Arts in the Valley, August 13, 2011, 8 PM, 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

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To listen to the interview on Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous, click onto the link:seg 1 mp3-3
Please join Arts in the Valley host Kim McMillon on Saturday, August 13th at 8 PM on 1480 KYOS AM as she interviews guests on Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous’ Free Information Session on Saturday, August 20th from 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM at Merced College. The informational session will be held at the Lasher Building, Room 111, 3600 “M” Street in Merced, CA.

For more information about Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous, please go to: http://www.foodaddicts.org

To listen to See Lee’s interview, click onto the link:seg 2
Kim’s second guest, See Lee, the Hub Coordinator with United Way of Merced’s Building Healthy Communities program will discuss Hmong culture, and her work as the co-founder of HMONG, Hmong Movement Organizing for the Next Generation, and as the President of Southeast Asian-American Professional Association. http://www.unitedwaymerced.org/buildinghealthycommunities.html

To listen to Judith Tannenbaum’s interview, click onto the link:seg3-8
Finally, Judith Tannenbaum will discuss her work teaching poetry to San Quentin prisoners. For over twenty-five years she has taught poetry to prisoners, primary-age children, continuation high school students, and youngsters at a summer program for gifted teenagers. She has written extensively on issues of community art and cultural democracy and is the author of Teeth, Wiggly as Earthquakes: Writing Poetry in the Primary Grades, The World Saying Yes, four chapbooks, and a portfolio of her poems. http://judithtannenbaum.com

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