The Broadway Joe Talk Show – December 13, 2018

December 13, 2018

– Guests: Christie Powell, Youth Director for Immaculate Conception Catholic Church; Pastor Glenn Heresy, Outreach Director and Shayla McCullough of St. Mark Baptist Church | The 14th Annual Little Rock Christmas Caravan: “A Holiday  Event for the Homeless & Near Homeless” will be Saturday, December 15th at the Clinton Presidential Center in downtown Little Rock. Volunteers collected donations to be distributed to the homeless and near homeless men, women, and children in the community.  A breakfast will be served from 8am-9am and Santa will begin to visit the various families and guests. This event is geared to reach over 800 people this year.  For more information or to make a donation, call 501-835-4323 Ext. 105.

– Guests: -Muskie Harris, President of 100 Black Men of Greater Little Rock |  A Christmas Gala will be presented by 100 Black Men of Greater Little Rock, Friday, December 14th at the Doubletree Hotel in the Ballroom in Downtown Little Rock. Reception will be held from 5:30pm-6:30pm and the Gala will begin at 7pm.  The 7th graduating class of the 100 Academy Mentoring Program will be honored, along with local leaders.  Service work of the chapter done throughout the year will also be highlighted. Which includes the 5th Annual Mentoring Across a Lifetime Conference, Community Partnership with Romine Elementary School, and the Education Choice Community Town Hall Meeting. The gala will feature a dinner, special presentations, and live entertainment.  For more information, visit www.blackmenglr.com

– Guests: Allie Freeman, Apprenticeship Youth Manager; Roger Robinson, AV/TV Production Instructor; and Theresa Harper, EMT/First Responder Instructor at Metropolitan Career-Technical Center |  Metropolitan Career-Technical Center, 7701 Scott Hamilton Drive in Little Rock, is the largest career and technical center in the state of Arkansas.  It serves the career and technical education needs for students within a twenty-five mile radius of Pulaski and Saline counties.  Metropolitan is well supported by the local business community, with over thirty active Partners-In Education.  Any student in grades 10th-12th can register for the various programs, some include Cosmetology, Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement, Culinary Arts and Science, Welding Technology, Advertising Design/Computer Animation, and more. For more information, visit www.metrocareertech.org or call 501-447-1200.

– Guests: Ronnie Hoof, Motivational Speaker |  Motivation is important for everyone. If people are not motivated, it’s unlikely that they’ll achieve their true potential.  Ronnie Hoof is returning to Power 92 to provide Real Deal motivation tips and nuggets in the mornings.  He will tell you how you can stay motivated in the situations of life.  For speaking engagements, contact Ronnie Hoof at 1-678-591-2222.

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