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Education Matters 2: Mentoring

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Lamar and Tracy bring in special guests Chris Johnson with Young People of Integrity and John Eller with Catawba County Social Services to talk about the concept of "mentoring" and the impact it can make on students. The group also discusses how best to implement a mentoring program, and specifically talk about their "Lunch Buddies" program for helping middle school students. To learn more about the "Lunch Buddy" program, download a flyer at this link. To learn more about the Young People of Integrity program, please visit http://www.youngpeopleofintegrity.org. Read More »

Stepping Up Service 1: Getting Started!

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Alan Jackson (The Jackson Group, The MESH) and Ed Gagnon (Customer Service Solutions) sit down to record the first episode of their new series, "Stepping Up Service". This first episodes talks about Ed's background in customer service, what inspired him to help businesses in this area, and what "customer service" should truly mean to any organization. Plus, Alan and Ed both share some recent customer service stories — one positive and one negative. Read More »

I’m With the Band: Burning Bright

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Chad interviews the Hickory, North Carolina based rock band Burning Bright. The band talks about their musical influences, aspirations, writing style, and answer some of Chad's more off-the-wall questions. The band also plays two of their songs live in the studio. Total running time: 41 minutes. Host: Chad Austin. Special thanks to Chad Austin for the original show theme music. Read More »

Footcandle Films 2: Everything Must Go

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The Footcandlers discuss the latest Will Farrell film "Everything Must Go", which puts Mr. Farrell in a not-so-funny spot. The latest film news — the blockbuster, mainstream, franchise, geek movie edition — and two recommendations about as different as you can possibly imagine. One's about a Russian orchestra fighting for the recognition they deserve, the other is about a rubber tire that can kill people with its mind. See which recommendation tickles your fancy when you listen to the latest episode of Footcandle Films. Running time: 37 minutes. Hosts: Alan Jackson and Chris Frye. Special thanks to Chris Tullar for theme music. Read More »