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That PSA Show

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June 18, 2021 29 min
Sacramento Public Library Youth Services Manger, Christie Hamm, revisits the program to highlight the summer reading season! It doesn't matter if you are reading a novel, a magazine or even listening to books on tape, all reading is good reading. The Summer Reading Program is for everyone and is easy to participate in. It's as simple as signing up, logging the books you read, and then earn badges, points and bragging righ...
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The Sacramento SPCA is hosting their 28th annual Doggy Dash! Dawn Foster, Director of Marketing & Communications, joins the program to highlight the yearly family fun event and discuss the many programs and services available to the public. Get registered for this years virtual walk! It’s the SSPCA’s largest fundraising event of the year and a great time to consider adopting a companion animal.
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May 21, 2021 27 min
Captain Robert Foxworthy, CalFire Information Officer, discusses defensible space around your home and the upcoming fire season. Now is the time to perform safety checks around the home and to do yard maintenance on your property to clear any debris that could become fuel for a wildfire. Captain Foxworthy discusses home preparation kits, the defensible space zones around a home and steps to take to make certain that you, your fami...
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May 19, 2021 25 min
May is Mental Health Month. Speakers Bureau members Desiree Aragon and Evan Marmol join the program to discuss the importance of taking care of the self. We address the social stigma individuals encounter when mental health is required and ways to overcome the obstacles faced. StopStigmaScarament.org is a good first step in finding mental health help and has a multitude of resources for individuals and families. Reaching out to...
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April 26, 2021 30 min
A fantastic conversation with a Sacramento OG... (that's "Old Guy" in the neighborhood). Roberts Family Development Center Co-Founder and CEO, Darrell Roberts, shares his story of giving back and how he has spent decades being a positive role model in the community and setting standards by example for the youth and families he and his organization serves. Integrity, hard work, perseverance, respect and an indomitable ...
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April 19, 2021 29 min
The 2021 CapCity MotorTour is back! Save the date in your calendars for Saturday, May 1st and prepare for vehicles of every make, model and size. California Automobile Museum Executive Director, Mark Steigerwald, and Director of the Fulton Avenue Association, Melinda Michaels, discuss the importance and impact of the fundraiser in the community. PLUS Women in the military and their transition back into civilian life. Navy Vetera...
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April 8, 2021 29 min
For over 50 years PRIDE Industries has been the leading employer of people with disabilities in our region. Wounded veterans, former foster youth, trafficking survivors and others are helped to become self-sufficient, community contributors. Chief Growth Officer, Leah Burdick, and Chief Rehabilitation Officer, Vic Wursten, join the program to discuss how Pride Industries provides personalized employment coaching, training, and job ...
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April 8, 2021 26 min
MJ's Project is a confidential teen outreach that serves and assists teens in El Dorado County & the City of Folsom. Organization President, Nikki Gardea, discusses the humble beginnings of the non-profit and how it has devotedly filled the gap for teens in need. We highlight the many ways this group helps and how listeners can assist as well.
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April 8, 2021 29 min
March is Red Cross Month and the American Red Cross Gold Country Region has a reminder that YOU Have the Power to Save a Life! AHA Director of Communications and Marketing, Steve Walsh, joins the program to talk about how volunteering in the community can make a huge impact. Topics include the American Red Cross response not only during times of distress but throughout the goods times as well. Ways to donate and volunteer.
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April 8, 2021 29 min
March is Heart Health month. Heart surgeon, Dr. Zachary Brewer with Mercy Medical Group, joins the program to discuss the American Heart Association's recently published research showing that eating five daily servings of fruits and vegetables can result in a longer lifespan. We highlight which fruits and veggies provide the most benefit and which ones to avoid. Also covered are proper hydration, sleep, exercise and keeping h...
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April 8, 2021 29 min
Sacramento Tree Foundation's Director of Education and Engagement, Torin Dunnavant, discusses Sacramento's urban forest expansion. Topics include proper planting, mulching, maintenance and volunteer opportunities. AND Get ready for the biggest attraction in eons! Dino trainer, Dustin "Dino Dustin" Baker highlights the upcoming Jurassic Quest Drive Thru at Sacramento's Sutter Health Park.
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February 15, 2021 30 min
United Way's Free tax preparation program saves individuals and families thousands of dollars every year. Program Manager Debi Linderholm discusses the details of the program and how they are able to assist people in finding credits and refunds at no expense to the client. And this year there are three different ways to meet with a tax preparer including virtually. - PLUS - An innovative new collaboration, between Sacramento&#...
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February 8, 2021 27 min
The future... is now! Governor Newsom recently signed an executive order declaring all cars sales be electric vehicles by 2035. Although the goal is still over a decade away it hasn't stopped the formation of an unprecedented collaboration between private and public sector agencies to assist in accelerating transportation electrification. Veloz Executive Director, Josh Boone, joins the program to discuss the recently launched,...
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February 8, 2021 30 min
CLARA Midtown, part of the E. Claire Raley Studios for the Performing Arts, has opened registration for their 5th annual Summer Performing Arts Camp. Education Outreach Director, Emili Danz, discusses how the program allows ids to freely express themselves artistically in a caring environment with the added benefit of supporting and keeping local creative talents "home" while also inspiring creative thinking solutions for ...
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February 8, 2021 27 min
In 1985 Saint John’s Lutheran Church in Sacramento saw that there was a need for assistance. Ever since finding 20 women and children sleeping on the steps of the church all those years ago they have taken a stand in the community to help families transition from homelessness back into society with a sense of self worth and accomplishment. St. John's Program For Real Change Executive Director, Julie Hirota, discusses the impa...
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February 8, 2021 25 min
Giving the gift of life. Vitalant Marketing and Communications Manager, Drew Fowler, joins the program to discuss the importance of blood donations and how the Sacramento region has had an amazing response to giving life saving blood despite the Covid-19 pandemic. We also talk about platelets and plasma donations, the latter of which is being used for Convalescent plasma therapy and is showing promising results in battling Covid-1...
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February 8, 2021 29 min
Inspiring kids to eat their vegetables doesn't happen overnight. But that doesn't deter Food Literacy Center Founder Amber Stott and her team of Food Geniuses from trying. Addressing food insecurity in the Sacramento region the Food Literacy Center focuses on low income schools where kids are at the highest risk for diet related diseases. Amber Stott joins the show to discuss how they have pivoted their teaching style du...
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December 21, 2020 29 min
Embracing lives and making a difference... One pregnancy at a time. The Sacramento Life Center's Executive Director Marie Leatherby discusses their annual Baskets4Babies Drive, running through December 31st. By making a donation during this holiday season you can help ensure that every pregnant woman and teen who walks through the doors at Sacramento Life Center will receive the resources and support needed to become a parent...
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December 14, 2020 28 min
Shine Your Light Holiday Campaign is the time to brighten up the community and help support one of nearly 50 local nonprofits. President & CEO of United Way, Stephanie McLemore Bray, joins us to discuss a multitude of ways to get involved with the holiday season. From the new "Digital Equity Program", a partnership with the City of Sacramento, to volunteer opportunities around town and even something as simple as a fina...
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December 7, 2020 29 min
John Foley is the founder and Chief Executive Officer with Sacramento Self Help Housing. Over the past 20 years the SSHH has helped people in the homeless community find and retain stable and affordable housing. The 3rd annual Housewarming for the Homeless Donation Drive at Cal Expo will collect new and gently used items to help furnish a home for a new tenant who was formerly homeless. AND THEN Homelessness is not a person'...
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