Chip Maxwell invited Dave Nabity and Col. Hardy to join him for the entire final hour of his show this past Friday, leading into Memorial Day weekend.
This week’s show featured Heartland Family Services’ Heather Bird discussing the variety of services related to mental health needs their organization provides. Then, West O Chamber executive director Trevor Hudson invited the community to the upcoming Elkhorn Days events.
This week’s show featured ServeNebraska executive director Cathy Plager requesting nominations for the annual Step Forward Awards that honor volunteers across the state, Outlook Nebraska CEO Eric Stueckrath promoting their annual golf fundraiser and work they do for the blind and visually impaired, and Nebraska Governor Jim Pillen addressing the potential hit to the local ad economy due to a court ruling on pork production from California.
This week’s show featured Northpoint Nebraska vice president Mark Jones discussing the significance of Mental Health Awareness Month, and Playing with Fire’s Jeff Davis and Vanessa Marie inviting the public to their free community event this summer.
This week’s show featured the Omaha Parks Foundation’s Tiffany Regan, Mike DeBolt, and Nick Manhart describing the upcoming event to re-dedicate Omaha’s WWII Memorial Park, Omaha’s Cinco de Mayo festival executive director Marcos Mora inviting the public to the annual event, and Florence Community Theater’s Cecelia Sass promoting their performances of “Hotel Cali-Florence.”
This week’s show featured Omaha Girls Rock executive director Halley Taylor discussing their work to teach young women confidence through music programs, Creighton University’s Jeremy Fisher talking about his role in connecting employers with potential employees graduating this spring, and Dr. Bill Schlichtemeier promoting the Cornhusker State Game amateur athletic events.
This week’s show featured Joy Lewis describing the new Lightbridge app for those living with traumatic brain injury and/or PTSD, Emerging Ladies Academy CIO Tiffany Gamble discussing the work her organization does to promote STEM interest and careers for young, black women, and Parkinson’s Nebraska executive director Emmy Smith promoting their upcoming golf fundraiser for their efforts to help those with Parkinson’s Disease and their caregivers.
This week’s show featured Goodwill Omaha CEO Tobi Mathouser describing their new employment training center in South Omaha, and Assure Women’s Center board member Martin Cannon promoting the upcoming 2023 Imagine Banquet fundraiser for their resources for women facing unplanned pregnancies.
This week’s show featured Miss Lincoln Teen Maggie Wadginski discussing her push for resilience education via her book “GRIT is Our Superpower,” the Omaha Community Playhouse artistic director Stephen Santa announcing the new “VROOM” Mobile Sensory Theatre for autistic audiences, and Child Saving Institute development manager Aly Goedeken promoting their “Cabaret 2023” fundraising event.
This week’s show featured Allison Zach and Jenn Bradtmueller with ICAN promoting the annual ICAN Women’s Leadership Conference, Katie Fourney with SHARE Omaha and Garrett Ross with Habitat for Humanity highlighting the upcoming Do Good Days opportunities for volunteerism, and Dreamweaver Foundation executive director Cheri Mastny talking about what their organization does to enhance the emotional, social, and spiritual health of seniors and their loved ones.
This week’s show featured HeroFundUSA CEO Darrell Smith promoting their upcoming Safety in Sight fundraiser for local first responders in need of new equipment, Radio Talking Book program director Ryan Osentowski discussing their service for the blind and visually impaired, and Dr. Luke Nordquist responding to some breakthroughs in the fight against prostate cancer.