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August 14, 2019 29 min

The 2019 Walk for Wishes is nearly here and there are still plenty of opportunities to form a team and get registered to walk in this year's event. Kelly Teetsel, Development Manager with the Make A Wish Foundation, discusses the history of the walk and its importance in helping grant wishes for children facing dire life struggles. We also highlight Sacramento's The Wishing Place, the place wishes call home. One of only 5 facilit... Read more

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August 5, 2019 26 min

Wildlife Care Association President, Theresa Bielawski, joins us in studio to discuss the rehabilitation and release of wild animals in the Sacramento Valley area. Theresa and her team of wildlife experts take in sick and injured wild animals with the goal of rehabilitating them to a healthy status and then releasing them back into the wild. We highlight the annual Owl Release Program which now happens twice each summer. The fi... Read more

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July 22, 2019 27 min

Dave Lauchner, President of the Sacramento Fire Department Relief Association, is in studio to promote the organizations sweepstakes for a custom designed Indian Motorcycle. We discuss the history of the foundation and its importance in the community. And we highlight the nationwide motorcycle giveaway fundraiser that will see one lucky person ride away with a limited edition custom made Indian Motorcycle. For details visit: https:... Read more

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July 22, 2019 27 min

Dave Lauchner, President of the Sacramento Fire Department Relief Association, is in studio to promote the organizations sweepstakes for a custom designed Indian Motorcycle. We discuss the history of the foundation and its importance in the community. And we highlight the nationwide motorcycle giveaway fundraiser that will see one lucky person ride away with a limited edition custom made Indian Motorcycle. For details visit: https:... Read more

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July 8, 2019 28 min

On Wednesday Lotus will host the 2nd annual South Fork Fest. This festive gathering will celebrate the wonderful communities of Coloma and Lotus through great food, music and art. South Fork Arts and Recreation's Howard Penn and Matt Semonsen are on the program to discuss the organizations work to brighten up and bring people together in the community. This year's SoFAR festival is raising money for a stunning community art proj... Read more

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July 1, 2019 27 min

A chat with Arden Fair’s Senior Marketing Manager, Nathan Spradlin, about the UnchARTed art program. With the goal of uniting art and the Sacramento community the program is creating an ever expanding artful atmosphere on and around the Center. UnchARTed allows artists to utilize Arden Fair as a platform for their works and make them accessible to all. Art for all, not for the few. AND Gary Munson (SFC Retired) and Captain... Read more

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June 26, 2019 29 min

A visit to the historic Bluestone Meadow Farm in Placerville where co-owners Carolyn and John Havicon have created a fun family friendly event where lavender is the hero. Learn the rich history of the area and everything you want to know about lavender all while taking in the beautiful views of Apple Hill. A variety of growers are participating in this years event featuring blueberries, wines, ciders, baked goods and of course lave... Read more

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June 18, 2019 27 min

Chief Food Genius and Founder of the Food Literacy Center, Amber Stott, gives an update after the successful completion of the Center's 7th year in Sacramento schools. Amber highlights the organizations accomplishments and reveals that a long worked for goal is finally on the horizon! Amber Stott and her team work tirelessly to teach low-income elementary children how home cooking and nutrition can improve their health, their envi... Read more

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May 15, 2019 29 min

The Placer Breast Cancer Foundation’s 4th annual Placer Women’s Retreat is happening May 19 @ The Grounds. Media Consultant Kayla Scott Joins us on Mother’s Day Sunday to discuss the foundations beginnings as an endowment, the goals attained and being set for the future and talk all about the upcoming Women’s Retreat where women can indulge themselves and network. AND The Wildlife Care Association works towards the rehabilitat... Read more

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May 6, 2019 29 min

WEAVE’s Director of Development, Megan Laurie, joins us in studio to talk about the 2018 Walk A Mile In Her Shoes event on May 20th. It’s a playful opportunity for men, women, and children to raise awareness in their community about the serious causes, effects, and remediation of men’s sexualized violence against women. All funds raised will go to support WEAVE’s 24/7 services. AND Emilio De La Riva and his mom Nikki De La Riva... Read more

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April 30, 2019 30 min

It’s the 7TH annual BIG DAY OF GIVING! On May 2nd, for 24 hours, you’ll be able to donate to one of over 650 non-profit groups. Sacramento Region Community Foundation CEO Linda Beech Cutler joins the program to highlight this great opportunity for giving in our community. AND Sacramento’s ACC Senior Services works to enrich the lives of seniors and their caregivers by offering specially designed, culturally sensitive services, ... Read more

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April 23, 2019 27 min

Al Eby started the California Honey Festival a few years ago with the intention of creating a FREE family fun event that also educates about the importance of bees in our ecosystem. Al talks about the ever expanding festival and its impact on the region.

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April 16, 2019 29 min

The United Way recently held a Foster Youth Summit in the community as a way to help identify opportunities and to increase the number of foster youth who graduate from high school and go on to complete post-secondary education. Senior Vice President of Community Impact at United Way California Capital Region, Tom Bennett, joins the program to discuss how the findings will be implemented moving forward. We also discuss the unique ... Read more

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April 8, 2019 27 min

Bob Seaton suffers from hemophilia, a lifelong blood disorder that can result in severe bleeding from even a slight injury. Bob and his daughter, Elizabeth Schauermann, have created a national songwriting competition to bring awareness to this rare bleeding disorder and the daily tribulations persons living with the disorder endure.

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March 18, 2019 27 min

Pacific Trauma Specialists in Folsom is a nonprofit public benefit corporation, dedicated to treating and healing emotionally traumatized individuals. Executive Director Lisa Larson joins the program to discuss this organization and the work they do. AND Firearm violence is responsible for nearly 30,000 deaths each year. Dr. Amy Barnhorst is a Board certified psychiatrist, Asistant Professor at UC Davis and Associate Medical Dire... Read more

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March 12, 2019 29 min

Discussion about problem gambling as part of Problem Gambling Awareness Month With Terri Sue Canale-Dalman from the Office of Problem Gambling AND Meg Burritt visits to talk about how Cans get you cooking. We’ll discuss ways canned foods in your pantry can be a bigger, healthier and delicious part of your diet.

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February 25, 2019 29 min

The United Way in the Sacramento region is helping families and individuals who struggle at tax time with some FREE tax preparation services. With over 50 offices in the area United Way volunteers are ready to assist taxpayers get their taxes done correctly and on time. United Way California Capital Region’s Financial Stability Program Officer, Amy Williamson, joins us in studio to highlight this Free service. AND Researc... Read more

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February 25, 2019 29 min

Josh Means has been working with persons with Autism since he was 8 years old when it was discovered his brother was afflicted with the disability. Now as an adult he works daily with children who have autism. Josh shares his story of growing up with an autistic sibling, having an autistic child of his own and the passion that goes into his everyday work and life… including his stand up comedy routine. AND Ashlie Bryant, C... Read more

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February 25, 2019 29 min

February is cancer prevention month. Julie Van Dooren, Senior Director, Community Engagement with the American Cancer Society and longtime Society volunteer Kelly Fagan are in studio to discuss recommendations for prevention and early detection of cancer, particularly colorectal cancer. AND Raleys Pharmacist Dave Fluitt is here to discuss staying healthy and fit in the cold and dark winter months. And a special focus on g... Read more

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February 4, 2019 27 min

February kicks off the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Movement. Dr. Richard Ericson, with Sutter Medical Group, and Liam Connolly, Director of Communications and Marketing with the AHA, both join us in studio to discuss the number one killer of women… heart disease. We’ll highlight making good habits for eating healthy and staying fit and discuss other factors that may be beyond choice like family history and genet... Read more

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