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In this brief discussion, CanTeen participants talk about LGBTQ relationships as a supplement to our Pride Show. Teens discuss the word "queer," coming out, and the dangers of using phrases like, "That's so gay," to describe something uncool.
For more information on the CanTeen, visit their website.
You can listen to Teen Talk's entire Pride Month episode here.
In celebration of LGBT Pride Month, teen hosts Grace, Morh'ese, and Sarah discuss LGBTQ issues and culture.
Pride Month is celebrated each June in honor of the 1969 Stonewall Riots. The purpose of the month is to recognize the impact that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals have had on history locally, nationally, and internationally. For more information on Pride Month, visit the Library of Congress website.
For more information on the Q Center, visit their webpage or call 315-701-2431. The Q Center is a safe place for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth, their families and allies to gather. The goal of the Q center is to create a safe space and a safer community for all.
Listen to our supplemental discussion at the CanTeen here.
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Meet adventurer extraordinaire Glenn Wilsey who has wrestled alligators and now swims peacefully with the manatees in Florida. If you ever dreamed of swimming with the manatees this is the show to listen to. Glenn's a respected and entertaining presence in manatee adventures and tourism. Listen to what Glenn has to say about how you can have an unforgettable manatee experience.
Meet Paul Sinor - a successful and prolific film script writer (novelist and non-fiction author). Paul gives great advice on how to write and sell your script in Hollywood. Check out his book on Amazon - BS A Script Sale When You Don't Live in Hollywood. Paul knows what he is talking about. His advice is stellar and proven to work. Listen in!
Jeff Reynolds is one of the world's top climbers having summited six of the seven summits. He will discuss climbing and trekking to Mt. Everest and his work with S2 Mountaineering. If you ever dreamed of climbing or trekking to Mt. Everest - this is the show to listen to!
I just got back from Jamaica on Vacation, yes I had FUN..visited my Son and future daughter in-law, saw a few friends and some family I had not seen for a very long time. This was a blessing.
While I was there I visited my old School,somethings have changed,there is now Computers,Electricity, Gas Stove and Refrigerator, they have now converted the old horse shed into a preschool for the little ones.The School building is the same size,the Canteen is the same size.
Miss Richards the acting Principal whom I have known as a girl from birth has been teaching there for over thirty years.
Gwen as I always call her told me of a problem the students are faced with,they are coming to school hungry in the Mornings, yes they are getting lunch, however you and I know how important the first meal of the day is in the life of each of us.
I have never asked you my followers and supporters for anything before this is the TIME I need your help in raising the funds to set up the Breakfast Program for these children at the Carmel Primary School, in Westmoreland Jamaica West Indies. There will be a website created for this purpose and all the proper documentations will be in place soon, however I am reaching out ahead of time to get your commitment in advance. Every little bit will help me get this program going.
Please let me know how you can support me with this project? Looking forward to having you on location to serve the first Meal to the Students in a few Months.
Please send me a private message so we can discuss more.
I AM DEPENDING ON YOUR SUPPORT TO FEED THESE CHILDREN.
Please do not let me down.
Thanks to each of you.
We're about to have a blast here at The Vintage Lifestyle Hour, chatting with the amazing Moonlight Serenaders!
The Moonlight Serenade Orchestra has been performing great big band music since 2001! Come on out and join us for a nostalgic trip back to WW II and enjoy a re-creation of an authentic USO Canteen Show and Dance. If you’re a WWII veteran, perhaps you’ll look back to these USO dances fondly as some of the better memories of your war experience. Or, if you’ve seen great war movies like Pearl Harbor, Memphis Belle, 1941 or The Glenn Miller Story, you saw how the USO would provide entertainment for the troops and fliers by sponsoring dances featuring the leading dance bands and singers of the time. In order to accommodate the large crowds and provide shelter, the dances were often held inside the same hangars where aircraft were maintained, local auditoriums, hotel ballrooms or nightclubs.
Alberoni got her start as a Mouseketeer on the weekday ABC television program The Mickey Mouse Club. As an adult, she became a voice artist for Hanna-Barbera Productions. Besides providing voices for numerous incidental characters in series such as Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! and Jeannie, Alberoni is best known as the voice of both nasty rich-girl Alexandra Cabot from Josie and the cats and "superhero-in-training" Wendy from the first season of Super Friends. In 1971, she starred alongside Patty Andrews in the Sherman Brothers stage musical, Victory Canteen. Join us as we chat with Sherry about her long career and what it's like to be a child Actor/Star, in Hollywood. Please welcome, Sherry Van Meter-Alberoni !
Maria is a small town girl who escaped to civilization.
She went to college in Buffalo NY and graduated with 3 majors in Business and a minor in Economics.
She met her husband in Buffalo and they have been married for 19 years and have a 15 year old son.
Maria has attended the FBI and Fairfax County Citizens Police Academies. She acts as a role player for the academy and officers in training scenarios, works the canteen and belongs to the board of the Fairfax County Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association. This week Maria taught a well-received class to the police department on the way clutter impacts the officer in the field.
She has worked in restaurants, retail and offices as well as running her own businesses. She is still a Sr Designer for Closet Factory in addition to running Conquer the Clutter - her professional organization business.
Maria’s approach with her clients is very holistic. She works with the client to help them figure out the physical, mental, emotional and psychological causes of the clutter and how to deal with them. She teaches her clients how to make the decisions on what to keep, sell or donate so that they will be able to do this for themselves in the future without needing her help. She is available to her clients by phone and email in case they have questions or just need new ideas or suggestions