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Rachel interviews Bonnie Surratt, Marketing and Funding Development with the Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation, who tells Rachel about many of the programs offered at the Senior Center and how you can get involved.

Rachel interviews Lee Wong, Program Manager with the New Braunfels Food Bank. Lee talks with Rachel about “Hunger Action Month”, he brings to light just how great the need is in our community and tells us all how we can help.

Rachel interviews JoAnn Daxon, Program Director for Recovery Werks, who talks with Rachel about how they provide help and support to teen, young adults, and families of those struggling with drug use and addiction.

Rachel interviews Julia Powers, Volunteer Program Manager with Hope Hospice, who talks with Rachel about the Hope Hospice thrift store, and the need they have at Hope for all types of volunteers.

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 Kellie Stallings, Executive Director with Connections Individual and Family Services, who gives Rachel an overview of Connections, she reminds us that September is “Suicide Prevention/Awareness” month, and she tells us how the United Way supports Connections and many other local non-profits and how they can help us to get involved to do the same.
Rachel interviews Louie Guzman, Development Manager at the New Braunfels Food Bank, who talks with Rachel about “Hunger Action Month” and many of their services and upcoming events.
Rachel interviews Kathleen Krueger, Director of Development and Public Relations for Hope Hospice, who tells Rachel about the sacred mission of Hope Hospice and how they differ from “for profit” hospice programs.
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 Chris Douglas CEO with Communities in Schools. Chris talks with Rachel about suicide prevention month and tells us where we can find valuable resources for mental health.
Rachel interviews Evan Partee Branch Director for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Comal and Guadalupe Counties. Evan tells Rachel about the need for “BIG” volunteers and the employee mentor program.
Rachel interviews Cassie Cantin Veteran Ambassador with “The Boot Campaign” who tells Rachel how she has benefited from TBC “Health and Wellness Program” and “Santa Boots” and how that inspired her to become a part of the organization.
Rachel interviews Jonathan Scalone MA, DMin, USAF (retired), and Spiritual Care Counselor at Hope Hospice who tells Rachel about the program called “We Honor Veterans”, honoring veterans who are patients with Hope Hospice
Rachel interviews Judy Hoffman, member of NB Women GO, who tells Rachel about how the organization loves to give money to non-profit agencies through grants, and how to join.


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