Rochelle Rose, Fund Development Director of People’s Self-Help Housing
This show is all about the programs that are provided by People’s Self-Help Housing, an organization that provides affordable housing and programs leading to self-sufficiency for low-income families, seniors, and other special needs groups on California’s Central Coast. To learn more, visit their website at http://www.pshh.org
Rinaldo Brutoco, President & Founder of the World Business Academy
Rinaldo Brutoco, President and Founder of the World Business Academy, explains that their organization and its Fellows are taking action to protect the world we live in and to be stewards, rather than exploiters of the Earth and its inhabitants.
For more information, visit http://www.worldbusiness.org
Don’t miss Seniors Have Talent 2014 on Saturday April 5 at 2 pm. It will be held at Marjorie Luke Theatre and proceeds benefit the Center for Successful Aging.
It sold out last year, so get your tickets soon! Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children. Purchase tickets at http://www.Seniors-Have-Talent.org
Lynda Tanner, Executive Director of Visiting Nurse & Hospice Care
Visiting Nurse & Hospice Care recognizes that healthcare delivery and access are in the midst of a turbulent transformation. On Tuesday, March 19, at The Fess Parker, they are presenting the inaugural Phorum: Perspectives in Healthcare, an event designed to bring key leaders from various sectors of the Santa Barbara healthcare community together to present their perspectives on issues affecting healthcare in Santa Barbara County.
Dr. Jerry Brown, director of the World Business Academy’s Safe Energy Project
Dr. Jerry Brown discusses the dangers of nuclear power plants. On March 3, from 5:30 to 7:30, the results of an in-depth study of radiation releases from the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant will detail cancer and other negative health impacts. Timing coincides with commemoration of the 3rd anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear meltdown.
When: Monday, March 3
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Where: University Club, 1332 Santa Barbara Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Sponsors: Santa Barbara-based action incubator, World Business Academy and the United Nations Association/Santa Barbara & Tri-Counties Chapter
Speakers: Dr. Jerry Brown, director of the Academy’s Safe Energy Project; Japanese Buddhist monk, Sawada Gyosen, who will set out on the Fukushima Memorial Walk from the Santa Barbara Courthouse to Diablo Canyon the next day; and Barbara Gaughen-Muller, president of the UN Association/Santa Barbara & Tri-Counties Chapter.
It’s free and open to the public! For more inf
Don’t miss this inspirational interview with Robin Monroe. Truly an angel in the Santa Barbara community, Robin (along with a bevy of volunteers,) prepares and delivers healthy meals at no charge to our homebound neighbors in need. If you’d like to volunteer for this wonderful organization, give me a call. Patti at RSVP: 805-963-0474. http://www.sbfoodfromtheheart.com
Support Jodi House by participating it their 7th annual Walk for Brain Injury on Saturday, March 1st. The walk will take place at Leadbetter Beach.
Registration Starts at 9:00 am. If you have any questions, contact Lia Manfredi: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jodi House empowers brain injury survivors to reconnect, rebuild and move forward together within our community. It supports both brain injury survivors and their families. The Jodi House day program offers activities to re-spark interests, foster new relationships and encourage the physical, cognitive and behavioral recovery of brain injury survivors. The Resource and Referral Program offers critical support and resources for caregivers and family members. By participating in the Walk for Brain Injury, you are supporting these services and allowing Jodi House to continue to expand their impact to those who need their services the most.
In his cutting edge book, D.A. Metrov discusses the steps he took to stop terminal cancer in its tracks. He also discusses the three fundamental factors that determine good health: proper diet, exercise, and stress (or mind) management) Metrov’s groundbreaking book is available at amazon.com
Kara Rhodes travels the world to bring us the ancient wisdom of indigenous elders.
Longtime Montecito resident, Kara Rhodes, has directed and produced her first film. Debuting at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, BridgeWalkers is an undertaking of enormous proportion and importance. The documentary shares a 20,000 year old prophecy and the extraordinary wisdom of tribal leaders from around the world.
Kara understands that ancient wisdom is here for all of us and says, “BridgeWalkers is a bridging of the mind to the heart, the heart to the land, and the land to the one human family.”
BridgeWalkers will be shown at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art on February 4th at 4:00pm. Directly following the documentary, there will be a chance to meet and greet several of the indigenous spiritual leaders featured in the film at the La Arcada Bistro. This is a once in a lifetime event that is not to be missed. The film will also be shown on February 5th at 8:30 AM at the Metro 4 in Theatre 4. Before the showing, a Chumash Elder will say a prayer and welcome the Elders that have come from a distance, the audience, and the spirit of the film. Tickets can be purchased online at http://sbiff.org/
A BIG thank you to Senior Programs of Santa Barbara and the International Film Festival for supporting the Young at Heart Radio Show.