So good, No Good! The boys and girl from No Good stopped by Studio 490 to chat with me for a bit about the band, name drop a few of the areas heavy hitters and dreams of a degree in general accounting!! Although this band is relatively new on the scene, they are starting to make some pretty significant noise in the area and I''m sure we will be seeing and hearing...
Nancy Frantz published a book titled “A Journey Into The Heart Of Africa”. Listen, as Nancy and her husband Kerry, who is an Associate Pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Peoria, travel across 10,000 miles to a small village called. The story takes place in Zambia Africa as Nancy and Kerry set out to rescue 3 children from a world of poverty and suffering.
DEFINING OUR TIME
series of talks celebrating peoria area's past and looking to the future
NEXT FREE EVENT: MAY 25th at 5:30pm at the
Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce Building
100 SW Water St, Peoria IL
Our third event will feature Andy Zich of LifeLine Pilots and Gene Olson of the Metropolitan Airport Authority of Peoria, both are involved in making great things happen in the Peoria area.
Seating for Defining Our Time is very limited so RSVPs are required for attending the event personally; however, talks will be broadcast live via DefiningOurTime.com and PeoriaLife.com.
Running Central is owned by Adam and Marie White. Now the nations largest independently owned running shoe store. It is more of a movement more than just a shoe store. They host runs and events that have changed the landscape of fitness in the Peoria Area.
Mike McCoy talks about the creation of St Jude and St. Jude Runs. The St. Jude Runs, co-founded by Mike McCoy and Gene Pratt in 1982, is a relay-style event benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Runners begin their journey from St. Jude in Memphis, Tennessee, or one of 39 satellite communities, all concluding in Peoria.
Jason Parkinson of OneFire: Technology is improving our everyday lives. The problem is that as a society, we are taking advantage of the advancements that have been made, and not recognizing their significance. To solve this problem, we must understand that a simple piece of technology that improves a small part of our life, may drastically improve the life of someone else. OneFire President & CEO, Jason Parkinson, will look at technological improvements being made and the life-changing impact they’re having on people with disabilities.
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