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5-20-18 SAN ANTONIO COUNCIL OF ALCOHOL & DRUG AWARENESS

Abigail Moore and Vickie Adams of the San Antonio Council on Alcohol & Drug Awareness talk about keeping underage children away from alcohol. The said the average age that children have an encounter with alcohol is 11 1/2! They also talk about the social hosting ordinance in San Antonio and the responsibilities of the person hosting a party.

05/16/2018

5-13-18 KEEPING KIDS SAFE, PREVENTING INJURIES AND DEATH

Preventable injuries are the number one killer of children in South Texas. Mandy Fultz, the Safe Kids Project Coordinator at University Health System talks about all of the things that parents and caregivers can do to keep children safe. She invites everyone to a Safe Kids event at the Lowe's of Alamo Ranch on Saturday, May 19.

05/09/2018

5-6-18 NATIONAL TRAVEL & TOURISM WEEK: VISIT SAN ANTONIO

Richard Oliver of Visit San Antonio talks about the significance of tourism in San Antonio and the huge impact on the local economy. This year is especially festive due to San Antonio's Tricentennial and the myriad of events associated with the city's 300th birthday. He talks about what draws visitors and what brings them back again.

05/02/2018

4-29-18 SAN ANTONIO CANCER COUNCIL

San Antonio Cancer Council President Beverly Koehn and Dr. Ruben Mesa, Director of the Mays Cancer Center at UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson, talk about the intense fight against cancer in San Antonio and what they are doing in terms of prevention, treatment and research at the Cancer Center. The Cancer Council invites everyone to their biggest fundraiser, the 2018 Spring Luncheon on May 7 at the Omni Colonnade.

04/26/2018

4-22-18 SA FIRE PRESENTS THE 2018 YOUTH EMPOWERMENT SUMMIT

Laviana Hampton and Vincent Hillyer invite the young people of the community to the 2018 Youth Empowerment Summit, on July 8, at the Wheatley Heights Sports Plex. The theme is perseverance and they'll spread the message of "never give up!" They also would like some donations and volunteers to help with the summit.

04/19/2018

4-22-18 CLARITY CHILD GUIDANCE CENTER

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and Dr. Joshua Essery and Michele Brown of Clarity Child Guidance Center talk about mental health care for children and the 5th anniversary of their One in Five Minds program. Because children of military personnel face unique challenges, Clarity has developed information helpful to the military community.

04/19/2018

4-15-18 NORTHEAST LAKEVIEW COLLEGE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF LEADERSHIP AND SUCCESS AND ADAPT: CHASING THE DRAGON

Dr. Keely Petty of the Bethel Prevention Coalition and Northeast Lakeview College students Jessica Valeriano and Justin Perez talk about Chasing the Dragon, a documentary about the dangers of opioid and prescription drug abuse. The college is hosting a screening and discussion on Tuesday, April 24.

04/12/2018

4-15-18 MADD: MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING

Jackie Ipina of Mothers Against Drunk Driving talks about the continuing effort to stop drunk driving. She talks about the damage done to everyone involved in a drunk driving crash. She also talks about underage drinking and educating parents about when, why and how children get involved with alcohol

04/12/2018

4-8-18 NATIONAL DONATE LIFE MONTH - HAVE YOU SIGNED UP TO BE AN ORGAN DONOR?

Clarissa Thompson of the Texas Organ Sharing Alliance and Gwen Dunn, the mother of 2-year-old organ donor Caleb Dunn talk about the life saving gifts that come from organ donation. April is National Donate Life Month and TOSA has some fun things planned for the month to increase awareness about the great need for organ donation.

04/05/2018

4-1-18 PREVENTION, SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT OF COLORECTAL CANCER

Dr. James Prieto, a colorectal surgeon with the Baptist Health System talks about colorectal cancer, who is at risk for it and what steps you can take to decrease your risk. He talks about symptoms as well as advances in treatment and says surgery, chemotherapy and radiation are treatments that can help extend life. He also says early detection is so important.

03/28/2018

3-25-18 THE COMMUNITY OF AUTOMOTIVE PROFESSIONALS PRESENTS CARFEST

Chairman of the Community of Automotive Professionals Mark Colaw invites the community to Carfest at the Freeman Expo Hall April 6, 7 & 8. He says competitors are coming together to fix vehicles for deserving individuals, give away cars and teach young people the "ins and outs" of the profession.

03/23/2018

3-18-18 JESSICA'S PROJECT AT ST. PHILIP'S COLLEGE

Dr. Solomon Nfar, the Civic Engagement Trainer at St. Philip's College tells what led to the founding of Jessica's Project in 2012. He talks about the focus of Jessica's Project this semester and how the students are helping people in the community achieve better health and wellness.

03/14/2018

3-11-18 MAKE-A-WISH

Jill Skinner and Brenna Hill of Make-A-Wish and Wish Kid Maya and her family talk about Maya's wish and the other wishes granted to children with critical illnesses. Make-A-Wish has some fundraising events coming up, where you can get involved, and help them raise money to make wishes come true.

03/08/2018

3-11-2018 THRU PROJECT

Imagine turning 18 and being totally on your own. Sadly, that's what happens to many foster kids when they age out of the system. Elaine Hartle and Steve O'Donnell founded the THRU Project to help guide these young people to adulthood with caring adults who volunteer as advisers. They talk about the THRU Project's need for community support, in the form of monetary donations and volunteers.

03/06/2018

3-4-18 WILDLIFE RESCUE & REHABILITATION

Diana Reyes and Kelly McCoy of Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation talk about the organization's 41 years of service, rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing native wildlife. They invite everyone to their March 15 fundraiser, Win a Wild Ride to Save Wildlife.

03/01/2018

3-4-18 THE BIG GIVE, EVERY WOMAN CAN AND GREEN SPACES ALLIANCE

Scott McAninch of the Big GIve talks about the day of giving on March 22. Shan Wiley of Any Woman Can and Gail Gallegos of Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas talk about the work of their organizations, two of the more than 600 participating in Big Give.

02/28/2018

2-25-18 EACH ONE TEACH ONE

Each One Teach One Founder and Executive Director Carolyn Heath and Leonora Walker, an adult learner, talk about the adult and family literacy program that aims to change the grim statistics about San Antonio's adult population: one in four is functionally illiterate. Leonora talks about how her life has changed since she sought help from Each One Teach One.

02/21/2018

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
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