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You either love strip clubs or you hate them! There's really no in between. Today we're going to chit chat about how effective or harmful strip clubs can be on committed relationships. What do you think?
Ladies would you want your man hard from enjoying another woman?
Gentlemen, would you want your wife's box all wet and slippery from enjoying another guy's body move?
WE GOTTA TALK ABOUT THIS!!
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Saving with Co-ops and buying clubs
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Last week we talked about pinching pennies and ways to save with projects aimed at reducing the costs of some of the things we need. Another way to save money and make those pennies last is to buy in bulk. If in the long run you can reduce the expenses of your household wouldn’t this be something you would choose to do?
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Monica De from the Dallas/Fort Worth Live domino club and Dedrick Jordan and Brandon Swanson from the Arizona Dominoes Live club will be our special guest. Listen to find out how their clubs got started and what they have plans for in the future.
On today's show AutoRama Jen interviews car club member Tom Bader. When it comes to sharing a passion for autormobiles there is no better place to find kindred spirits than a car club. Tom reveals how he found his passion for Mustangs developed through the years. As a member of the San Antonio Mustang Club and the San Antonio Shelby Club , Tom shares the charitable component that car clubs can have to make an impact on their community. The San Antonio Mustang Club holds a fundraiser car show each year with proceeds for the benefit of Dare to Love which is a non-profit group with a mission to enrich the lives of abused and neglected children in San Antonio. Tom also talks about how car clubs can benefit from attending this year's San Antonio AutoRama.
With Kruse Events heading up the AutoRama and World of Wheels folks who have attended in the past will be in for a treat. The AutoRama is even more family friendly with a play area for the kids. To find out more about the San Antonio AutoRama and the World of Wheels simply go to saautorama.com
We'll see you at the show!
Julie Teer is a highly-respected nonprofit leader with more than 20 years of diversified experience and expertise in high-level fundraising and communications, including the national political arena, national nonprofit sector and resource development consulting. As part of the executive management team, Teer serves as Chief Development & Public Affairs Officer for Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), overseeing a team of more than 100 BGCA professionals responsible for the national organization’s corporate, foundation and individual fundraising and government relations as well as providing resource development services to local Clubs. In addition, Teer leads the strategic development of BGCA’s advocacy and public policy platforms, and assists in leading BGCA’s thought leadership strategy, board engagement and board recruitment.
Teer joined BGCA in 2012 as the organization launched its six-year strategic initiative, Great Futures: the Campaign for America’s Kids. This unprecedented impact, awareness and fundraising Campaign is fueling an increased level of service to kids and teens who need it most, with Teer’s team sustaining the impact by raising $383 million toward the Campaign’s $450 million goal as of August 2015 – 85% of the goal in just 55% of the time.
Prior to joining BGCA, Teer served as Vice President, Development for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, where she built and led a highly successful development program and contributed to strategic revenue decisions as a key member of the leadership team. Teer established the major gift program at Komen, building major giving and foundation programs that generated more than $20 million in new revenue over a three-year period.
in Self Help
SHOW TOPIC: WHAT ARE YOU FOCUSED ON? Let’s take a spring break & assess where you’re putting your time & attention. Do your days make a difference? What are you waiting for?
HOST BIO - LINDA STEPHENS-JONES. An ICF-certified Life Coach, Linda assists individuals & small groups across the U.S. & globally. Her specialty is helping women to overcome fears & navigate through major challenges such as grief, divorce, careers, self-doubt, or lack of direction. Step by step, she helps clients discover their strengths & values, then create a plan to begin living with clarity, confidence & fulfillment!
GUEST BIO - TONY SMALL: Selected as one of the White House Millennium Committee’s top Artists, serving as composer & librettist for the Smithsonian’s 1st commissioned Operetta for the Sultanate of Oman, Tony Small has won national music, playwright & lyricist awards in Jazz, Classical, Musical Theatre & Gospel genres. For over 30 years, he has created & managed multidisciplinary, cultural & “Edutainment” programs in 4 major cities. Tony has also served as a resident artist in South Africa. As a piano prodigy at 4 years of age, he began playing for the church choir at the tender age of 6, becoming paid music director for adult & youth choirs at age 11! Tony’s original works include 4 musicals & 100s of compositions, that have been featured at the nation’s most celebrated cultural institutions e.g, Kennedy Center, Smithsonian & National Children's Museum. Currently, Tony serves as the 1st Regional Artistic & S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math) Director for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, impacting 12,000 youth per year. He also has 30 year of expertise as Music Minister for churches with 5,000+ members
Lionel's story began in Boulder, Colorado - many of his Baltimore buddies don't know that. His family moved to his adopted city when he was two. And B'more is where he fell in love with Jazz. R & B, too. In middle school, he was in love with Charlie Parker and Motown. In high school, so strong was his passion that he honed his musicality on clarinet, flute, piano and trombone - as well as saxophone.
His talent grew so rapidly that he won a special award - The Semper Fi Outstanding Musician Award that is given by the U.S. Marines. THAT was Lionel's graduation gift :) And that gift kept on giving at Morgan State - where he majored in Music Education. While there, he was in several ensembles - and played at the local clubs as much as his dedication to studies would allow. The Lionel Lyles Quintet was forming - so was the BUZZ.
In 2006, Lionel and his band had the opportunity to record "The September Sessions" - and yours truly was more than happy to play tracks from that album at a previous radio station. Audience reception was satisfying and there were numerous scenarios that developed because of the attention garnered from the project. Lionel had a chance to tour Europe, for example, via an invitation offered by Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. But he was anxious to complete more education. We stayed in touch while he attended North Carolina's Central University. There, he was mentored by unbelievable artists and teachers - including Branford Marsalis and Joey Calderazzo.
With a Graduate degree and a wealth of teaching skills at his disposal, Lionel forged ahead and into the outer perimeters of his comfort zone. He is now considered a treasure in D.C. - with another album recorded. And more awards on the horizon. Count on that :) See you in the Chat Room on 5/5!