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.
Visiting Nurse Service is celebrating 100 years in Rochester! CEO Jane Shukitis joins Mark Shuttleworth talk about the evolution of how the Public Health Nursing Association, started by women by the way, became VNS as we know
The American Diabetes Associations annual Tour De Cure is Saturday June 8th. ADA Regional Director Bob Russell and TDC Organizer Kerrie Merz join Marti Casper to talk about the impact the event has on treatment and someday
University of Rochester Assistant Stroke Center Neurology Coordinator Christine Boerman and Dawn Martin, and NP at the Stroke Center are helping organize the annual Heart Walk on April 6th. It’ll start and end at Blue Cross Arena.
Marti speaks with Mark Dwyer, the Communications manager for Foodlink and Chris Guarniere, Director Of Support Services for the Boy Scouts Of American Seneca Waterways Council about the upcoming Scouting For Food and how vital it is
Maggie Strickland and Meals On Wheels Director Margaret Schweizer and Matt Footer from UR Home Care talk about the Meals On Wheels program. Last year they celebrated the 60th year of offering free hot meals to thousands
This month we focus on eating disorders on Legends 102-7. WNYCCCED Director Mary Tantillo and Ali Wilkosz, Director of The Healing Connection Clinic, join Marti Casper to dispell myths about eating disorders and the desperate need for
Denyse Clark, of GRASP, Greece Residents Assisting Stray Pets, sits down with Maggie Strickland to talk about the need for volunteers and fosters for their 100% volunteer organization that is committed to reducing the number of homeless
Sharon Mathiason founded Moonshadows Spirit 10 years ago after her daughter took her own life to escape from a fourth relapse of an eating disorder at the age of 26. Jennifer started a blog to help other
Studies show that January is the most depressing month of the year, due to post holiday blues, weather and a lack of sunshine. Those who already suffer from depression may find it even more difficult to cope.
The YMCA of Greater Rochester continues to offer so many programs for everyone in the community. Pam Cowan, Chief Marketing Officer and Jeff Cogan, Southeast Y Executive Director join Marti Casper to talk about health and wellness