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iHeartRadio Springfield's Weekly 30 Minute Community Focused Show

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January 13, 2022 29 min
Clint Girlie talks with Christopher Tuckness and Miles Ross from Habitat For Humanity in Springfield about the organization's mission for the Ozarks, the opportunities to get involved and some upcoming fundraising events in 2022.
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Sarah Green sits down with Cassi Locke, Executive Assistant of Parkinson’s Group of the Ozarks to talk about the programs and services available to individuals who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease as well as support groups for their families and caregivers, and different ways the community can support Parkinson’s Group of the Ozarks.
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Clint Girlie talks with Lindsey Dumas-Bell and Tommie Trammell from OACAC about their Utility Assistance program, benefitted by iHeartRadio Springfield's Share The Light fundraiser on Dec 11th, as well as learn about the variety of other services OACAC offers.
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Hemmy speaks with Jeff Smith and Major Jon Augenstein of the Salvation Army about their Hope Marches On mission this holiday season, and all the volunteer and fundraising opportunities they have coming up for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
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Clint Girlie sits down with The Women's Veterans of SWMO to discuss their American Legion post, duties, infrastructure and community projects. Guests include Shellie Jones, Louise Hansen and Jennifer Tyes.
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November 9, 2021 28 min
Sarah Green talks with Lauren Slamb, Public Relations Specialists for the Girls Scouts of the Missouri Heartland, about the Girls Scouts program, the current recruitment efforts, the upcoming cookie season, and the different ways Girls Scouts gives back to our community and provides skills and educational opportunity for local girls.
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Clint Girlie sits down with RCAT's Anne Buchanan and Stephanie Strazzinski to discuss the upcoming Priebe Strong Run to benefit Officer Mark Priebe as well as Greene County Sherriff Lieutenant Steve Westbrooke.
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Sarah Green speaks with Kyle Pickett, conductor for the Springfield Symphony, about the 2021 season and additional ways you can support your local Symphony.
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Clint Girlies sits down with Jordan Valley Community Health Center's VP/MD Matthew Stinson to discuss the resurgence of COVID19 in the Ozarks, what makes this round different and address the most common objections to being vaccinated.
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Clint Girlie sits down with David Aldridge from My Final Chapter to discuss the organization's mission in the Ozarks to assist terminal cancer patients. They also discuss an upcoming fundraising concert in Branson on August 7th.
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Clint Girlie sits down with Gerald Andrews from MO Sports Hall of Fame to discuss the upcoming Price Cutter Charity Championship, the sponsorship opportunities therein, and the need for event volunteers. He also speaks with Chris Stark from Honor Flight of the Ozarks, about their first time participation in the PCCC.
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May 18, 2021 28 min
Clint Girlie sits down with GYNCA Executive Director Stephanie Pape to discuss their role in aiding hundreds of women afflicted with GYN cancers across 30 counties is SW Missouri. They also discuss volunteer opportunities as well as two upcoming fundraising events - The Tee Up Fore Teal Golf Tournament and The Teal To Heal Gala.
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Sarah Green sits down with Marisa DeClue and Robin Helsel from Developmental Center of the Ozarks to discuss the upcoming Taco De Somo Event to benefit DCO as well as additional opportunities to support DCO in their mission and the variety of programs and services they offer to provide assistance for developmentally disabled children and adults.
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Sarah Green sits down with KeKe Rover from Ambassadors for Children to talk about Foster Care Awareness Month in May and the I Am Me campaign, as well as volunteer opportunities and the programs and services offered by Ambassadors for Children to provide support for our local youth in Foster Care.
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Hemmy sits down with Marci Bowling from Watching Over Whiskers Feline Fund about their mission to find suitable homes for cats, as well as controlling the population of strays in Springfield. They also discuss the upcoming Kitten Shower event to support the WOW cause.
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April 18, 2021 29 min
Clint Girlie sits down with staffers from the grief counselling service, Lost & Found to discuss their organization's individual and group counselling services, as well as their upcoming Run and Remember Event, on May 23rd. Interviewees include: Jamie Fields, Director of Development, Dr. Iman Williams-Christians, Clinical Director and Ethan Potter, Program Coordinator.
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Sarah Green sits down with Kristen Milam, Carrie Lamb, and Ashley Krug from the City of Springfield to talk about Clean Green Springfield, the city’s newest initiative to clean up and beautify Springfield. They discuss a variety of volunteer opportunities through this initiative, as well as the importance of keeping our streets and rivers clean, and the various resources available to our community for recycling.
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Clint Gerlek sits down with Lori Barnes Miller from Child Advocacy Center and Craig Rankin, owner of Jersey Mike's Subs, to talk about the upcoming Day of Giving as well as the services provided by Child Advocacy Center for abused and neglected children in Southwest and South Central Missouri.
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March 12, 2021 28 min
Clint Girlie sits down with Krista Peryer, President and Co-Founder of the Geek Foundation to discuss the group's mission of bringing free classes in tech to women and minorities in Southwest Missouri. They also discuss the role of women in the tech industry, and how the need for more representation in tech matters to all of us.
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iHeartRadio Springfield is celebrating extraordinary women in the Ozarks! Listen as women who hold positions in education, non-profit, business, and beyond, discuss their personal challenges, triumphs, and overall journeys to becoming who they are today. They also share the goals they still hope to achieve, as well as advice and inspiration we can all take from their stories!
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