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USO Golf Tournament 072218
AN INTERVIEW WITH JEFF KELLER AND DON LEINGANG FROM THE USO ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH MEMBERS OF THE MILITARY AND THEIR FUNDRAISING GOLF TOURNAMENT.
you know a kind of really starts back in 1941 when president Roosevelt said hey you know what inevitably we're gonna this nation is gonna go to war and how we gonna take care the morale. And welfare of those military men and women that are gonna join rate. And so the young you can S army in their building tanks in the navy has to build ships and so there wasn't real and we're obviously we're coming out of the depression so there wasn't really. Funding to take care of them and so. Roosevelt actually ask six organizations if you look on Jeff from my shirt she could see six stars and those six stars are
support system in ninety done users talking about the morale Latin president Roosevelt . Com was started to USO fork I can you see that on their faces when they come through the doors that you
AN INTERVIEW WITH TOM TEESDALE, VP OF MARKETING FOR ILANI ABOUT THE COWLITZ INDIAN TRIBE, HOW THEY BEGAN ILANI CASINO, AND THE IMPACT IT’S HAD ON THE TRIBE AND ECONOMY IN OUR AREA.
for many many years. Can you tell me about some of the economic impact that ill in his hand on the moon on the community. I'm sure I think the if first time. I could
Planned Parenthood 012917
AN INTERVIEW WITH STACY CROSS, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF COLUMBIA WILLAMETTE ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO AND CHANGES THAT THE NEW ADMINISTRATION MAY BRING.
was started by a Republican president. Because he understood the connection between economic freedom. And reproductive health he understood that they have a family can control their fertility in make choices that meet their families'
Alzheimer's Assoc 090416
AN INTERVIEW WITH TRACY MORGAN WITH ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION ABOUT THE DISEASE, THE RESEARCH BEING DONE FOR A CURE, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK.
but I'm paint chair while I'm out here and the united estimated economic failure 221. Billion dollar or so at the very picnic again. Not only shoot each carrier. Accuse the nation. When talking about
Sleep Train Toy Drive 112215
AN INTERVIEW WITH GINA DAVIS, VP OF MARKETING FOR SLEEP TRAIN ABOUT THE FOSTER KIDS TOY DRIVE HAPPENING.
in one of those things let's Foster kids and they're really not economic pie isn't. And look around it as he'd like nope didn't actually talking about that nobody's talking about these kids they're young
Mt Hood Kiwanis Camp 11.16.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH KALEEN DEATHERAGE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH MT. HOOD KIWANIS CAMP, A CAMP FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES.
it executive director with Mount Hood to wanna scam thanks so much economic fiscal today and talk about camp it's been fun thank you for inviting me today Carrie appreciate it. Yeah microscopes and Entercom
Supporting High School Sports
A discussion with John McCallum, from Prime Time Sports, about the upcoming Les Schwab Invitational, an annual High School Basketball tournament that benefits local schools. www.primetimepdx.com/lsinv
hang it from the rafters and worded. Found they understand what the economic impact is twelve you know period administration. It's a great thing not to let there for the political play -- know that
Tri-Met Public Transportation
A discussion with Neil McFarlane, the General Manager of Tri-Met, about the highs and lows of running one of the most successful public transit systems in the country. www.trimet.org
we got a few years here as we come out of this economic recession almost depression I think for a lot of us yeah Adam. And so we've got a rally but long term I think to future's
Feeding The Homeless
A discussion with Eric Bauer and Brian Merrell, of the Portland Rescue Mission, about the good work they do to keep our homeless and to get them off the street, as well as some useful advice as to how you can best help homeless folks you might run into. Their answer may surprise you. www.portlandrescuemission.org
good economy the more the economy goes down the more we see economic coming in the bear they're always there but -- get more predominant short distance we've seen a lot of people who want
just the -- is overwhelming other losers fouled and just. Just in depression just walk away from why it is it is shatters and those are our pilots regardless of the economy's. So again that'll help -- and trauma or just always there -- are very high contributing factors to homelessness. The economic factors again underemployment unemployment high cost of Celtic. That's getting more pronounced and I think we're seeing -- we see more --
A discussion with Glenn Montgomery, the Executive Director of the Oregon Solar Energy Association (OSEIA), about the benefits of solar energy and their upcoming event, The Northwest Solar Expo & Clean Technology Showcase. www.nwsolarexpo.com
because of the incentives that exist you might actually get a better economic payback. As well you know which it's. As an example the stage incentives. That's available through the Department of Energy you're actually