented (on video) bus loads of illegal aliens being transported into the USA to local governmental offices with the help and assistance of our government. Join us this Sunday evening, October 19th, from 7-9pmCST when we take on this most critical of issues.
MLM After Hours Monday Night 10:00PM Eastern Time
Policies and Procedures, Rules, Regulations, Compliance...
The MLM Industry has always been confusing and controversial in these areas and then some. On the odd Mondays (1st, 3rd, 5th) of every month, at 10:00PM Eastern, we will host an Internet Radio show on Building Fortunes Radio to discuss common and current topics. We will rebroadcast shows on the even Monday nights (2nd and 4th) same time.
This is sponsored by The MLMIA. http://www.mlmia.com
Join in by calling in to 347-237-4097 at 10:00PM Eastern or by clicking on this link as the show starts.
People that are familiar with controversial subjects will be on the show: Keith Laggos, Len Clements, Doris Wood, Rey Pasinli, Mel Atwood, Peter Mingils, Michael Linden, Carol Leclerc and others.
Join us Live! On the phone or on the computer.
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Building Fortunes Radio....
Learn how everyday people do extra ordinary things to build a fortune.
There are many aspects of this industry that change and evolve and need to be understood and explained. If you want to increase your knowledge, Building Fortunes Radio can help.
This special segment on MLM After Hours is worth scheduling in.
Sturgis Nikides plays the blues but does it with a flavor of rock and roll, from its origins in delta blues to its far dark alternative edge. Together with the vocals of his partner in life and crime, Mandy Lemons, their music has found its home. Together they are Low Society and I will sit and chat with them about their journey as we listen to You Can't Keep A Good Woman Down, which dropped last week.
The band Hurricane Ruth consists of Hurricane Ruth LeMaster on vocals, Dave Lumsden on guitar, Gary Davis on bass and Jim Engle on drums. They originate from central/southern Illinois, packing venues throughout the region. Critics and fans hail their shows as powerful, raw, emotional and dynamic. Their new album, Born On The River, consists of 11 originals that prove their reputation as tthe Ultimate Blues Rock Experience. We'll talk about their road to this point and how they found each other in the world of music.
Then I am thrilled to have TWO COUCH KID NEW MUSIC SEGMENTS on the show.
First, Ms Rory Block returns with her latest gem, Hard Luck Child - A Tribute To Skip James, a full week before it releases! Rory and I will talk about what she has been doing since her last visit on June 17th of last year and explore her new album, the fifith in her Mentor Series.
Then Grady Champion returns to The Couch to talk about his new album, Bootleg Whiskey which dropped last month. Grady originally took a Seat On The Couch way back in January of 2012, and I am excited to have him return with the new album. We'll explore what he has been up to and reask a question we asked in his first interview, "If you had not won the IBC, would your career be the same?" to see if his answer is the same.
"Musicians You Should Know"
In observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Mr. Yancey will kick off the show with a breast cancer awareness fact and a domestic violence statistic. Then tune in to hear Mr. Yancey's interview with Bill "Silver B" Richards on the importamce of getting tested for HIV. Do you know who the candidates are that are running in the midterm elections Nov. 4? Mr. Yancey, Tracie P and Ms. Freddie will be joined live in the studio by Danielle Shepherd, candidate for Ohio House Representative of District 10. They will talk about Ms. Shepherd's campaign platform is and what she feels can be done to change the current conditions of education, the economy, public safety and more. You can call in with your questions and comments at (914)338-0665. You can also watch them live in the studio on UStream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/who-has-the-power-radio-network .
Join me and my special guest Clinton Patton Sr. On Monday, October 20, 2014 at 8:00 PM CST
For the month of October I have been discussing Domestic Abuse, on this call we will hear from a brother whose sister was abused. Tune in and get more information on how we can help or what we should be doing after the awareness.
We look forward to having you join us. The call in number is 718-508-9987.
God Bless You Much Love Pastor Peters
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