An interview with founder Zenobia Jackson, mentor Yvonne Herring, and mentee MaKayla Moore. They discuss the Butterfly Project Midsouth program and the upcoming, April 27th, 5k Race for Girls (in Tunica) to raise money for an educational trip to Washington D.C.
Recap of the Walk 4 Alzheimer's 5k Run & 1 Mile Walk in Tunica, MS
March 27th, 2018 10:14am
Interview with Jacqueline Boykin 1st place winner of the 1 mile walk,
TJ Harvey literal 1st place winner of the 5k Run
Zenobia Jackson 1st place winner of the 5K Run Women's division, and Debra Harris, coordinator of the event.
Zakiya talks about the Aspen Young Leaders Fellowship program coming to the Delta in Coahoma and Phillips Counties. The deadline to apply is 11:59 p.m. on February 14th. Apply at aylf.aspeninstitute.org.
Phillips Community College's Enrollment Management Director Von Daniels and Highschool Relations Coordinator Kyunta McCoy share about the things they're doing at PCCUA. Kyunta shares his story and experiences with youth, and Von shares his mission for non-traditional students and resources available for all.
Zipporah talks to the Director of Education at Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas Carol Birth about their GED Program, and the barriers and fears people sometimes face in pursuing education.
Pamela talks about the power of excellent customer service integrated through-out the entire business structure. She shares what will be covered at the Top-Notch Customer Service Workshop Thursday, November 9th, 2pm at the Chamber of Commerce in Helena.
Health and Wellness Coach Phil Taylor of the Taylor Made program, shares his heart. He talks about his national program, myths of healthy living & weight loss, the mental aspect, and inspires with words of encouragement. You'll also hear unscripted personal testimonies from some of his clients.
Cancer survivor Charlotte Wayman talks about the Guys In Pink car wash for the Delta survivor's cancer support group. The car wash will be on Saturday, September 16th at Fred's parking lot in Helena-West Helena from 10 a.m-12 noon.
Dana Thomas, Executive Director of The Forge For Families in Houston Texas, shares about their ministry before hurricane Harvey hit, and shared immediate needs they faced after turning their facility into a shelter for victims of Harvey. Mr. Thomas also shares how the gospel ties in to what's happening and the light they are showing to those in deep need at this time. Visit their website at www.forgeforfamilies.org.
The Hurricane Hunter Commander shares his experience, thoughts and feelings from flying into Hurricane Harvey. He talks of the unique conditions of different hurricanes and their aftermath. He shares the lessons from his line of work and ends with a message to Houston, Louisiana, and surrounding cities impacted by the hurricane.
Pastor Jamar Andrews talks about the Helena mission trip of Word Baptist Church (Jonesboro), next week, to join Isaiah Broadus and New Faith church for Vacation Bible School. VBS runs Mon-Wed June 26-28. Interview starts with a snippet of Jamar teaching.
Lieutenant Colonel Kevin Green, Commander of the Hurricane Hunters and 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, talks to Zipporah about his experience tracking hurricanes, and shares job opportunities in his field.