Teresa tells us all about the High Point Museum and some of the upcoming events. Plus she tells us about the High Point Farmers Market at the High Point Public Library
Kim Blanchard - Manager, Walk to End Alzheimer’s - Alzheimer's Association - Western Carolina Chapter and Shari Bailey Team Captain for Team David
Measles and vaccinations is the topic. Our guests are from the Guilford County Department of Public Health and we talk about the resurgence of measles in the US and the safety of vaccines.
Joel McIver the Director of Communiation And Engaqgement and Holly Beck, a Volunteer and Community Engagement Manager with Senior Services of Forsyth County talk with us about all of the services that are available for seniors in Forsyth County. We also talk about the need for drivers for their Meals On Wheels program.
We talk with Maya Franklin from the Red Cross about the work of the Red Cross in helping to take care of our blood supply in this area and in the United States
Alzheimer's disease is an irreversible, progressive brain disorder that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills, and eventually the ability to carry out the simplest tasks. We talk about the local Alzheimer's Association and their upcoming events including a benefit concert.
Want to know how to can fruits, vegetables and more? Vincent Webb has all of the facts.
Anna Beth Willams tells you everything you need to know about strawberries
Do work that matters
Cheryl talks about the history and mission of the Greensboro Urban Ministry and tells about their big fundraiser, Dining Out For Hunger which involves over a hundred participating Triad restaurants.
Shameca Battle teaches financial literacy and she is here today to tell us about a free online program called PowerPay to help get you out of debt
Melanie Buckingham tells us about this unique branch of the Library system and the big Earth Day celebration for 2019. Plus the Great American Clean-Up
There is a lot of new information about upcoming 4-H programs and Peggie Lewis Joyce has all of the details
Vincent tells us about the new Extension Master Food Volunteer Program
February is American Heart Month. Jennifer tells us about the origin and mission of the AHA and some of the strides made in heart health due to the research dollars raised by the AHA. She also talks about some the events coming up in February for Heart Month.
Joey Hilburn is the President and Founder of The Grown Ups Benefit, an organization that raises money to help people with financial hardship brought on by a health crisis.
Maya Franklin, the External Communications Manager with the American Red Cross Blood Services talks about the current emergency shortage of blood and how you can help.
Sarah Lanse, Marketing Specialist with Goodwill Industries of Central North Carolina talks about the mission of Triad Goodwill and they help people with job training and placement
Jordan James from the NC Cooperative Extension Service tells us about the EFNEP program and how it can help out young people in the area
Hanna Smith from the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service talks about some big changes coming in the Master Gardener Program in Guilford County