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Topic: Operation Community Outreach..Our goal is to Empower The Youth. We will be discussing programs that are available that will provide a positive environment providing mentoring, workshops and guidance that will lead our youth into greatness.
Attorney Fred Kray and the PBLNR crew welcome Johanna Falber from Stubby's Heroes to discuss community outreach and what it takes for a group to effectively increase their visibility to help support pet owners. Regular show episodes include:
Recap of last week's show
Weekly news update
BSL updates with Kris Diaz from StopBSL
Chat with Denice Yeakey
Dog Trainer Yvette Van Veen From Awesome Dogs
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Our guest will be Dr. Carrie Frazier. She has been working on a boys and girls program, ages 8 to 15, entitled RUAH. It is sponsored by the First A.M.E. Community Church, located off of Willow Pass Road in Bay Point, right next to our own Pittsburg, CA. It is a 16 weeks, Life Skills Training Program which began October 10, 2014 running through January 23, 2015 with an aim of teaching our youngsters. She will take us through the mechanisms of the Culturally Specific Framework program designed to enlighten our young folk. I think you will be pleased to learn that first, such a program exist, right here in our community and secondly, learn how to implement such a program in your local area. It's about our youth folks, so join us to find out what you don't hear on the evening news?
Our second segment is dedicated to Youngsters with Soul. We are going to review a CD released by R&B singer Calvin Richardson. The CD is entitled ‘I am Calvin.’ On the CD notes, he writes, “Special Thanks to the late great legendary Bobby Womack, for all of the quiet lessons you’ve taught me about life as well as music through song. I’m forever your student with the heart of a teacher. You can Rest In Peace, knowing I will do my very best to keep the soul alive. That’s a fact of life…” That’s pretty much all you need to know about his style. Join for our guest and review of ‘I am Calvin.’
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Breathe Again Ministry was birthed to be a voice for the broken,hurt and forgotten. For individuals on the verge of giving up. To speak for the ones that are voiceless and feel like all hope is gone.
Today we'll talk about Breathe Again Ministry and it's community outreach project - " It Could Have Been Me"
Minister Yvette Tatum stops by to chat about her upcoming sexual abuse awareness event - I Didn't Know -
Michelle Faedo's On The Go is a family owned business that has captured the heart and stomachs of Tampa Bay. Their sandwiches, that include their award winning Cuban have become legendary. Just one taste of Michelle's Devil Crabs and you will be totally and completely under the spell of this remarkable family that not only serves Tampa Bay with excellent food, they are also a family that believes in giving back to the community to make life better for all. Robbie and Michelle Faedo's partnership and marriage is a great love story for all of us to cherish. More importantly their business, their family, their community activism and kindness and generoisity to all whom they interact with each and every day is is a model for all of us to emulate. The key word that describes their lives, their business, their world class food and their positive community outreach is LOVE. Join us for a conversation with Michelle and Robbie Faedo. The listener call-in number to provide input and ask questions of Robbie and Michelle is (347) 857-3350.
John R. Donnelly currently serves as Vice President for Instruction and Student Services at Piedmont Virginia Community College in Charlottesville, Virginia. He was appointed Vice President in February 2010. In that role he serves as the college’s Chief Academic and Student Affairs Officer, providing leadership and administrative oversight of academic and student development programs and services.
Prior to his current appointment he served as Provost/Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs at Massachusetts Bay Community College in Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts. He previously served as Dean of Instruction at the Locust Grove Campus of Germanna Community College in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Prior to becoming Dean, he was Interim Dean of Instruction and Assistant Dean of Instruction at the Locust Grove Campus. John started his career in higher education as an adjunct instructor of history at Germanna Community College and he served full-time there as an Associate Professor of History. He has also been a member of the adjunct faculty in the History Department at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia and a member of the adjunct faculty at Middlesex Community College in Bedford, Massachusetts. He has taught as an adjunct faculty member in the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia.
John has a Bachelor’s degree in French from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia and a Bachelor’s degree in history from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. He holds a Master’s degree in history focusing on pre-modern Europe from Virginia Commonwealth University. He holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Join us today for a conversation with Roderick Cunningham, Founder and Executive Director of The Beverly Cunningham Outreach Program, Inc. The Beverly Cunningham Outreach Program was founded in 2010 after Roderick's mother Beverly Cunningham was shot point blank in the head by her husband October 27, 2009. Domestic violence has had a strong hold on Roderick's family dating back to his grandmother being shot at by her husband. Roderick has turned his pain into positive action by helping other victims, survivors and our youth to once again embrace a normalcy of life through the Beverly Cunningham Outreach Program and its partners. The mission of BCOP is to provide individual and group counseling, advocacy and rehabilitation services to survivors of domestic violence. The foundation also seeks to be an outlet for community youth who are at risk of becoming victims of violence, substance abuse or who are impacted by health issues. This program has helped over 4,100 individuals through its domestic violence programs, economic empowerment, and community outreach.
Roderick will share with us concerning an upcoming production, presented by Robin Givens entitled, Joy In The Morning, in celebration of Women's History Month. This is a story of hope after heartbreak.. with heavenly help!
Roderick Cunningham has accomplished much in his life - yet he understands the importance of family. Spending quality time with his wife and daughter are a priority.
Join us for this conversation and be Empowered
CEO, Let's Go Innovate Ms. YOLANDA E. SHIELDS. Author, Speaker, Business Strategist, Consultant, Trainer and Coach. She is also Vice President of the Adassa Adumori Foundation (USA) which does community development work in the continent of Africa and other 3rd World Countries. She is a much sought after speaker and trainer in the area of diversity, staff coaching and development, business development, Education, and social entrepreneurship and has traveled extensively throughout the United States, France and Africa. She has earned a B.S. in Education and Social Work (APSU)
and M.S. ED and MBA 2015. She has been appointed by Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam to the Labor and Workforce Development Board for the State of Tennessee and Chairs the Continuous Improvement committee. She has assisted over 20 corporations in the areas of fund development. staff development, strategic planning, teacher coaching/training, curriculum development, business operations and celebrity charity management. She has worked with such celebrities as CeCe Winans, Darrell Green, Art Monk, Tony Boselli, and many others. Yolanda first book released in September 2013 which
will include 10 city tour in 2014 across the United States, France and continent of Africa where she will share her inspirational book dedicated to “Mothers & Son's” - "Letters to Our Sons" - A Mother's Journey Raising Sons to Become Men with Character and Courage. To Book her Visit www.lettertooursons.com Purchase book through Amazon and Barnes & Noble - Follow book on facebook and twitter
Feb 14, 2015 at 1:00 pm PST, 2:00 pm MST, 3:00 pm CST, 4:00 pm EST, or 5:00 pm AST
The Jersey Devil Is Not REAL! is a Realistic Fiction Story about a little girl who draws her own conclusion about the legend of the Jersey Devil. She learns about the information while playing on her favorite website, Poptropica. She began to wonder if the Jersey Devil was real.
Kamille Padgitt, the author, is a 10-year-old who loves to write and draw. The Jersey Devil Is Not REAL! is her first published book. As a member of ASWIFTT Jr. Writer’s Guild, Kamille is receiving mentoring and support to develop her chosen literary craft.
An extraordinary student who attends a college preparatory middle school, Kamille takes AP classes and serves on her school’s student council. Her accomplishments include the ASWIFTT Literary AWARD for her publication The Jersey Devil Is Not REAL!, the ASWIFTT Community Outreach AWARD for her participation in “ASWIFTT JR. Members READS To KIDS” in 2014 at Pat’s Learning Academy, the ASWIFTT Performing Arts AWARD for her participation as a vocalist in the All City Choir for her school district. She recently won a silver medal for her participation in the Irma P. Hall Theatre Arts Festival.
She wants to publish more fiction stories in the future. Her desire is to become a teacher and author like her mother. She enjoys singing, painting, ballet, drawing and riding her bicycle. For more information about Kamille and her upcoming books, e-mail her at: email@example.com
in Self Help
Spectre and Rock interview members of the Superheroines Initiative, a group of women dedicated to "saving the world, one good deed at a time." Sometimes, they even wear capes!
From their website -
To connect, educate, inspire and bring out the hero in women of all ages and backgrounds, and to create a network of altruistically-minded women.
We aim to empower women by building their self-confidence and allowing their voices to be heard through various workshops, hands-on volunteer opportunities, networking events, support and mentorship – all of which are designed with the belief that a contribution to the community does make a difference, however big or small it may be.