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That PSA Show

The issues and topics Sacramento is talking about.

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January 12, 2023 23 min
Inspiring kids to eat their vegetables doesn't happen overnight. But that doesn't deter Food Literacy Center’s Founder Amber Stott and her team of Food Geniuses from trying. Amber discusses addressing food insecurity in the Sacramento region and how the Food Literacy Center focuses on low income schools where kids are at the highest risk for diet related diseases. We also talk about #DineDowntown, an event where listeners...
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Julio Martinez, Executive Director of the ScholarShare Investment Board, joins the program to discuss how simple it is to open a ScholarShare 529 education account. In just 15 minutes you can get an account started at ScholarShare529.com and easily manage everything online or by mail. ScholarShare 529 also makes it convenient for friends and family to contribute to a loved one’s account year-round with Ugift529.com. The online Ug...
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December 16, 2022 28 min
The Light the World “Giving Machines”, organized by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, can be found at the Roseville Galleria Mall. These vending machines have a unique twist… you’re not buying candy bars or soft drinks or renting the latest DVD but instead a giving. The Giving Machines provide life changing services for those most in need both locally and worldwide. Joining the program from local beneficiary, Al-Mis...
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December 16, 2022 27 min
Red kettle season is here and you can hear the bells ringing. The annual Red Kettle Campaign is on and the Salvation Army can be spotted outside your local favorite shopping locations. And this year you can donate online with "Virtual Red Kettle". We also discuss volunteer opportunities with the Salvation Army. Learn more by visiting: volunteer.usawest.org
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November 23, 2022 26 min
The Crocker Holiday Artisan Market is back in person over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. This family fun event will be taking place at the Scottish Rite Center, 6151 H Street, Sacramento, CA, on November 25, 26, & 27. Find a variety of hand crafted creative wonders, face-painting, musical performances and an opportunity to have pictures taken with Santa Claus. Creative Art League of Sacramento Vice President and Co-Chair o...
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November 10, 2022 28 min
Giving thanks and honoring our nation's Veterans. With more women entering the armed forces each year we are seeing, year over year, more women veterans increasingly transitioning back into civilian life. That's where Women Veterans Alliance steps in to help them make that transition with resources in healthcare, job searching, networking and starting businesses. Navy Veteran; CEO & Founder of Women Veterans Alliance...
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November 10, 2022 23 min
Sacramento Life Center provides FREE early access medical services and patient advocacy in the greater Sacramento area. They are committed to making sure all women and teen girls have access to free or low cost medical care – especially those who are pregnant with nowhere to turn. Sacramento Life Center Executive Director Marie Leatherby joins the program to discuss 50 years of making a difference by embracing life... one pregnanc...
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November 10, 2022 28 min
Studies show that children who are not reading at grade level by the fourth grade will be more likely to struggle in their other school subjects as well. The United Way’s STARS literacy tutoring program helps ensure that kids will have those reading skills by pairing volunteers and students for in-person and online literacy tutoring. Dr. Dawnte Early, President and CEO at United Way California Capital Region, joins the program to...
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November 10, 2022 30 min
Myrna Castrejón, President and Chief Executive Officer of California Charter Schools Association, joins the program to highlight 30 years of Charter Schools in California. More than 8.5 million students have had their lives transformed by a public charter school education. They're Public. They're Free. They're Open to All. Learn more about California’s nonprofit charter schools by following CCSA on their website at ww...
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November 10, 2022 27 min
California is the producer of over a third of the country's vegetables and two-thirds of the country's fruits and nuts. As a major producer for America's food supply chain there can be fair amount of stress placed on farmers and farm workers. The California Department of Food and Agriculture launched a website in early 2022 with mental health resources for farmers, ranchers, and farmworkers. Esmeralda Mandujano, Commun...
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October 12, 2022 25 min
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Designated by Congress in 1988, for the past 34 years the month of October has been dedicated to raising awareness of the employment needs and contributions of individuals with all types of disabilities as well as paying tribute to the accomplishments of individuals with disabilities. Leah Burdick, Chief growth officer for Roseville's "PRIDE Industries", joins ...
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October 12, 2022 27 min
Sacramento’s #1 Cruise & Show… CruiseFest on Fulton Avenue: On The Road Again! Over 350 cars of all makes and models - live music - great food - it’s the 11th annual gathering of CruiseFest all benefiting The California Automobile Museum. This fun, FREE family event will feature custom and classic cars cruising up and down Fulton Avenue, from El Camino to Marconi. Joining the program to discuss this iconic Sacramento event ...
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October 12, 2022 28 min
It's the 18th annual California Capital Airshow at Mather Airport in Sacramento, September 30 through October 2. The USAF F-22 Raptors will be among the performers at this year's event taking to the skies for the viewing pleasure of onlookers young and old alike. California Capital Airshow Executive Director, Darcy Brewer and Angela Terry, Director of Operations join the program to discuss this exhilarating, iconic aerona...
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August 30, 2022 27 min
Homelessness can impact anyone for a multitude of reasons. Sadly, many women and their children are currently confronted with homelessness. But through education and empowerment, building skills and confidence and responding to the unique needs of each individual with a holistic approach these families CAN regain a home for themselves. The Sacramento nonprofit, Women’s Empowerment, has been assisting homeless women and their child...
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August 30, 2022 29 min
Three days of art, music and family fun! The 32nd annual “Chalk It Up” festival will be in midtown Sacramento September 3rd through the 5th presenting one-of-a-kind works of art, great local music, food trucks and family fun activities all weekend long. This FREE family friendly event is 32 years strong and raises money for educational grants and art programs in our local schools. Christy Jourdan, Executive Director for the Chalk ...
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August 11, 2022 25 min
The Me-One Foundation is a 100% volunteer nonprofit corporation created to provide adult cancer patients and their families with an environment where they can embrace life without cancer. Activities and events to promote courage, hope, laughter and enjoyment make Camp Wieser a haven of hope allowing families to be victorious over cancer and keep life’s scoreboard at cancer-zero; Me-One. Erica Pope, Director of Development at Me-O...
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August 11, 2022 28 min
Teaching kids the impacts of their food choices on their health, the environment and the economy is one of the main objectives of the Food Literacy Center in Sacramento. It's where Chief Food Genius Amber Stott and her team of Food Ambassadors work tirelessly teaching kids in low-income schools how home cooking and nutrition can improve their lives in a multitude of ways. The program is embedded in 16 schools across the Sacram...
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August 11, 2022 27 min
Fire season has begun and it's important to make sure that your family has an action plan in place for a fire emergency so you are "ready, set, go" and ready for wildfire. Issac Sanchez, battalion chief with CalFire Sacramento Communications joins the program to discuss making preparations both inside and outside of the home including making your own action plan and maintaining defensible space around your home.
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August 11, 2022 25 min
The Sacramento Life Center is celebrating 50 years… and they are Ready to Do More! They have been committed to ensuring that every woman has access to free or low-cost medical care since 1972 and especially pregnant women who feel they have no support and nowhere else to turn. Sacramento Life Center Executive Director Marie Leatherby joins the program to discuss the history of the organization and it’s impact on the community.
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June 28, 2022 29 min
8 great nights of music and entertainment! It's The Folsom Americana Fest kicking off on July 15th and culminating with a grand celebration on October 22nd. This event will showcase special guests from around the country as well as regional musicians and a chance for a local young performer or band to take center stage as winner of the Young Artists Battle of the Bands. Joining us on the program to discuss this musical and cu...
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