Sep 13, 2018
Recorded at the Birdman Media Studios with WMI-TV, Show Low TV and Birdman Media in Lakeside.
The Community Shout is how you the listener can come in and share anything from charity events, to fundraisers and even just to comment on how cool your neighbor is at no cost! Just stop by on Tuesday morning at 10:00 am in the Birdman Media Studios, located next to The Hub in Lakeside, have a seat and tell everyone what's going on.
Video @ https://youtu.be/Iw57Rkz78-4
This week's guests:
Doc Skinner with 1028 Productions shares information about the White Mountain Disclosure-Con 2018 and Show Low Film Festival. Disclosure Con October 5th-6th at Hondah Resort Casino. Kids contest at 5pm Friday and Saturday, Adult Contest at 8pm Friday and Saturday night. VIP Pass, one hour early entrance, VIP line, free tshirt and poster, and new comic book. Sunday Night VIPs will have a fireside chat under the stars with the Celebrity Speakers!
Show Low Film Festival October 11th-14th at the Village 8 Theatre in Pinetop. Tickets for locals are 50%off!
Bob Moffett with Accord Hospice stops by to talk about the upcoming event Camp Soar. Saturday, September 22nd 9:30am-4pm (lunch provided) at Camp Tatiyee 5283 W White Mountain Blvd. FREE for ages 5-16.
What is Camp Soar? Has your child or a child you know experienced the loss of a significant loved one through death, divorce, or distance?
To register and Child contact: Keil McHenry 928.271.8013
Beth Gorman-Hackstadt chats about White Mountain Rock The Vote Festival. Show Low Fesitval Marketplace on Saturday, September 15, 2018.
The White Mountains Rock the Vote Festival is a nonpartisan family community event. Here is a unique opportunity to meet local candidates from all the major political parties and learn about issues in the upcoming election. the event will feature live music by Centerfire, Paloma Streetsiders and Gorky.
There will also be food trucks, a wide variety of local business vendor booths, and door prizes.
Kids activities include a special election “polling” place where they can participate in a fun “election” on a topic tailored just for youngsters — a great way to introduce them to the electoral process.
Allison Hephner with Navajo County Public Health Services District stops by to talk about Children with Special Health Care Needs. Special Kids with Special Needs Coalition is growing and making things happen! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and come be part of this coalition. They meet quarterly, next meeting is September 13th. Next one will be in December.