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Community Radio ...
The Strength of a Community comes from the Strength of it's People ...
Building Strong Communities One Person At A Time!
Join us each Thursday Night at 8:00 pm Eastern Time
Your host ... Katrina Blankenship
World Reknown Talk Show Host talks to neighbours from all walks of life ... to share their life, their joys, their trials, their triumphs so that we may learn and grow together ... to build a STRONG Community no matter where we live!
Tonight's Guest ...
Mr. Bob Jameson, Director Center for Wellness, Richmond, VA.
Bob has over over 20 years of experience in the fitness industry. He attended the University Of Maine on a full football scholarship with a major in Kinesiology (human kinetics). After four years at the University he participated in several NFL tryouts and Pro days. He played one season of pro football in Berlin Germany and has several personal training certifications in: Crossfit kettlebell, IFPA, AFPA, Octane circuit, Functional Movement Screening, Recovery Training, and Special Population Training. He has trained Pro athletes, stroke patients, cancer patients, amputees, weight loss, golfers, kids, stay at homes moms, pre and post natal and bodybuilders. His goal is to educate as many people as possible in order to improve their physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. His strategy is creating improvement opportunities to be “well” through one-on-one sessions, group sessions, team sessions, and seminars
Listen at 8:00 pm tonight!
Email ... email@example.com any time!
Call 804.513.4756 if you'd like to talk with her personally anytime!
Tell all your friends and neighbours!
in Video Games
Join CyberKnight and the Geezer Gamers as we talk about all things gaming. From the Xbox, PlayStation, and Wii U, to the Ouya and the Steam Box, we cover it all. Put the kids to bed and be a part of the show!
Special thanks to Palette-Swap Ninja for letting us use their music! Check them out at http://paletteswapninja.com/
“We have been so disenfranchised for so long by supporting every other culture or nationality, other businesses, because we haven’t had any. When we do, when people of African-American descent do take off and start a business, it’s kind of difficult for it to be successful or for it to thrive because the community doesn’t invest into it.” --Jamiel Robinson, CEO of Grand Rapids African American Black Businesses
Ladies and gentlemem on this episode of In Life Now we are going to "go hard in the paint" and talk about some serious issues, challenges, and roadblocks currently facing the black community on a local level as well as national level within the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan with our guest Mr. Jamiel Robinson, Community Activist and CEO of GRABB along with our cohost Community Activist and Executive Director of Bates Place Rev. Bryan R. Blakely.
We encourage you to call us while we are LIVE on the air because we want to hear your thoughts, comments, concerns, and what you believe are tangible solutions "we" all can take away and use from listening and being a part of this broadcast wherever you are around the world!
Dan Notti knows a lot more about Christian Community than anyone I know. Listen in as Dan and I discuss his ongoing blog and workshop called "Authentic Community" to learn more about what Christians can do to encourage true Christian community, and what we can stop doing to discourage community, in our church family.
"Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success." ~ Henry Ford
The power of community is all around you. It's in the cheers of the crowd at the Little League game. It's in the sweat and laughter of the family working together at the yard sale. It's in the shopping advice given from one stranger to another in the produce aisle at the supermarket. When we come together, it changes us all for the better.
What about you? Do you have some way, big or small, that you could improve your neighborhood, your place of worship, your local school, your place of work?
Tune in today as we chat with Brian Watson, co-pastor of Gateway Community Church, Houston, TX. They are 12 years strong in giving and serving in their local community through their upcoming annual outreach called Project Press (People Reaching Excellence Striving & Succeeding). Hear their story and be inspired to start doing more for your community today!
Call 646-716-6910 or log in to our Javammunity chat room and participate LIVE during the broadcast.
The amazing Jon Koob is our first ever guest for this broadcast of The Trained Monkey Show.
Jon joins Emma and Dom, as Maya is MIA on an airport run, talking Robin Williams, Community and more.
Great insights into how psychology plays into community management, engagement, interaction and trolls.
Enjoy Emma's commitment as she broadcasts from the floor of a hotel lobby whilst on a family vacation. She gets a Webby for dedication!
State of the Industry: Facebook's TOS changes including advanced notice if there will be in-app purchases and banning like-gating for contests
Data collection in apps. What it's used for, what should be expected, what's unethical
How we use data as SM marketers
#AskJon: Psychology for Community Managers
Professional Prizefighter From Lorain, Ohio Jr. Middleweight 11-0 Wilkins "Hispanic Hurricane" Santiago a full time professional prizefighter currently pursuing his dream to become a world champion
and bring Ohio and all the rest of his fans all over the world a championship
most critics say after he was incarcerated for 5 years that its impossible.
Funny thing they said the same about Dwight Quawi, Eddie Mustafah Muhamed,
Mike Tyson and a guy by the name of Bernard Hopkins.
This radio show will be about the amazing hard rock bass guitarist/lead vocalist of Kiss as I discuss things that you never knew before like what his mother survived, what band influenced Gene Simmons to want to be in a rock and roll band, and what his childhood was like. If you would like to know all of this information, then listen to my Gene Simmons radio show!
Join Dr. Cherilyn Lee, co-host Karlynn Cammon and special guests Tony Nicholas and Dana Wilke as they discuss The Sam Simon Foundation and the movement of provding nutritious vegan food to families exeperiencing economic hardship.
Over 1.7 million people living in Los Angeles County lack consistent access to healthy food. Of those, 400,000 are children. One-third of families who receive nutrition assistance have at least one person in the family working. The Sam Simon Foundation-Feeding Families was created in 2011 to help end hunger. They are a proud partner of a network of pantries, neighborhood centers, food banks, faith-based groups and others who are committed to ending food insecurity in our community. The Sam Simon Foundation distributes nutritious vegan groceries, at no cost, to individuals and families who are struggling to make ends meet.
On this episode of Discover Janesville with Yuri Rashkin:
Community announcements: ArtsFest, Janesville Irish Fest, United Arts Alliance membership drive, Tom Hathaway and Friends First Annual Fundraiser to Help Janesville Homeless and more.
Dave Dyer called the program to talk about being a working comedian in the twenty first century, America, and about doing comedy poking fun at his family members.
Richard Snyder stopped in to talk about his upcoming presentation at Janesville City Council, where he and his group are hoping to gain council's approval in renovating the old gas station next to Janesville Police Department building, turning it into a stained glass shop. There, Richard would be making glass windows for the Oak Hill Chapel, for which community members have just raised $40,000 and City of Janesville contributed another $60,000 bringing the total to $100,000.
Be in the know. Discover Janesville.
Time 11:00 am
Call In 657-383-1934
First and Foremost we want to thank each and every one of you for listening in and supporting the Leaders of Change Southeast Radio Show and the Southeast Memorial Page. Because of your experiences and because you have shared information to those who are in gangs they are no longer silent. Those who are in gangs, thinking about joining gangs have been listening in and have been giving a lot of feebdack. Now not all of the feedback has been positive we are always going to keep it real with you but conversation is taking place and some are beggining to take a look at themselves and where they are in thier lives. Special Shout Out to Dayrel Mohammed, P-Do, Greg Crews, Oliva Dixon. Mario Lewis, Conrad Harris, SDCOE, Travis Stocking, Monica Kelly, Mrs. Dunn, Mark Payne, Charles Dudley, Stephen Wilson, Street General and all of you
During the conversation a lot of questions have been asked from them and its an opportunity for us to continue this dialogue. We need you now more than ever. Please tell a friend, call in, tell someone who may have lost a loved one to this behavior. We do not want this to be a missed opportunity. Below I have identified the questions being asked by gang invloved. Thursday 21st at 11:00 am Call In Number 657-383-1934
Questions and Reasons from gang Involved
1. To many of my homies RIP who is going to represent for them if I dont
2. I'm to involved so it's to late to stop now
3. Don't nobody care about us so we have to care about ourselves
4. How the f---k we suppose to take care of ourselves
5. The police is a gang why aren't people talking about that