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"Helping to provide clean water for children in Nigeria"
Luke Pyytic, Temecula Valley New Generations Rotary President-Elect International
The most recent project that I have been working on is a water well and storage tank at a primary school in Onitsha, Nigeria. The school currently hosts over 500 children on a daily basis. Before now the only source of water was from a unreliable water truck delivering unfiltered water from the River Niger. My Rotary Club and I performed fundraisers, as well as campaigning through other Clubs in our district to raise over $10,000 to perform the project. This well will not only provide clean water to the children, but to the surrounding community.
Luke Pytlik is a member of the Temecula Valley New Generations Rotary Club. He currently serves as the President Elect as well as the International Director. He is a Paul Harris Fellow, and is to be the President of his club in the 2015-2016 Rotary year.
Today is World Toilet Day! While it may sound strange, over 2.5 billion people world wide lack the proper sanitation and clean water necessary to stay healthy. These numbers affect women and children the most, and go well beyond the boarders of developing countries; this is a problem right here in the USA as well. Lack of proper sanitation can lead to deadly cases of diarrhea and unclean water can lead to a multitude of health issues. Today we are going to talk about the problem, the risks that women face, and what we each can do to help fix it.
Plus the latest in world/women in the news and the War On Women.
People who love Florida's beaches and springs are sounding the alarm because the state's water resources need much more TLC than they are getting. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Ruth and John Scott of the Clean Water Initiative of FLorida (CWIFL) to the show on Tuesday, May 27 at 11 a.m. ET to talk about protecting and restoring the state's waterways.
CWIFL is a water advocacy group created to help educate the public, raise awareness and effect critical policy related to Florida's waters. We will discuss topics at the forefront of CWIFL's current advocacy efforts including Lake Okeechobee, springs in distress, and oil drilling and acid fracking in and around Florida's Everglades, Panther Refuge and Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary.
In addition to getting up-to-date information on these concerns, listeners who tune in to the show will learn how to get involved at a grass-roots level to help bring about meaningful change. For more information go to CWIFL on Facebook or twitter.
Today's show is a round-table discussion among board of directors. Mrs. Liysa Swart from U.S. Oregon State is Domestic Violence Education and Advocacy" at Voices Set Free. Case manager at Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crises Center. She is an advocate and educator for DV issues. Mr. Michael Simire from Nigeria, Lagos State is the Editor-in-Chief of EnviroNews Nigeria (http://www.environewsnigeria.com), which is based in Lagos. EnviroNews Nigeria is an online medium that addresses issues related to environment and development. We also invited Human resouce manager, Mr. Ntriko Bassey to tell us about water conditions in Ini Local Government Area.
Hideko Nagashima...Host of the Show:
Global Eco Talk Show is brought by SWACIN Inc. Our radio shows are designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solving the problems.
Join as CEO Leon Mclaughin shares is passion for taking celan water to children around the world. Starting from a Shoe shine stand in Seattle to Bulivia,Ghana,Peru and now to Equador. teaming up with Starbucks,Lever Bros and world Vision to make a difference.
Well, here we go it's September now and about 30 games remaining in the MLB season, and I think Frat House Mike and “Frat Boys” Nick & Sean will be probably determine that it’s no longer necessary to talk about the Washington Nationals or Baltimore Orioles.
But, they will be talking about the St. Louis Cardinals, Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs, and the NL Central. Is it the best division . . . EVER??? Yep, some are saying so and apparently there’s historical evidence to back it up.
After a slow start, there have suddenly been six no-hitters this season, three in the month of August alone and one from a pitcher some thought might be better in the minor leagues.
“Shoeless Joe” Jackson has been waiting nearly 100 years to get into the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum . . . and, it appears that he’ll be waiting a lot longer as Commissioner Rob Manfred denied his reinstatement. What does this mean for Pete Rose’s chance? Joining us to discuss, will be Frat House Sports friend and Founder / Editor-in-Chief of Baseball Magazine baseballmagazine.net, Billy Brost.
This year’s games have gotten shorter; perhaps Curt Schilling’s media career as well; the Kansas City Royals are dealing with a childhood disease; and a crazy Chicago White Sox fan desecrates Wrigley Field!
There’s only a few weeks remaining, so you do not want to miss a single one of the last few Frat House Sports’ Clean-Up Hitters programs for this season . . . and, be sure to call-in to: 347 – 826 – 9964!
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Join me in a 90 day experience of self-love, self-care, pampering, clean eating and moveming your body. In a nutshell, a 90 day STEWARDSHIP OF THE BODY experience.
A few years ago, I buried my grandmother. As I kissed her cold, lifeless body laying in the casket, I became painfully aware that the body is not who we really are. The essence of my grandmother was not in that body laying there. She was gone, even though her body was right there that I could touch.
This body is not the real you, but how we care for it is how we experience this side of eternity, this side of reality. It is through this body that we interact with others, and even though my grandmother's body was still around, she was absent. So, caring for this body is important because without it, we cannot interact with others. As much as I would like it, that body laying in that casket could not jump up and give me a hug - because it was only a housing, and the housing had collapsed.
That Aha extended to my own realization that the body I walk around in is not the real me either. The fat me, the slimmer me, the sad me, the happy me - all expressed through my body - was just that; EXPRESSED THROUGH MY BODY! The physical expression that people could see was simply displayed through my body, the real me is what DETERMINED what my body showed the world.
So the fat me that people saw, was simply the physical expression of a decision to eat more and move less. The slimmer version of me that people saw was simply the physical expression of my decision to eat less (or better), and move more.
How would 90 days of focused attention, of good stewardship of this body, impact our energy, excitement, and testimony? Join me and find out.
1.If in a committed relationship, is it OK to have best friends of the opposite sex?
2.Once you cross the frindship line sexually, is it possible to go back as friends?
3. Adult topic: Clean up woman & Mr.Fix-it: How do you keep them away?
Let's talk about it! As always, buckle up this will be crazy fun, and we ALWAYS run out of time
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Kulturezine Radio Network Presents: Inside the Game Hosted by Shakiji Abdul & Master Green, Thursday September 3, 2015 8 pm PST/ 11 pm CST with special guest Billy Johnson Jr. Senior Editor Yahoo Music and Ed Waterford of E-Water Show and The Waterford Collection, We will be talking music, and much more. Call in number (646) 668-8287 follow us on Facebook and twitter @Insidethegame, submissions to The Insidethegameradioshow@gmail.com visit us at