Jessica Wofford and Freddie Stokes from the Fuse Project talk about their Dragon Boat Festival, and about the mission of the Fuse Project.
Haley Buchanan and other guests from Feeding the Gulf Coast talk about various ways they help the hungry in our area.
Local Goodness, a unique farm-to-table event, pays tribute to local cuisine, art and music while raising awareness and support for providing the highest quality healthcare for the children and women in this region. More info at www.usahealthsystem.com/events/local-goodness
Dr John Valentine explains the history and the ongoing mission of the Dauphin Island Sea Lab.
The first ever Sista Strut Breast Cancer Walk will be held at Cathedral Square in downtown Mobile April 20th, to raise money and awareness to help fight breast cancer in the African American community. In this podcast, you will hear Mary Booth and Arielle of iHeartRadio talk with representative from Southern Cancer Center and Anchor Cross Cancer Foundation.
Virginia Guy of the Drug Education Council talks about why it is so important to prevent teenagers from using alcohol and drugs, and also gives details about her organization's upcoming fundraiser.
Aubreigh's Army- Lemon Face Gala is 6 pm March 28th at the GulfQuest Maritime Museum in Mobile. Buy your ticket here! https://lemonfacegala.eventbrite.com
James West, Marlene Rathle and Laura Williams talk about the 30th annual American Cancer Society Chili Cook-off, set for March 30th, 2019.
The Baldwin County Career and Job Fair is scheduled for March 19th at the Daphne Civic Center.
Riley Bridges and Walt Pace with the Alabama Kidney Foundation talk about the Mobile Kidney Walk, set for March 16th, 2019.
Mobile Police Department Commander Curtis Graves explains Project THRIVE
Mobile Navy Week is scheduled for February 27 – March 5, 2019
Project Outreach is a service club that connects students with disabilities with their non-disabled peers, for the betterment of them both. In this podcast, hear Scott Parks talk about how he formed this group, and how it continues to grow.
Learn about MAWSS and the challenges they face in this podcast interview.
Mark Bryant of the Mobile County Health Department talks about the importance of flu shots, and also gives an overview of the services provided by the health department.
A conversation with Mobile Alabama Fire Chief Mark Sealy
Uncle Henry talks to Phillip Stanford and Rocque Waites about the PASCO Home- a transitional home for men and women recovering from their addictions so that they might return to society to live a life free from chemical dependency.
Mary Booth talks with Mobile Police Department Commander Kevin Levy about holiday shopping safety- both online and in the streets of the city of Mobile.