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Talk of the Town–This Week–Anthropedia Foundation

Join host Rick Wallace and his guest–Dr Kevin Cloninger-President and COO of the Anthropedia Foundation. They educate on way to become and stay healthy-positive-inspired-productive-and resilient-especially in the face of the stress and challenges of the 21st century. They employ as trainers experts in medicine-nutition-psychiatry-psychology-and public health in order to provide health education tools and programs for those seeking a sustainable ... Read More »

Talk of the Town–This Week–American Red Cross

Join host Rick Wallace and his guest-Cindy Erickson-CEO-American Red Cross-Greater St Louis Region. The Red Cross does so much more than blood drives and handing out blankets. You will be amazed by all the services they provide. Also–get information on their 2013 Lifesaver Awards Breakfast coming May 9th to the Frontenac Hilton. An inspiring event that is also the organization’s ... Read More »

Talk of the Town–This Week–Cancer Support Community

Join host Rick Wallace and his guest-Laura Rossman-Executive Director of Cancer Support Community. Their mission is to insure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge-strengthened by action-and sustained by community. The have an incredibly large number of programs and services which will be discussed. Also-find out about the Steps for Hope fundraiser Saturday May 18th at Creve ... Read More »

Talk of the Town–This Week–Downtown Children’s Center

Join host Rick Wallace and his guest-Susan Horn-Head of School at Downtown Children’s Center. They are a non-profit organization established in 1978 that is dedicated to srving the early childhood needs of parents that live and/or work in downtown St Louis. Find out about their programs–and–about a very cool auction fund raiser they are having very soon. ((pictured: Susan ... Read More »

Talk of the Town–This Week–Hope Happens

Join host Rick Wallace and his guests–Bob Kindle-Executive Director and Gabriela Inderwies-Development Officer for Hope Happens. Hope Happens works in collaboration with Washington University School of Medicine to bring hope to patients with neurodegenerative diseases by financially supporting cutting-edge research in diseases that share common underlying causes. Their great work will be brought out during the show–and also–find out about ... Read More »

Talk of the Town–This Week–Center for Survivors of Torture and War Trauma

Join host Rick Wallace and Kristin Bulin-Executive Director of Center for Survivors and Torture and War Trauma. This organization facilitates the healing process for refugee and immigrant individuals and families who have survived torture and war–helping them transcend the suffering and move toward healing and self empowerment. They have a very special event coming up in April as well. You ... Read More »

Talk of the Town-This Week-Veterans Business Resource Center

Join host Rick Wallace and his guest-Darcella Craven-Executive Director of the Veterans Business Resource Center. Their goal is to honor the men and women who have served our country and to assist them in the entrepreneurial endeavors–helping them transition military skills into small business success. Veterans helping veterans. Very cool. Find out all about their great work this Sunday morning. ... Read More »

Talk of the Town #2–This Week-Leukemia and Lymphoma Society-Gateway Chapter

Join host Rick Wallace and his guests–Kelly Wahl-Marketing Coordinator for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society-Gateway Chapter–and Kelly’s dad-Judge James D. Wahl. Lots of great things coming up with the LLS–including the ‘Hunt for a Cure’ Egg Hunt-coming to Forest Park Saturday March 23rd. A fun event for the whole family. Kelly has all the details. Plus-you’ll hear Jim Wahl’s story ... Read More »

Talk of the Town–This Week–Chesterfield Arts

Join host Rick Wallace and his guest-Stacey Morse-Executive Director of Chesterfield Arts. Their mission is to provide quality and diverse programming in visual-performing-and literary arts–and–to promote public arts and arts education–and–to act as a resource for arts information in the West County area. Lots of cool things coming up in the next several months. Find out all about it Sunday ... Read More »

Talk of the Town-This Week-Abandoned Paws Rescue

Join host Rick Wallace and his guests from Abandoned Paws Rescue–Mark Curfman-Founder and Executive Director and Ken Curfman-Operations Director. Mark started Abandoned Paws in November of 2011-when he was just 18. It has already grown to be one of the largest rescues in the St Louis area. Find out about their fostering and adoption programs and their ‘Puppies for Parole’ ... Read More »