The Broadway Joe Talk Show – May 3, 2018

May 03, 2018

-LaMeria Triplett, English Instructor and Ida McIntyre, Math Instructor at SIATech (School for Integrated Technology & Academics) | SIATech Little Rock is a tuition-free public charter high school designed for students who need to get back on track to graduation.Their focus is on drop out recovery and prevention.  Morning and afternoon sessions are available and allow students to work at their own pace. The school is fully accredited by Arkansas Department of Education and also partners with the UALR Trio Program.  Students ages 15-21 from Pulaski County, Benton, Pine Bluff, White Hall, Conway, Cabot, Sheridan, and Hot Springs are given an individualized learning plan that shows what credits they have and what is needed to complete their diploma requirements.  To enroll and learn more, visit the campus at 6724 Interstate 30 in Little Rock or call 501-562-0395 or go online at www.SIATechSchools.org.

-Jannie Cotton, Chief Executive Officer at Professional Counseling Associates | May is Mental Health Month and each year millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness. Professional Counseling Associates (PCA) offers pathways to wholeness, healing, and hope through caring and effective mental health services. They respond to the needs of individuals in an ethical, accessible, safe, and professional manner. Services include an outpatient program for counseling individuals or groups; a community support program for ages 18 and up, child & adolescent service system program, walk-in clinics and family resource center.  PCA covers Pulaski, Lonoke, and Prairie Counties and will work on a sliding fee scale. To learn more, visit them at 3601 Richards Road in North Little Rock or call 501-221-1843 or visit www.pca-ar.org.

-Benard Bracely, Coach of the North Little Rock Wildcats and Event Organizer | IYFL (Independent Youth Football League) presents 7 on 7 Spring Football, Saturday, May 5th at 9 a.m. at Central High School 1500 South Park Street in the Quigley Stadium in Little Rock. This event is for Quarterbacks, Receivers, Running Backs, Tight Ends, Defense Backs, & Linebackers who want to improve their crafts, along with other skilled players.

  • 7 & 8 year old division will begin at 9 a.m
  • 9 & 10 year old division at 10:40 a.m
  • 11 & 12 year old division at 1:20 p.m.

This event will be the first of four weeks of the 7 on 7 Spring Football.  Upcoming dates will be May 12th, 19th, and 26th at various sites.  Check the website for updates and the locations. For more information, call 501-541-9125 or visit www.eteamz.com/iyfl

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