Southern Glazer’s Wines Charity, National Parks Selfie Stations and more.

Southern Glazers Wine & Spirits

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Locks of Love

This show begins with a nod to Southern Glazer’s Wines, who just gave $500,000 to charity. The charities were nominated and chosen by their own employees, and 50 different charities throughout the US and Canada received $10,000 each. Congratulations Southern Glazer’s Wines. We also take a look at how National Parks are providing ‘selfie stations’ to keep their visitors safe from taking selfies in dangerous locations.

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Other stories include the Kentucky Wildcats hoops team giving their Family Feud winnings to charity, a woman giving over 6 feet of her hair to Locks of Love, and how you can donate your own Air Miles or Airline Points to the needy.

Southern Glazers Wine & Spirits

 

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Albertson’s Golf Outing, Dolly Parton, and more

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This episode begins with a report of an Albertsons Golf Outing in Idaho that raised $2.9 million for charity. We also take a look at a new additional 2000 miles of bike trails that have been added in 8 states. We tip our hat to Dolly Parton, who recently gave $1 million to Vanderbilt Medical Center to help develop a covid vaccine. We bring up Charity Scams Alerts in light of the Haiti earthquake. To check the authenticity of a charity, you can check these 3 websites: CharityWatch.com, CharityNavigator.com, and Give.org.

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NFL Charities, Motorcycle Rides, and more

NFL Hall of Fame

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Legends Ride

We start the show with a look at the NFL season kicking off with the Hall of Fame game, and welcome the great work the NFL does with Breast Cancer Awareness. We also give a nod to new HOFer Peyton Manning and his work with Children’s Hospitals. August is a big month for meteor showers, and we report on the NASA Meteor Calculator for best viewing. We look at the $149,000 raise for the Black Hills Special Olympics with the Buffalo Chip Legends Motorcycle Ride. Other reports include a young man named Brian Swartz who has organized free landscaping for needy homes in New Jersey, that is now in 16 states. Learn more at www.Iwanttomowyourlawn.com. And we also mention a Suicide Hotline ideas for young adults, where the hotline number is printed directly on the student’s school ID card.

Mowing Lawns

NFL Hall of Fame

 

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Live from Murray State University, Kam Petty, and more.

Murray State

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Kam Perry

This episode begins with an interview from Murray State University in Kentucky.  We speak with Cam Petty, a member of the MSU Racers football team.  He’s also a representative on the SAAC, Student Athlete Advisory Council.  Cam shares with us a few of the Community Service initiatives he and his teammates are doing this semester.  We also take a look at Olympic Athletes who have sold their Gold Medal to raise money for charities and foundations.  This fall, Bill Russel will sell his 1956 US Olympic Gold Medal we won as the Captain of the USA Basketball Team, to raise money for his mentoring foundation.  We also take a look at an NFL player from the Colts named Kenny Moore, and his work with a charity called A Kid Again.

Murray State

 

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Shark Attacks, Parents Day, and more

Parents Day

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Happy Parents Day

This show begins with a look at social media responsibility, after Adam spoke on campus at Murray State University this week. An upcoming show will feature an interview with a member of their Student Athlete Advisory Council sharing the Racers’ community service efforts. We also report on shark week and the perceived dangers of shark attacks. We take a look at the history of Parents Day, which takes place on the 4th Sunday in July every year. Other reports include $200,000,000 donation from Jeff Bezos to the charities of TV News Pundit Van Jones and Celebrity Chef Jose Andreas.

 

Shark Attack

Parents Day

 

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State Fairs, Sunscreen Recall, The Beacon House, and more

Mariucci Family Beacon House

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Indiana State Fair

It’s State Fair season! So hats off and good luck to all the 4H and Agriculture competitors this summer. This show starts with a nod to State Fair Season, and a mention of a concert with Orleans, Firefall, and Atlanta Rhythm Section presented by Yacht Rock Radio at the Indiana Statute Fair. We also report on a recent Sunscreen re call, Tokyo Olympic covid protocols for the athletes, as well as a young man named Peter Frank who is riding his Unicycle from Wisconsin to Arizona to raise $100,000 for The Beacon House. Find out more about his journey and how to donate at WhereIsPeterFrank.com.

Peter Frank Unicycle Across the USA

Mariucci Family Beacon House

 

 

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Parenting Decisions, Pediatric Cancer, and more

Childhood Cancer

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This episode begins with a look at the tough decisions facing new parents everyday. From naming the baby, to deciding on daycare, a new parent will face more than 1700 hard decisions in the first year of the baby’s life. We also look at a very cool story of 2 different generations walking 100 miles to Fenway Park to raise money for Pediatric Cancer. Other topics touched on are loneliness, an increase in Alcohol Consumption during the pandemic, and more.

Welcome to Fenway Park

Childhood Cancer

 

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Fireworks Safety, Holiday Weekend Alcohol Awareness, and more

4th of July

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Firework Injuries

This episode features a conversation about Fireworks safety. With Sparklers being the number one firework that causes injury, we are all reminded that even the most normal firework can cause tragedy during your 4th of July celebrations. We also discuss alcohol awareness during the Holiday Weekend. This weekend is the number one holiday for beer consumption, so moderation and hydration will be very important at your cook outs and pool parties.

Fireworks Safety

Alcohol Deaths

Independence from Alcohol

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Fathers Day Weekend, RIP Debt, and more

Father's Day

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Happy Father's Day

We begin the show with a look at Fatherhood, in honor of Fathers Day Weekend. We also report on how retirement rates were affected by the Pandemic, revisit the 20 20 20 rule to help your eyesight defend itself against screen time, and talk about a foundation called RIP Debt that has paid off 4.5 Billion Dollars of medical debt for over 2.5 million families.

Father's Day

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World Record Push Ups, Tunnel to Towers, and more

Tunnel to Towers Foundation

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Nate Caroll

 

On this show we begin with a report of a Wisconsin man who just set the World Record for doing push ups in a year. Nate Carroll from Wisconsin did more than 1.5 million push ups over the course of a year, to raise money and awareness for the Tunnel to Towers Foundation. He did his 1,500,231st push up on the 50 yard line of met Stadium in NY, during halftime of the 48th Annual Fun City Bowl, an annual showdown between the FDNY and NYPD football teams. The Tunnel to Towers Foundation supports our nation’s first responders, veterans, and their families by providing these heroes and the families they leave behind with mortgage-free homes. For more about the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, please visit T2T.org.

 

Nate Caroll

Tunnel to Towers Foundation

 

 

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