We here at our stations are working to help out with breast cancer awareness. And part and parcel with that is working toward a cure. here are all sorts of creative ideas for how to try to solve this health conundrum. So we decided to take the bull by the... teats? I think my analogy is wrong here. But read on, brave internetter! I'll get my metaphors together soon.
The Kansas City Chiefs certainly have their fans abuzz with a 6-0 record. This start to their season prompted Kansas City Chiefs fans to go for the loudest crowd record that the Seattle Seahawks fans obtained earlier this season. It seems most people were paying attention to this record, including ESPN and the major networks. They were able to break the record last Sunday (Oct. 13), but if you didn't watch the pregame or weren't at the stadium, you may not have seen the world other record broken at the game.
The Sedalia City Council recently decided to uphold the smoking ban, which is necessary to protect the welfare of the public's health. The rights of the non-smoker have been up in flames until recently. Since Sedalia has eliminated smoking in public places, they should also eliminate other things in this town to make it more healthy for us all.
Dugan’s Paint and Flooring Center is hosting a License to Spill event with their Let’s Decorate for A Cure. It's an enormously fun way to just do everything your mother ever told you NOT to do inside the house.
This past Friday (Oct. 11), I was lucky enough to get out to the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center and rock out a bit with the great folks out there for their blood drive. These people were the epitome of working through hardship, I'll tell you that for free!
The Sedalia City Council met Saturday morning (Oct. 12) in a work session with only one item on the agenda: Sedalia's smoking ban. After the city council split 4-4 on a vote to leave the current smoking ban unchanged, Mayor Elaine Horn's tie-braking vote supported the option, resulting in no changes to the ban. The city council may revisit the issue in 60 days.
Project Community Connect (PCC) will be offering health services and resources to struggling families and individuals in Warrensburg, Mo on Oct. 18 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the University of Central Missouri's (UCM) Recreation Center. These services include free medical care, dental work, employment affairs and even haircuts.
Last week, we talked about how our radio stations would be working with the American Red Cross and the State Fair Community College on a big blood drive. Well, now it's coming up this Friday,Oct. 11, and we're all excited over here.
The Place at the Lake is a great organization down in Lincoln that works diligently for domestic violence awareness. They provide support, help, shelter and encouragement to those affected by domestic violence. They're reaching out to the folks of Pettis County and Sedalia with their new fundraiser, and it looks like it'll be a lot of fun!
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