That PSA Show

That PSA Show

Sunday mornings at 6am on 93.7 the River

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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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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. That's why The California Department of Food and Agriculture recently launched a website with mental health resources for farmers, ranchers, and farmworkers. Community Health ...
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June 28, 2022 31 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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June 28, 2022 29 min
California is battling another drought. A third straight year with lower than needed precipitation and climbing heat is leaving the state in a bind. Amy Talbot, Water Efficiency Program Manager for the Regional Water Authority, which represents water providers throughout the Sacramento Region, joins the show with some water saving tips, ideas and rebate offers.
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June 28, 2022 28 min
Raley's Pharmacy Director of Operations, Dr. David Fluitt, discusses seasonal allergies and remedies.
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May 13, 2022 22 min
Sacramento's Better Life Services is highlighting May's National Foster Care Month, created in 1988 under President Ronald Reagan with the goal of investing in the future by supporting foster children. Sacramento's Better Life Services Recruitment Coordinator, Noren Mathews, joins the program to discuss the history of the organization and the impact they are having on foster kids. We also focus on the need for 'Reso...
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May 2, 2022 26 min
Sacramento Region Community Foundation's Director of Marketing, Vasey Coman, joins the program to celebrate the 10th annual Big Day of Giving! Thursday, May 5, is the day you can give to the local nonprofit organization (or organizations) of your choice. Those donations go to strengthen the Sacramento region's non-profits. Can't wait until then? You can support area nonprofits today! Early gift donations for the tenth ...
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April 25, 2022 23 min
PRIDE Industries, located in Roseville, California, is the leading employer of people with disabilities in the Northern California region. They assisting wounded veterans, former foster youth, trafficking survivors and others to become self-sufficient, community contributors. For more than a half century this non-profit organization has been providing personalized employment coaching, training, job placement and assistance for ind...
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April 11, 2022 25 min
The Sacramento SPCA presents the 29th annual Doggy Dash. Back in person on Saturday, April 23rd at William Land Park! After spending the past couple years as a virtual event the family friendly event is back in person. SSPCA PR & Social Media Specialist, Sarah Varanini, joins the show to discuss the importance and impact of the event. We also discuss pet adoptions, volunteer and job opportunities, spay & neuter clinics an...
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March 28, 2022 29 min
The Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District enters its 28th year with the “Spare the Air” campaign. The program was created to help people know what they’re breathing whether it's elevated ground ozone levels in summer or particulate matter pollution in the winter. AQMD’s Program Coordination Division Manager, Mark Loutzenhiser, joins the show to discuss the history of the program, how it has affected quality of...
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March 28, 2022 29 min
Stopping stigmatization and bridging the gap for homeless women and children in need. St. John's Program for Real Change provides a safe place and trustworthy support to help guide families in breaking the cycle. Over the past 35 plus years the organization has helped to transform the lives of more than 30,000 women and children getting them off the streets and creating productive, tax paying, contributing members of our comm...
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February 21, 2022 29 min
Trees bring people together. They create social spaces where people gather and foster a sense of belonging. Trees are nature's way of cleaning our air, absorbing pollutants and producing oxygen. Sacramento Tree Foundation volunteer coordinaror, Justin Rubio, joins the program to discuss how a thriving urban forest has been made possible through education, dedication and stewardship. We also highlight the upcoming week long c...
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February 21, 2022 29 min
United Way California Capital Regions Free Tax Prep Manager, Debi Linderholm, joins the program to discuss a FREE service that helps families receive hundreds, even thousands, of dollars in refunds. The United Way's FREE Tax Preparation Program is available now and last year alsone assisted over 4000 households helping them receive more than 7.5 million dollars in federal refunds. And that doesn't even include the 885 thous...
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February 21, 2022 27 min
Wildlife Care Association President, Theresa Bielawski and her team care for over 6,000 animals every year. They are dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, and releasing local wildlife for another chance at life. WCA is also committed to providing wildlife education and instruction to the community. Theresa joins the program to discuss how the public can get involved and help the local wildlife.
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January 25, 2022 28 min
Gary Kiddie, former Potentate of the Ben Ali Shriners of Sacramento, joins the program to discuss the roots, rich history and impact on the lives of children and their families the organization has had over the past 100 years. Their efforts have helped enable the Shriners Hospital for Children provide much needed care and treatment to thousands of patients. We also highlight the upcoming event, "An Evening With Elvis" on ...
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December 14, 2021 28 min
When you hear the bells ringing you know it's that time of the year... Red kettle season is here. The annual Red Kettle Campaign has kicked off and the Salvation Army can be spotted at your local favorite shopping locations. And now they are employing technology that can make your next donation as easy as a swipe and a tap.
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December 14, 2021 26 min
The Salvation Army is ready for the holiday season and their 12th annual Give-A-Tree holiday donation campaign... Once again partnering with California Backyard to take in gently used artificial trees that will then be donated to families in need this Christmas season.
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December 14, 2021 26 min
Providing families with activities and events that promote courage, hope, laughter and enjoyment through the Me-One Foundation’s annual Camp Wieser (formerly Challenge). Camp Wieser is a no-cost weekend camp for families afflicted by cancer and in need of a place of joy and relaxation that will focus them on living life, and not fighting disease. The Me-One Foundation is all about Keeping Life's Scoreboard at Cancer-Zero, Me-O...
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October 29, 2021 26 min
Teenagers suffering from angst is a normal part of growing up and there are constructive ways of dealing with and healing from teen angst. Dr Daniel Lee, Deputy Superintendent Equity Branch with the California Department of Education, joins the show to discuss exactly what Teen angst is, whether your child may be suffering from it and a new program available to all California public and publicly funded charter schools for FREE. Ju...
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October 21, 2021 27 min
Your Local United Way is helping children improve literacy through their STARS program that pairs online tutors with children in school. Eden Hirsch, Senior Manager of Education and STARS Program Manager at United Way California Capital Region, discusses how volunteering can make a huge difference in a child's life and how the public can help by donating one hour of time each week to help kids get their reading skills up to gr...
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