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Depot Park parkrun

Toda’s episode features Depot Park park parkrun. parkrun is a free weekly 5k event for people of all abilities whether you walk, job, run or volunteer. Participants come to Depot Park in Downtown Gainesville every Saturday morning at 7:30 a.m. Shauna Dixon and Kristen Bryan who have been with the …

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Lauren’s Kids

Today’s episode features Lauren’s Kids. The organization, founded by Lauren Book a victim of childhood sexual abuse, seeks to prove that sexual abuse is preventable through education and awareness. Lauren’s Kids lead educator Mary Brandenburg and Sherry Kitchens, president and CEO of the Child Advocacy Center of Gainesville share their …

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Climb for Cancer Foundation

Today’s episode features the Climb for Cancer Foundation and co-founders Ron Farb and Diane Farb. The Climb for Cancer Foundation has raised more than $1.5 million so far to provide support to those battling cancer and to help ease the pain and suffering of those affected by the disease. Ron …

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Curious Traveler – Saturdays at 5 p.m.

Remember when you were young and had that childlike wonder about everything you saw? Well, Christine van Blokland, the Emmy-winning host and writer never quite outgrew that inquisitive phase. As an arts and travel reporter for the past 20 years, she now shares that insatiable curiosity for the exciting, inspiring …

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Ronald McDonald House of North Central Florida

Today’s episode features the Ronald McDonald House of North Central Florida. The Ronald McDonald House has been keeping families close to seriously ill children since 1982 by providing the comforts of home to those traveling to Gainesville to seek medical care for their child. Executive Director Sherry Houston, Event Coordinator …

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Pace Center for Girls

Today’s episode features the Pace Center for Girls in Gainesville. The Center is recognized as a national model for reducing recidivism and improving school success, employment and self-sufficiency for girls. Executive Director Natalya Bannister and Pace Center student Ireland Dryer talk about the history and accomplishments of the Pace Center …

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Aces in Motion

Today’s program features Aces in Motion. The organization uses tennis to promote character development, academic achievement and a healthy lifestyle to people of all abilities, with a focus on under resourced communities. Executive Director Addison Staples and Board Member and Alachua County School Board Members Tina Certain share their experiences …

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