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Five Minute Feel Good Podcast

Five Minute Feel Good Podcast

With so much negative in the world, Robin and KONO 101.1 are bringing you some light and happiness to brighten your day!

Boyfriend becomes hero saving cat from being washed away from hurricane Ian

Feel Good Story of the Day! Hero Boyfriend saves a cat that was caught in Florida hurricane winds and rain and they plan on keeping her. They should name her Stormy. 😊

Man with autism starts his own business

A man with autism is making a difference in his community by starting a successful cardboard recycling program. Here is Ashton Gilbert who started the business called 'UnBoxed'

Once a mechanic, now a doctor at 51

Feel Good Story of the Day An auto mechanic, who always dreamed of becoming a doctor, has officially become a physician at 51 years old.

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KONO Public Affairs Podcast

KONO Public Affairs Podcast

Chrissie Murnin brings you interviews and insight into people helping others in the San Antonio area. Check in each week for another amazing and inspirational story.

10-9-2022 EACH ONE TEACH ONE, IMPROVING LITERACY SKILLS IN SAN ANTONIO

Each One Teach One Executive Director Deborah Siller-Cruz and board member Shay Wilson talk about their program to improve the literacy skills of adults who are considered functionally illiterate, roughly 25% of San Antonio's population. They explain the economic consequences of illiteracy. They invite people to become volunteers or donors to Each One Teach One.

10-2-2022 FORD DRIVING SKILLS FOR LIFE: HELPING YOUNG DRIVERS

Mike Speck, spokesperson for Ford Driving Skills for Life, talks about the free program that gives young drivers and their parents "hands-on" experience to improve driving skills. He talked about factors involved in crashes. He said they advise all drivers, regardless of age, to focus on driving by having both hands on the steering wheel and eyes down the road.

9-25-2022 SAN ANTONIO FOOD BANK: FIGHTING HUNGER, FEEDING HOPE

Eric Cooper, CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank, talks about the challenge he and his team have faced continuously since the pandemic began. Practically overnight, the number of people needing help doubled, to 120,000 a week. While that number has dropped, supply chain issues, inflation and high housing costs keep the pressure up. He says they couldn't operate without the generosity of the community as well as hundreds of volunteers.

Robin Flores’s upbeat personality and San Antonio’s KONO 101.1 Morning Show go together like a Pinata at a birthday party!! The Morning Show is stuffed with fun and goodies with listener calls, contests and cash prizes.


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