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Welcome to The Barton Report, a podcast brought to you by the American Red Cross.
This month we're covering lots of topics to get you ready for this summer. Tune in to hear:
A fun Clara Barton fact
Grill safety tips for your Memorial Day weekend
What our “100 days of summer. 100 days of hope.” campaign is all about (hint: it includes an opportunity for you to help save lives!)
A volunteer's story from his deployment to Moore, Oklahoma following the deadly tornadoes in 2013
Swim safety tips as pools across the country open and families head to the beach
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Until next time! - Beth and Sarah
Special thanks to Audionautix for providing music clips.
The American Red Cross had its hands full with Hurricane Sandy. Some say the NGO is spread too thin. Is funding adequate to meet the constant needs of disaster response? Join us this week as we take a look at how the American Red Cross is evolving with the times.
Our guest this morning is Joselito Garcia-Ruiz, Regional Disaster Program Officer for the American Red Cross Los Angeles Region.
Joselito is responsible for overseeing the planning and implementation of disaster preparedness, response and recovery activities for the 272 communities served by the Red Cross Los Angeles Region.
Prior to joining the L.A. Region in May 2014, Joselito served as the RDPO for the Red Cross Raleigh/Durham Region in North Carolina and on the American Red Cross Disaster National Advisory Council.
With more than 20 years of professional Red Cross national and international disaster management experience, Joselito has worked in various Red Cross disaster service capacities in Texas, Puerto Rico and Massachusetts. Internationally, he has worked in El Salvador and Zimbabwe.
Joselito was born in New York and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He received his Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. He obtained an Associate’s Degree in Emergency Medical Technology from the University of Puerto Rico Medical Science Campus and a Bachelor’s in Health Service Administration.
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in Self Help
Sarah Centrella is the author of the book Hustle Believe Receive. An 8 Step Plan to Changing Your Life and Living Your Dream. She is the creator of the #HBR Method coaching system and trains coaches from around the world in her #HBR University. She has coached professional athletes and their families (including NBA and NFL players) since 2011.
Sarah's story has been featured on The Steve Harvey Show, in the New York Times, on CBS’s The Talk, in an American Red Cross national PSA, and on CBS Radio and NBC. She is also a motivational speaker and writer behind the internationally popular life journey blog “Thoughts.Stories.Life.” Prior to starting her coaching and empowerment company Centrella Media Inc., Sarah was a corporate executive, working in both the technology and legal industry as a Director of Business Development.
Sarah joins us today to discuss how her journey of reinvention helped her to rise up from an immensely difficult time in her life to create the life of her dreams. Visit www.sarahcentrella.com and www.thoughtsstorieslife.com.
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Join hosts Tonya and Ian Fitzpatrick for a lively discussion with Renita Hosler from the American Red Cross. Renita will share her experiences as a disaster relief volunteer coordinator and what it takes to volunteer for both domestic and international disaster relief service.
Colin Downey, Director of Communications for the American Red Cross in the Northwest Region (Seattle, WA), will be our next guest. As a national Red Cross spokesperson, Colin has worked many of the nation’s largest natural disasters. During the past eight years, he has conducted interviews with national and international media to tell the Red Cross story. When not responding to disasters, his team uses many forms of traditional and new media to educate the public on the risks of natural disasters in the Northwest and the importance of emergency preparedness. Known for its leadership in disaster relief and keeping our blood supplies fluent and safe, it is also known for a number of other important services including supporting our military families. Another huge service they provide is that of emergency preparedness for individuals, families, schools, businesses, and the community.
Office's for the northwest region are based in Seattle.
Today, host Barbara Ehrentreu of Red River Radio Tales from the Pages finally welcomes Erica Collins to this special show at a different time for my November show. Erica Collins is the author of Eric and Ruby's Healthy Juice Stand, which is a book written in English, Spanish and French and delves into the issues of eating healthy for children so they can stave off disease and live a better life. It is all about teamwork and includes games and recipes. Erica will be talking about how winning a contest inspired her to write this book and how it has changed her life. For the first part of the program, I will be taking callers to discuss anyone's books. This is going to be a one time offer, since most of my shows begin at 4pm with the author. Today, the author can join us only at 5. So please come and listen and call into the show to talk about your book.
Familiar Killers Eager to Start World War 3
November 28, 2015 John Kaminski
Americans remain hypnotized
by fraudulent TV ‘authorities’
Human society must be liberated
from Jewish control — or perish!
Disabuse yourself of the notion that America is not controlled by Jews. It has been been — completely and ruthlessly — for the past century or more.
You were bred to be a slave in a tightly controlled society. Your chains are invisible. Your schools teach you to be content with your lot in life while they train you to follow orders. Your history has been changed, gradually. Your grandfather knew more than your father and less than his. You are poisoned at birth by Mercury contaminated vaccines. A time bomb, if you will. The poisoning continues throughout your teenage years and adulthood Clayton R. Douglas firstname.lastname@example.org www.freeamerican.com www.shop.freeamerican.com
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes back Canadian Folk Rock Jazz Country Cross Over Singer/Songwriter Ed Roman to the show!
Ed Roman is an Award-winning singer/songwriter, performer and multi-instrumentalist from Shelburne, Ontario, Canada. Blurring the lines between pop, rock, folk, and country music genres, Ed’s uniquely crafted songs have received regular rotation on more than 100 terrestrial radio stations across North America. Ed is a 2014 Artists Music Guild Award Nominee and a 2014 Artists In Music Award Nominee. He is also a 2014 International Music and Entertainment Association Award Winner, a two-time 2015 IMEA Award nominee, a Josie Show Awards nominee, an Akademia Awards Winner, and a two-time Indie Music Channel Award winner. Ed has performed at the Red Gorilla Music Fest during SXSW, The Millennium Music Conference, and SS Cape May, and he has toured New York City and Philly in July 2015. Recently, this Top 100 MTV.com artist traveled to Jamaica to deliver much-needed humanitarian aid to the island, while shooting the music video for “Jamaica.” Ed is also a Heart Songs for Veterans artist, donating money to help veterans.
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