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Rachel interviews George Green former New Braunfels Councilman who tells Rachel about Juneteenth and the upcoming “Juneteenth Freedom Jubilee” on June 8th.

Rachel interviews Jamie Olson Program Manager for “Hunters for the Hungry” who tells Rachel about their organization and how they help to feed hungry Texans with donated game meat - facilitated through local food banks and pantries.

Rachel interviews Evan Partee Branch Director for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Comal and Guadalupe Counties. Evan tells Rachel about the upcoming fundraising event on June 14th “Fiesta at the Farmhouse”.

Alice Jewell talks about how the foundation has taken on the very important role of assessing and supporting the social and economic infrastructure in our community as it pertains to the non-profit sector of and how that affects other aspects of the city.

Rachel interviews Mary Jane Nalley Board member for New Braunfels Area Community Foundation. Mary Jane tells Rachel about “Lifeguards”, a fund for rescuing teens from suicide.

Rachel interviews Chris Douglas CEO with Communities In Schools. Chris tells Rachel about upcoming events in our community pertaining to Mental Health Month (May).

Rachel interviews Craig Russell USN Veteran CEO and Founder of the SS American Memorial at the Lazy U Ranch. Craig tells us about the Ranch, the reason he turned it into the memorial and how it serves soldiers. Craig also tells us about Freedom Fridays, and invites the public.

Rachel interviews Evan Partee Branch Director for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Comal and Guadalupe Counties. Even tells us how BBBS helps kids in our community and how we can volunteer.

Rachel interviews Susan White, Lead Forensic Interviewer for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Comal County. Susan walks Rachel through the forensic interview process and explains its importance in helping children who may have been through trauma or abuse.

Adam Robinson Executive Director with River City Advocacy and Counseling Center talks with Rachel about the upcoming fundraising event, “To Heck With the Blues”.

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