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July 8, 2020
What does a woman veteran look like? Navy Veteran and CEO & Founder of Women Veterans Alliance, Melissa Washington, joins the program on this Fourth of July Holiday weekend to discuss the role of Women in the military and their transition back into civilian life. Washington started the WVA in 2015 after seeing a need in the community to bring women veterans together. Over the past 5 years WVA has grown in stature and is now ...
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SMUD - powering what you love for over 70 years. This community-owned electric utility works in tandem with local non-profit organizations looking for ways to make a better life for citizens and residents. The Giving Monday Program, now in it's third year, is a partnership between SMUD and the Elk Grove Food Bank. SMUD Spokesperson, Lindsay Vanlaningham, and Elk Grove Food Bank Community Outreach Manager, Valerie Erwin, joi...
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Physically and Mentally disabled adults in El Dorado County turn to Mother Lode Rehabilitation Enterprises, Inc. MORE has been serving the community for fifty years and strives to make the world fully inclusive for all individuals. The shut down and stay at home orders have challenged many 501-C3 organizations and MORE is no exception. Despite that they continue to work to improve the lives of their clients because they know the...
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Sprouting up in 1982, the Sacramento Tree Foundation has rooted itself in our neighborhoods with the goal of "growing a thriving community through stewardship of our urban forest". Communications and Engagement Manager, Stephanie Robinson, discusses the foundation's history and importance in the region. We also highlight current workshops and webinars available at: www.sactree.com/programs AND Sacramento Life Center’...
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The summer season is here and the Sacramento Library is encouraging everyone to participate in their Summer Reading Program. Christie Hamm, Sacramento Library's Youth Services Manger, explains the program, who can get involved and what you as the reader can benefit from it as a result. It's as easy as signing up, logging your books, earning badges and points and bragging rights. AND Kelly Teetsel, Development Manage...
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One of the challenges of COVID-19 has been in assisting those with food insecurities. Placerville's Upper Room Dining Hall Executive Director, Charlie McDonald, explains how the shelter in place directive has affected the way this Dining Hall operates and why daily contact with patrons is as important as the food. PLUS the Office of Traffic Safety joins us to discuss the influx in speeding tickets, many for speeds in the tripl...
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A 166 year tradition has come to an abrupt stop. The 2020 California State Fair, in accordance with Governor Newsom's health directive, has been canceled. Cal Expo's Deputy General Manager & Marketing, Margaret Mohr, discusses how the grounds are still a vital part of the community and currently being utilized for senior graduations, blood drives and other various events. And even though this year's fair has been...
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Women's Empowerment has worked for nearly two decades connecting with, listening to, informing and helping homeless women and their children in our community. Anna Nielsen, Women's Empowerment's Development Director, joins the program to discuss the organizations work with assisting homeless women rise up from their situation with new skills and the confidence needed to get work, maintain a healthy lifestyle and provid...
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May is Bike Month! And safe social distancing can easily be practiced while you take part in this 16 year tradition. Monica Hernandez, Director of Innovation & Partnerships with SACOG, joins the show to talk about the first ever Virtual May is Bike Month event. The campaign is being hosted online and across social media in an effort to give everyone a chance to participate... even with those trips on your indoor cycle. PLUS ...
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Making sure the needs of those who depend on us the most are met is important now more than ever. COVID-19 has many adults focused on finances and trying to navigate in an ever changing landscape. Despite the daily trivialities it is important to make certain that our children and our pets do not get overlooked. This week we speak with Sean McCartney, CEO of The Boys and Girls Club of El Dorado County. We check in with Food Lite...
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April 20, 2020
COVID-19 continues to affect our daily lives and routines and is presenting new challenges for many of us. Although the stay at home order is still in place there is talk of getting back to work and easing social distancing rules. But until that time is finally here we must remain vigilant while still conducting our day to day business. This week we discuss the importance of blood donations with Dr. Jonathan Hughes, Medical Direc...
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March 2, 2020 29 min
Western Health Advantage Health and Wellness Manager, Alicia Lowe, joins the program to discuss National Nutrition Month. We’ll highlight how small changes in your diet can make BIG differences in your life. Fresh foods vs canned foods vs frozen foods. And ways to refine your daily menu and stay fit and healthy... PLUS... Ashlie Bryant, CEO and Co-Founder of 3Strands Global Foundation, discusses the scourge of human...
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February 23, 2020 29 min
Sacramento County Public Information Officer, Janna Haynes, discusses the upcoming California Primary Election on March 3rd. We'll talk about various ways to get registered, how and where to vote and highlight the new "Vote Centers" across Sacramento and El Dorado counties. PLUS… Raley's Pharmacist Dave Fluitt joins the program to discuss staying healthy and fit in the cold and dark winter months with a special fo...
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February 20, 2020 29 min
Meet new people, make new connections, be active in the community and have FUN! All that and more is attainable with the Sac Event Crew, an all volunteer force that plays a very important role in many of Sacramento's large scale events. Farm-to-Fork, March Madness, AmGen Tour are just a few of the events this team helps out with. In studio are Volunteer Coordinator, Danielle Ferroni and Visit Sacramento's Content Marketin...
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February 10, 2020 26 min
The Wildlife Care Association works towards the rehabilitation and release of sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals. WCA President Theresa Bielawski joins the show to explain how this volunteer and intern run nonprofit organization strives to make the quality of life in our region better for not only the animal wildlife but for all of us in the ecosystem. And we’ll highlight the upcoming Annual Nuts and Berries Event with raff...
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February 5, 2020 29 min
Scott Abbott, Executive Director of the Sacramento Running Association, joins me to highlight the Super Sunday Fun Run XI. This annual event, now in it’s 11th year, is an excellent way to celebrate the Super Bowl GUILT FREE! Get the whole family out to Sac State for a morning full of energy, excitement, exercise, fresh air and fun on the big game day. And then stick around for the community tailgate party with stadium style food, ...
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January 27, 2020 26 min
The right to vote was a hard fought battle. Some things we may now take for granted such as F.D.A. inspected safe foods or D.O.T. making sure there are safe and maintained highways are the direct result of electing officials who then vote to make our laws. Sacramento County Public Information Officer, Janna Haynes, visits the program to encourage everyone who is eligible and of voting age to register with the party of their prefe...
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January 27, 2020 27 min
February is Heart Month and the American Heart Association encourages everyone to wear their red on February 7th. Liam Connolly, Director of Communications and Marketing with the AHA, and Alicia Lowe, Health and Wellness Program Manager with Western Health Advantage, join the program to discuss the number one killer of women… heart disease. And we highlight making good habits for eating healthy and staying fit and discuss other f...
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January 14, 2020 28 min
Sacramento Zoo Director, Jason Jacobs, joins us on the program to talk about all the exciting things happening at the Sacramento Zoo during 2020. Dinosaurs, Okapi, Parrots and Alligators! Just some of the great exhibits that can be seen or are coming soon to the Sacramento Zoo. Jason’s passion for animals is evident and his experience has spanned over 30 years with a humble beginning as a volunteer. We’ll talk about all the special...
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January 6, 2020 29 min
A visit to the M.O.R.E. Facility in Placerville. This non-profit organization has been a staple in El Dorado County for 50 years serving the community and working to help improve the lives of adults with developmental disabilities. CEO Susie Davies talks about the organizations rich history, record of service throughout the years and in depth art programs and gallery. And we highlight the upcoming “Art & Wine With Something M...
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