Odyssey Fest is June 8, 2019 from 1 PM to 10 PM at Fifth and Federal Station in Lynchburg. Come learn about and support the many community resources available for mental health issues.
We speak with Karen Carney, Executive Director of the Blue Ridge Independent Living Center. Discussion of the assistance and many services they offer to area individuals with disabilities. We also talk about the upcoming Blue Ridge Independent Living Expo, to be held May 18th at the Salem Civic Center…and their 30th anniversary event in August this year.
Scott Stevens talks to Misty Vinson - Spitzer, communications director, and Josh Gravett, Aquatics Director, both from YMCA Central Virginia about the upcoming swimming lessons, water safety, summer camps and Healthy Kids Day.
We talk to Horizon Behavioral Health about opioid addition and treatment in the Lynchburg area.
We talk to Jeane Smiley-Mason – President of Gleaning For The World. and Teresa Davis – Communications Director of Gleaning For The World about their organization's mission.
We talk with Tracy Altizer, CEO of the Rescue Mission of Roanoke, about special events and special needs of the mission during the Holidays and winter months.
Scott Stevens interviews Chief Meteorologist George Flickinger of the ABC-13 Weather Experts about this Sunday's potential winter storm!
George talks about snow that could come both tonight (Tuesday) and this Sunday.
We talk with Sherri Blevins, Owner and Instructor at NRV Driving School in Christiansburg about safe driving, particularly winter driving safety and preparedness. More information here: http://newrivervalleydrivingschool.com/
We talk about fire safety with Tiffany Bradbury, of Roanoke City Fire and EMS. Heating in the winter, cooking and holiday decorations…escape plans if your home catches on fire, etc.
George Flickinger of the ABC-13 Weather Experts tells us what to expect with the forecast for freezing rain and sleet in our area overnight and into Thursday morning.
Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Virginia.
Scott Stevens talks to Col Charles S Olson, USAF (Ret), President, Lynchburg Area Veterans Council, and Michael Brady of the Lynchburg Area Veterans Council, about the Veterans Parade. From WWII to the ongoing War on Terror please join us for Lynchburg’s Official Veterans Parade, “Honoring Those Who Serve” November 10th, 2018 11AM – 1PM at Liberty University. Enjoy celebrating area veterans, seeing more than 100 parade entries an... Read more
We talk to Hugh Ballou, Founder and President of SynerVision, a company specializing in empowering leaders, and transforming cultures by the integration of strategy and performance. Hugh discusses ways non-profits can create better leaders to meet their goals and accomplish their mission.
Guest is Angie Leonard, the CVO of SVH SERVICES, St. Vincent’s Home in Salem. Discussion of the programs they offer, most notably the Blue Ridge Autism and Achievement Center. We talk about volunteer opportunities and fundraising, including the upcoming “Run for Donuts” in November.
Our guest is Tracy Altizer, Chief Development Officer with the Roanoke Rescue Mission. Discussion of the services they provide, and their fundraising activities including their biggest one of the year, the Drumstick Dash on Thanksgiving – which is now just weeks away.
Scott Stevens speaks to representatives from Power Of We Lynchburg about their event on Saturday September 29, 2018.
Scott Stevens talks to representatives of The American Foundation For Suicide Prevention about their upcoming walk.
George Flickinger tells us about the coming rain this weekend as a result of Florence.
Scott Stevens talks to Teresa Davis, communications director for Gleaning For The World about their preparations and efforts to help Hurricane Victims. They are collecting at Sam's Club on Wards Road in Lynchburg from 10am to 6pm through Saturday.