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Stacy Matseas joins Mary E., to celebrate the "Strides" made against breast cancer through the work of the American Cancer Society, "Making Strides" events. Her commitment is evident in her 10 year history of raising over a MILLION dollars for a cure.
Stacy became involved in the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk as a team captain, and, fueled by the desire to strike down the feelings of helplessness and her belief in the work and mission of the Society, Stacy became one of the most successful fundraisers in history, having raised more than $1 million for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. “The first year, I raised $5,000,” Stacy said. “From there, I just remained persistent and passionate and formed a network of volunteers, supporters and teammates, and educated them about what Making Strides is about.”
Stacy’s work with the American Cancer Society isn’t limited to her involvement with Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.
In addition to Stacy's story, we will focus on "Chicago is gearing up for the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on Saturday, October 25 – Thousands of local breast cancer survivors, caregivers, volunteers, businesses and community members will unite at the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk of Chicago on Saturday, October 25 at Soldier Field (Stadium Green, 1410 Museum Campus Drive)."
It is with pleasure that I will interview, Steve, Kristee, Genny & Jim co founders of Making Strides Queensland.
The first of it's kind in Australia Making Strides brings a "Below Injury Recovery" facility to Australia.
Genn has moved from sunny California to train with her many Australian friends, Kristee & Steve bring a wealth of experience to Making Strides with both suffering spinal cord injuries and both being advocates and living proff that below injury recovery works.
Jim graduated from The University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science) and has a strong background in Strength & Conditioning coaching. Jim joins the team and is excited about helping people with spinal cord injury
On Monday, October 13, at 10:00 AM, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, my guest will be Stephany Bonney, the American Cancer Society's Eastern Division Interim Senior Director, Community Events. In that capacity, Stephany serves as the senior manager of community events for the Division.She provides vision, leadership and strategic direction to a 30-member team responsible for the Society’s top fundraising and community engagement event, the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.
Prior to this role, Stephany served as Director for New York metro, responsible for all aspects of income development surrounding their Making Strides Against Breast Cancer portfolio. In that role, Stephany led the first ever Making Strides event to break $3 million dollars in fundraising.
Stephany has always been involved in the fight against breast cancer, leading the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer for 4 years prior to joining the American Cancer Society. In total, Stephany has raised more than $50 million in the fight. The proud niece of breast cancer survivors, she earned her bachelor’s degree in early childhood education from SUNY Cortland but decided to use her passion for fundraising to drive her career within the non-profit sector.
All over people are Making Strides Against Breast Cancer by walking for the cause. Just today Sunday October 21, 2012 in the tristate area of NY there are 16 walks ocurring simulataneously in NY, NJ and Ct.
If you walked today join us in conversation and tell us why you walked and share your experience.
Join Val Carey founder and author of TOTM! Tea Talk as she discusses all those things relevant to that Time Of The Month!
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Jaime Pfeffer is analytical in thought and a cheerleader at heart. She’s intuitive. Empathic. Enthusiastic. And she loves life.
Jaime believes life is best lived in balance. She loves helping women who want it all to align their heads – the left-brain (the mind) – and their hearts – the right brain (their passion).
She’s encouraging, optimistic and loves connection – with people and nature.
After having a spiritual awakening as a result of working a 12-step program, Jaime immersed herself in the top 182 books on spirituality, happiness and positive living, transforming her life and finding the happiness and peace she sought. She has spent thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours studying with renowned teachers from the New Thought arena – Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer and more – as well as spiritual and business greats like Napolean Hill and Brian Tracy.
Jaime teaches several courses online internationally, including her flagship course, Uplift: The Giver’s Guide to Wholeness, Fulfillment and Serenity, based on her book by the same name. She is certified as a trainer of the Creative Insight Journey, an 8-week self-development program based on the famed Stanford Masters degree course Creativity in Business, by Dr. Michael Ray. Jaime also offers individual and group coaching.
Pro Wrestling Talk Radio (also known as PWTR) is an internet radio podcast founded in March, 2009. The format of PWTR is a panel of wrestling fans discussing the hottest topics in the world of wrestling in an entertaining (and sometimes controversial) fashion.
In addition to an in-depth roundtable discussion, other segments include taking calls and questions from listeners, and interviews with wrestling personalities (including such headline-making interviews with Joey Ryan, Tough Enough winner Andy Levine, former WWE Superstar Chris Masters , 2010 Miss USA Rima Fakih, and 3x World Champion Diamond Dallas Page).
After a stint on YouTube for the latter-half of 2014, the webcast version was rebranded with PWTR returning to its podcast roots and becoming a separate entity. Following the departures of longtime hosts Jay and Charlie from the hosting panel, PWTR was re-launched in January, 2015. The current PWTR panel consists of Justin Gordon, Duke Maverick, and Manny Johnson.
Father’s Day is June 21st in the US.
Patrick Gaynor is curly lox of the Twin of Twins duo.
Eight years in the making, the story is a gripping tell-all where Curly Lox shares with readers, the painful road to redemption and acceptance that follows on the heels of an immense tragedy – the death of his six-year-old-son, Zion, after whom the project is named. The book is not just an autobiography, as Curly Lox takes on several important social issues while giving the reader a glimpse into his past.
Curly Lock’s book – www.roadtozionbook.com
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Parenting is a hard job, especially in today's society. Government interference, lax laws, unfair "correctional" institutions and the ever-powerful loss of the village has altered the rights and disciplinary options a parent has in raising their children. As a result, a new alternative has been utilized by many parents--humiliating their children via social media outlets such as Facebook and Instagram. This is the method where parents are giving their children ridiculous haircuts on video and sending them to school, or making their underaged children confess on video their real age and expose their forms of punishment on video with their parents narrating the "truth" about their identity on video to inform the world who they are truly dealing with. Perhaps this method was pioneered by the uncle of 16-year-old Michael Taylor,(the man who tried to save his nephew from joining a gang by telling the world on video that his nephew was just a regular kid and then proceeded to spank him on video for the world to see), or perhaps the consistent subliminal fear of arrest or other repercussion by the government fuels it. Whatever the reason, is this method a good one? And should the gvernment then have a right to intervene? Join in tonight with your thought at 10:30 PM by calling 347-327-9967.
Hosts Jessica Arael Marrocco & Eric Perry are your hosts for Beyone Smoke & Mirrors every Monday evening from 9:00-11:00 e.s.t. They are thrilled to have Jamie Santamore as their guest this evening.
Jamie Santamore is the Writer / Director / Producer at Wicked Carnival Productions and will be talking about all things Sins of Man : Rise of Mortis and about the film making process with one of the stars of the show.
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Tonight we're talking with Geraldine (Geri) Fallo, who, as the Administrator of Cultural Affairs for Hoboken, has coordinated a series of "Sounds of Sinatra" weekends each summer to celebrate the life of Hoboken-born Frank Sinatra, including an annual "Sinatra Idol" contest. For this, the year of the centennial of Sinatra's birth (coming up on December 12th), I thought I'd talk to Geri and find out what makes Sinatra so special to Hoboken and what her role is in making this celebration. We'll also talk about the various events happening in June and December to celebrate 100 years of Frank Sinatra.
Geri has been organizing events for The City of Hoboken for 21 years, including the annual the Hoboken Spring & Fall Arts & Music Festival, the Summer Enchanted Evening Concert series at Sinatra Park, Movies Under the Stars at Pier A Park, Artists Studio Tour, Sinatra Idol Contest, Ragamuffin Parade, Harvest & Irish Festivals, the Holiday Craft Fair & much more.
For more information, visit http://www.hobokennj.org/departments/human-services/cultural-affairs. You can follow Geri on Twitter @HobokenCultural.
Sinatra Idol information: http://www.hobokennj.org/departments/human-services/cultural-affairs/sinatra-idol-contest/
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We are currently reading “You Are the Placebo: Making Your Mind Matter” by Dr. Joe Dispenza.
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