Community Viewpoints

Community Viewpoints

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Imam Yahya Abndulla called into Community View Point to talk about their Neighborly Needs/Health, Wellness and Mental Health Services in Duval. He also talked about their next event on Sept 14, 2019, and asked the community to help by donating clothing items and dropping them off at 320 Woodbine Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206

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August 15, 2019 15 min

Jumora Cooper & Tiffany Hardy came by Community View Point to talk about the 4th annual "Teacher Supply Giveaway " at the Schultz Center. This year’s theme is "All Heros don't wear Capes! Their goal is to not only provide local teachers with the supplies they need to begin the new school year but to also make them feel like the Super Heros that they are!!!

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August 7, 2019 14 min

Rev Mark Griffin came by the show to talk about Wayman Academy A status, the multitude of areas where Wayman is empowering the Community, and his next steps on empowering the community and keeping the community safe

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Michelle aka Shorty, President and T- Real (PRO) came by the show to talk about their 3rd Annual Motorcycle Community Back to School Giveaway with 30 Motorcycle Clubs empowering and giving back to the community.

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July 30, 2019 16 min

Principle - Annissa Powell, Robin Faircloth, PTA President and Mr. James Love , Vice Chair PTA, came by the show to share information on GRASP academy. Due to students having various learning challenges related to their dyslexic traits, the school needs much more funding than the traditional public school. , Robin Faircloth, PTA President and Mr. James Love , Vice Chair PTA, came by the show to share information on GRASP academy... Read more

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Mark McKenzie came by the show to invite the community to Central Bark! A pioneer of the doggy day care industry, Mark came by to announces the grand opening of Central Bark Jacksonville, the first to open in the city, on August 3 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Central Bark Jacksonville, a 6,900-square-foot space and located at 5614 San Jose Blvd. The franchisee Mark McKenzie, a 22-year veteran of the United States Marines and Jacksonville ... Read more

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Superintendent Dr. Diana Greene came by the show to talk about the upcoming school year, grooming teachers for growth, securing all schools and the proposed tax referendum.

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Superintendent Dr. Diana Greene came by the show to talk about the upcoming school year, grooming teachers for growth, securing all schools and the proposed tax referendum.

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Lindsy Bivens, Host of My Message Matters Conference called into the show to invite and empower the community to the My Message Matters! Her vision is bringing people together to prepare for their next level. She has also partnered with Wolfson Senior High's entrepreneurship program and Krumpin 4 Success, a non-profit, youth entrepreneurship program & camp to bring youngsters in the room to empower them and align them with mentor... Read more

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Sista Strut 3k Breast Cancer Awareness with Monique Denise, local singer, born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, Monique is a true fighter, diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in 2017. Monique believes singing and music is a way of expression, a way to get away when words and people cannot ease the pain. We talked about he sharing her new single, Journey, at the upcoming 4th Annual Ron Sholes Sista Strut 3K Breast Cancer W... Read more

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Mrs. Latricia Taylor (CEO/Chair) of the Chasity Taylor Foundation came by the show to talk about her daughter Chasity Taylor who was killed in a DUI/DWI and the 5th Annual Chasity Taylor Foundation Community Give Back event to keep her memory alive!

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Harold Craw, General Manager of the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp called into the show to invite the community to The Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp Red Caps Negro League Night Saturday July 13th! Former Negro League players Buster Hair and James Sanders will be recognized before the game and greet fans on the concourse They will also be giving away Red Caps road gray replica jerseys to the first 2,000 fans through the gate. Offering the co... Read more

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Kayla Nasr, Community Development Manager and Stacy Hanson who is the Event Chair and is a Stage 4 metastatic breast cancer survivor came by the show to talk about their upcoming event Making Strides Against Breast Cancer and invited the community to get involved in their 5k Breast Cancer Walk event on October 19th.

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– Remonte Green, Community Partnership School Director for Ed. White Academy of Leadership and Logan Dykes, an Ed White student leader, together, they came to speak about the impact of the Community Partnership Schools model on the First Coast. Community Partnership Schools focus on removing tough barriers to learning by bringing together high-quality academics, health care, counseling, support, mentoring and more-all where student... Read more

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June 27, 2019 12 min

Lesley Wells, CEO of Daniel came by the show to talk about Daniel’s 135 years in the market and being the #1 nonprofit organization. Lesley talked about being with Daniel for 32 years, her love for Daniel , the variety of program Daniel offers and her vision as CEO to keep empowering the community

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June 27, 2019 10 min

April Seliga, MPH – Tobacco Prevention Program Manager came by the show to talk about Vaping and how it affects the community businesses in the Urban Core.

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June 19, 2019 16 min

Coach Christa Wilson came by the show to talk about Water safety and her involvement with the River City Swim League. We discussed how the community can get involved with the numerous swimming activities over the summer to create family fun memories, learn how to swim and be safe during the summer holidays.

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June 19, 2019 12 min

Angie Leatherberry came by the show to discuss the purpose of Restore as well as thank the community for their continued supports of Habitat for Humanity of Jacksonville (HabiJax) .Angie spoke on how the community helps keep the mission of Habitat for Humanity Jacksonville Restore alive!

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Cynthia Robinson, Co – Director from Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech came by the show to presents on issues in auditory-oral intervention, early literacy and successful mainstreaming both nationally and internationally. She has been working with children with cochlear implants for more than 25 years in self-contained classrooms, resource rooms and in the mainstream. She is actively involved in data collection to support child... Read more

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June 12, 2019 12 min

CEO Colleen Rodriguez came to the show to ta;l about the new exhibit at their Holocaust gallery featuring people who rescued others from the Holocaust. Plus, Colleen spoke about their wide variety of programs (everything from foster care to emergency financial assistance to counseling services) that transforms lives locally.

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