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Host Kevin Hunter features guest Amanda Jo Garcia of St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union. Here's a message from Amanda:
Working for a Community Bank showed me that what's important to me is helping the community, knowing who I'm helping, and working with each business owner's unique situation to find a good solution. St. Helens Community Credit Union has a mission of "Building a better community, together". I love that I'm able to do just that in this position. I get to spend my day talking to people in the community about how the credit union can help them make their dreams come true, It's a perfect fit.
You can find more about St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union at 118 E A St, Rainier, OR 97048; (503) 397-2376 at https://www.shcu.org/
Kevin Willett speaks about the New England B2B Networking Group
Host Kevin Willett is joined by Leeann from the CF Foundation. Listen in to learn more about their upcoming fundraiser.
Anya and Sam are joined by Sirius XM's own Sam Roberts for the first in a 2-part series!
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Country music is a soundtrack of the south. With the artistry of vocalist and songwriter Amanda Lamb, the compass points to Southern California and the sun swept shores of Orange County. Amanda’s new single, “We Were Here,” is an invitation to a coastline drive and an exuberant nod to her West coast roots. Her wistful “Endless Summer” evokes a vivid panorama of rusted Woodies, shivering palm trees, abandoned surfboards and deserted cottages. “Somewhere the surf’s always up,” confirms this California girl.
Recorded in Nashville by eminent producer Kent Wells (noted for recent work with Dolly Parton) the tracks feature a skillful collective of Music City players supporting Amanda’s warm, confiding voice. Amanda sang live in the studio, bouncing her musical ideas off of enthusiastic players employing organic instruments. “I just love the vibe,” she says of the famous musical community, “Nashville has such an appreciation for original music.”
Working with accomplished collaborators Bill Diluigi and Melissa Bollea boosted Amanda’s confidence as a songwriter. She says that her lyrical mission is “To take a cliché that you hear everyday and twist it to make it personal and universal at the same time.”
Amanda Lamb discloses powerful truths in the song “Something in the Blood,” her personal homage to all of the inspirational people she has met who are living their lives with Type 1 diabetes, a condition that has been part of her reality since she was one year old. “The song is both literal and figurative,” says Amanda, “because there is strength, bravery and courage in my blood.”
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Host Kevin Hunter features guest Tammy Davies of Grounds for Opportunity Cafe, GFO, in Kelso, Washington. Tammy took her love of preparing food and feeding others to the next level. The GFO Café opened in August of 2012.
A message from Tammy:
Students graduate and get work locally and we get to run into them or even better - dine out where they work and witness their hard work and achievement. It is really great to see our students go on to do great things for themselves and their families.
We have been able to increase the fresh product in our senior meals because of the training program which has meant keeping our food and labor costs low but serving a nutritious and heart healthy meal to our seniors. Good food is always a success!
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When you hear the word "Ironman" a couple things come to mind; a "Annual Competition" or the "Super Hero". Both require a great deal of time and energy but how do they relate to having a Brain Injury? Some people w/a Brain Injury also have physical limitations, some w/prostetics or other assitive devices, so how can they be an "Ironman"? EASY PEEZY! When one stops and asks themselves: How can you PROgress, if you continually regress to past thinking, behaviors and beLIEfs? Join Kevin and the Marvelous Maggie tonight as Kevin shares yet another unique perspective on how We can (and need to) become our own Ironman (or variation thereof). ;-) Call in LIVE @424.243.9540 or listen in @7pm Pacific!
Host Kevin Hunter features guest Ralph Clark of Cowlitz Container and Diecutting. Cowlitz Container & Diecutting provides custom solutions to diecutting, packaging and fulfillment challenges and opportunities. One of Ralph's major successes was surviving a major customer bankruptcy using good communication skills, lean practices, and building a great team though economic tough times.
Some of the advice that came out in the interview includes nurturing and growing your key people. It takes time but it's worth it. Be honest with your team, suppliers and customers. Be compassionate to your workers but firm and fair in your expectations. Decide what your core values are and stick to them no matter what.
2228 Talley Way
Kelso, Washington 98626
United States of America