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2-18-18 JUNIOR LEAGUE OF SAN ANTONIO AND THE BLUE LINE 4 X4 TEXAS CLUB

Junior League of San Antonio President Celina Montoya talks about the organization's decision to sell a block of downtown property, a move that will significantly help its mission of improving the community. In a separate interview, Rudy Guzman of the Blue LIne 4 X 4 Texas Club talks about an Easter basket drive they are doing to brighten the lives of abused and neglected children.

02/16/2018

2-11-18 BIHL HAUS ARTS PRESENTS THE 11th ANNUAL ON & OFF FREDERICKSBURG ROAD STUDIO TOUR

Bihl Haus Arts Executive Director Kellen McIntyre and artist Ben Mata invite everyone to the 11th Annual On & Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour Feb. 17-18. Kellen talks about how the tour works. Ben, who is one of the artists opening his studio for the tour, talks about his art, painting on aluminum panels.

02/09/2018

4-11-18 TEXAS ORGAN SHARING ALLIANCE

Clarissa Thompson of TOSA and heart transplant recipient Andy Post talk about the huge and continuous need for organ donation. Andy talks about what he and his family went through before, during and after the transplant. He says he is living for two now, thanks to the life-saving decision made by his donor and her family.

02/09/2018

2-4-18 MORNINGSIDE MINISTRIES

Morningside Ministries Chaplain Dennis Smith and Vice President of Development Steve Herlich talk about what Morningside Ministries is, a faith-based, not-for-profit senior living community. The talk about the needs of their community, including financial support and volunteers.

02/02/2018

1-28-18 ALIR, THE ACADEMY OF LEARNING IN RETIREMENT

Tom Colbourn explains what ALIR is. The Academy of Learning in Retirement offers a variety of classes to people 50 and older. He says there are no exams or grades, just fun. ALIR provides intellectual stimulation, cultural exploration, lifelong learning and socialization.

01/23/2018

1-21-18 NCAA FINAL FOUR: EASTER WEEKEND IN SAN ANTONIO

Mary Ullmann Japhet and Jenny Carnes of San Antonio Sports go over what's planned for the NCAA Men's Final Four in San Antonio on Easter weekend. They say you don't have to have a ticket for the game to join in on the fun, there's a variety of events associated with the Final Four.

01/19/2018

1-21-18 SERENITY STAR RECOVERY IN SMITHVILLE

Cody Smith tells how Serenity Star Recovery in Smithville saved his life and helped him recover from addiction. He talks about turning his life around, finding how to love himself and becoming a server at the Comfort Cafe. He's also starting a clothing line, and due to his eternal gratitude to Serenity Star, a portion of the profits will be donated to the recovery center.

01/18/2018

1-7-18 SOUTH TEXAS BLOOD & TISSUE CENTER CALLING FOR DONORS

Roger Ruiz of the South Texas Blood & Tissue Center makes an appeal for blood and platelet donors. He says 2018 is beginning with critically low blood supplies and donors are needed right away. January is National Blood Donor Month.

01/05/2018

1-7-18 FIRE SAFETY: BEXAR COUNTY FIRE MARSHAL'S OFFICE

Chief Investigator John Ortega of the Bexar County Fire Marshal & Emergency Management Office provides life-saving advice on preventing fires. He talks about the rash of fires recently and how you should never use your oven to keep warm. He says every sleeping area should have a smoke alarm and they need to be tested monthly.

01/05/2018

12-31-17 ARMY BASS ANGLERS/FOLDS OF HONOR/SAN ANTONIO BOAT SHOW

Cody Roberson of Army Bass Anglers and Diane Nemecek of Folds of Honor talk about their organizations' commitment to our military personnel and their dependents through the great outdoors. The Army Bass Anglers will be at the San Antonio Boat Show in January hosting the kids fishing tank while raising awareness about events to benefit Folds of Honor.

12/26/2017

12-24-2017 TOBACCO 21

Dr. Keely Petty of the Bethel Prevention Coalition and Jerry Saavedra of the American Heart Association talk about Tobacco 21, the proposed ordinance to raise the age to buy tobacco products to 21 in San Antonio.

12/17/2017

12-17-2017 SAN ANTONIO COUNCIL ON ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE

Abigail Moore of SACADA talks about the problems caused by substance abuse in the community. She discusses the social hosting law in San Antonio, designed to prevent underage drinking. She also talks about their prevention efforts and helping people get treatment.

12/13/2017

12-10-17 PLAN WHILE YOU CAN, DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE

Tommy Moreno and Laura Lopez of TxDOT and SAPD Officer Michael Thornton talk about the devastation that drunk and impaired drivers do. they are encouraging people who are celebrating this season to take the time to plan how they are going to get home safely. Officer Thornton talks about the drunk driver who nearly killed him and his lengthy recovery.

12/08/2017

12-3-17 CHILDREN'S SHELTER OF SAN ANTONIO

Dave Rios introduces volunteers and employees at the Children's Shelter of San Antonio, who talk about what the community enables them to do to help abused, neglected and abandoned children

12/08/2017

11-26-2017 CPS ENERGY: HOW TO SAVE MONEY ON YOUR UTILITY BILL

Albert Cantu of CPS Energy talks about ways of saving on your utility bill. He talks about various rebate programs they offer. He also talks about safely heating your home this winter.

11/22/2017

11-19-17 ARTIST FOUNDATION OF SAN ANTONIO

Artist Foundation Chair Susan Oliver Heard and artist Sabine Senft talk about the mission of the Artist Foundation of San Antonio and the role of artists in the community. The foundation is inviting artists to apply for $15,000 grants that will be awarded to support their projects.

11/16/2017

11-12-17 ABODE CONTEMPLATIVE CARE FOR THE DYING

DR. MARTHA JO ADKINS TALKS ABOUT ABODE CONTEMPLATIVE CARE FOR THE DYING, AN END-OF-LIFE HOME ON SAN ANTONIO'S NORTHEAST SIDE. SHE TALKS ABOUT HOW ABODE WAS FOUNDED AND HOW IT NOW NEEDS FINANCIAL SUPPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY.

11/10/2017

11-12-17 FIGHTING PANCREATIC CANCER AT PURPLESTRIDE SAN ANTONIO NOVEMBER 18

Rachael Sandahl and Peter Suess, volunteers with the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network invite everyone to the Purplestride walk/run at Six Flags Fiesta Texas Nov. 18 to raise money for PANCAN, which funds pancreatic cancer research. Rachael's father and grandmother died of pancreatic cancer; Peter is an 8-year survivor.

11/09/2017

11-5-17 PROJECT MEND: RECYCLING MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

Cathy Valdez and Denise Bennett from Project Mend talk about what their organization does, how they help people in need of medical equipment. They would like you to donate medical equipment to Project Mend when it is no longer needed. They also need volunteers and monetary donations.

11/01/2017

SAN ANTONIO FIRE MUSEUM HECTOR CARDENAS

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10/30/2017
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