Tue, 31 May 2016
Come on down to Summit Healthcare on June 11th from 9 am to 1 pm and not only find out about all the Health Services in the area from over 30 vendors, but get FREE Health Screenings as well.
The event will be held at Summit Healthcare at 2200 E Show Low Lake Rd, Show Low, AZ 85901 outside under a very large tent you just can't miss.
Listen as Angie Kolling of Summit Healthcare talks all about the fair and some other events going on the day.
Fri, 27 May 2016
Recorded at Show Low City Hall, here you can find out what the City has planned for the next couple months.
Jacob from Planning and Zoning talks about Project Clean Sweep and then zoning issues related to Sheds
Jay talks about an upcoming concert series
Carrie from Parks and Rec talks about 3 cool events in June and the 4th of July
Gabrielle fro Show Low Library chats about Summer Activities.
Thu, 26 May 2016
RYAN DAVID ORR
For almost two decades, Ryan has been a major player on the American folk scene. A singer-songwriter and experienced musician, he has traveled all over the United States playing in many of folk music’s legendary venues. For Ryan, performing and writing is a family tradition. His grandmother played sax and clarinet and his mother was a professional folk singer. Growing up in Ashland, Oregon, Ryan traveled with his mother to venues and festivals up and down the west coast. So, it was only natural when Ryan started to join his mom on stage, playing the violin by age seven and learning the guitar at 12.
- See more at: http://www.ryandavidorr.com
Tue, 24 May 2016
Sergeant Shawn Roby of the Show Low Police Department talks us through the traffic detours that will Occur Saturday June 4th in Show Low, during the Derby Down the Deuce and the Deuces Wild Triathlon.
If you are headed to the Cruzin The Rim Car Show, this will be very important.
Tue, 24 May 2016
Recorded at the Birdman Media Studio in Pinetop Lakeside.
The Community Shout is how you the listener can come in and tell what you've got going on. From charity events, to fundraisers and even just to comment on how cool your neighbor is, just stop by Tuesday at 10:00 am to The Chamber's Visitor Center, have a seat and tell everyone what's going on.
Video Preview at https://youtu.be/Eyety-n3mJ8
This Weeks Guest;
Matthew Williams - Town of Pinetop Lakeside Parks and Rec
The following are the sponsors of the BIRDMAN ON THE MOUNTAIN show, please visit them and give them your support when you can, as they make this show possible.
Premier Sponsor - Cellular One
Your Hometown Sears (Celebrating 20 Years on the Mountain)
Fri, 20 May 2016
Birdman sits down with the band and then Jeff to talk about the band and the Naked Mobile Summer Music Concert Series.
Thu, 19 May 2016
Birdman sits down with Barbara Hatch after the Show Low Veterans Heritage Project book signing.
A Unique Model for the Enhancement of Education
Military history is the subject, but the skill sets developed by the students are much broader, more personal, and the experience is life altering.
The scope and sequence of VHP teaches high school students real work skills that will enhance their adult lives. Simultaneously, the veteran interviews have proven to be a major catalyst for personal and academic goal setting, as well as creating a passion to work for a social cause.
Interview Preparation and Research: Interview Preparation requires in-depth research. The students conduct an interview with a “stranger,” developing questions, creating a “personal” atmosphere, and listening attentively as each veteran tell his/her own story.
Bio for Barbara Hatch, Veterans Heritage Project (9/22/15)
After growing up in Illinois, Barbara’s teaching career took her to Senegal with the Peace Corps, Iran, and the U.S. Virgin Islands until finally landing in Phoenix after Hurricane Hugo. Last year was her twelfth—and last— year at Cactus Shadows High School in Cave Creek, her 40th overall. She retired to devote her energy to her nonprofit, Veterans Heritage Project, her husband, and her golf game!
In 2003 Salt River Project offered 5 grants to high school students to document local history. Cactus Shadows students in the then-named Arizona Heritage Project archived the Cave Creek Christmas Pageant. From 2004 to the present, over 900 students have listened to, recorded, and sent to the Veterans History Project the military service stories of over 1,050 veterans from World War II to Iraqi Freedom and Afghanistan. We are currently working on Volume 12. We have expanded from one book to four!
Barbara’s students have been recognized by the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Society, Military Order of the World Wars, Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Military Order of the Purple Heart, Rotary, Kiwanis, and the Arizona and National Council for the Social Studies. She herself received the DAR’s Mary Smith Lockwood Medal for Education, the Copper Sword Award from Arizona Veterans’ Hall of Fame Society, and the Gilder Lehrman Arizona History Teacher of the Year for 2012. She has also received the Patrick Henry Silver Star award from MOWW, Freedom Foundation’s George Washington Medal, Arizona Social Studies Teacher of the Year, and placed in the Top Ten Arizona Teachers of the Year. None of this would be possible without her dedicated and patriotic students.
Barbara is excited to inform you her school club has grown to a 501© 3 that has expanded to 19 schools in Arizona and one outside Arizona—Marquette Catholic High School, her alma mater, in Alton, Illinois. Veterans Heritage Project’s vision is to add more schools in Arizona and across the nation to connect students with military veterans through the patriotism of our youth, ensuring the preservation of the freedoms for which our veterans fought.
Tue, 17 May 2016
Daran Wilson / Director of Medical Surgical Services Telemetry Unit
Daran joined Summit Healthcare in December of 2009 as the Director of the Med Surg Telemetry Unit. After spending the last 30 + summers vacationing in the White Mountains, she and her husband Mark, a retired Tucson Police Officer decided to relocate to the area they love.
Daran graduated with her BSN from the University of Arizona. Bear Down Wildcats! She was an Emergency Department charge nurse at University Medical Center Tucson from 1976- 2000. She also worked concurrently as a charge nurse at Northwest Medical Center ED Tucson from 1987-1991. From 2000-2009 she was the Urgent Care NCL then the Clinic Director at the Northwest Medical Center’s Rancho Vistoso Outpatient Clinic where she was responsible for the day to day functions of Urgent Care, Lab, Imaging, CT, MRI, Ultrasound, Mammography, Ambulatory Services including IV Therapy and a rotating specialty physician clinic.
Daran is very happy to be living in the White Mtns where she enjoys hiking with her friends, fishing with her husband and looking forward to visits from her grandsons who love coming to Grandma’s house!
Fri, 13 May 2016
Listen as Roger Clyne chats about the Stallion and why its parked outside of the Lion's Den.
Fri, 13 May 2016
Birdman Media Podcasts welcomes Uncle Herb's Health Center to the family of companies that support community events and the information you the listener have asked for to be better informer.
Listen as we introduce both Staci Scholl and Francis Baczek of Uncle Herb's and what they both do for the company, along with some of the commonly misunderstood things about the product they sell, Cannabis.
Topics to be covered in the future will be about How Patient Education, Methods of Use, Laws and Regulations, Recipes and everything you the listener would like to know about Cannabis.
As always please post up your questions and feel free to interact on the Podcast Page or the Birdman Media Facebook Page.