Every Sunday morning at 7, Marti Casper, Maggie Strickland, or Mark Shuttleworth talk with local men and women about organizations they operate to benefit our community.
Marti Casper speaks with Schottland YMCA Executive Director Jeff Cogan and YMCA of Greater Rochester Communications Manager Pam Cowan about the positive impact the newly opened Schottland Y has had on the community. It’s a national prototype–a
Hillside Director of Communication Erich Van Dussen and Program Manager Pam Ayers talk to Marti Casper about the programs at Hillside that help kids and families deal with issues that have torn some families apart at the
Gary The Happy Pirate sits down with Marti Casper to talk about the Pirate Toy Fund and the Toy Drive that starts Monday 12-2 at Eastview Mall and ends Saturday 12-7 at Strong National Museum Of Play.
Maggie Strickland speaks with Eastman House Curator Cathy Connor about the holidays at Eastman House. The Sweet Creations Gingerbread Display and Auction continues through December 15th and the Tabletop tree display and auction ends December 17th. Money
Mark Shuttleworth speaks with National Center For Missing And Exploited Children Executive Director Ed Suk about their annual big fundraiser, Dish It Out, their 35th anniversary celebration. It’s on Saturday November 8th at the Convention Center–it’s a
Marti Casper speaks with CAP Media Specialist Amy Blum and Adoption Specialist and Program Manager Veronica Black about the opportunity to meet and potentially adopt foster children in our community. They are holding their annual Home, Heart
Mark Shuttleworth is joined by Sister Grace and Stephanie Buchbinder from the House Of Mercy to talk about the Legends 102-7 Day Of Hope, to benefit The House, on Saturday November 23rd from 10 til 4 at
The 20th Annual Rochester Children’s Book Festival is Saturday November 2nd at MCC. Book Festival promoter Debra Ross and local author Keely Hutton join Marti Casper to talk about the joy and importance of reading, how kids
Bivona Child Advocacy Center Executive Director Deb Rosen and Events Manager Ashley Dotter join Marti Casper to talk about the upcoming Cheers For Children event on Thursday October 24th from 5:30 til 8:30 at La Luna Restaurant
Do The Right Thing was started in the Rochester Police Department in the past 10 years to recognize kids doing good in our community. It’s open to students in Monroe County and recently expanded to outlying areas.