Arts in the Valley, Saturday (8 PM) & Sunday (2 PM), May 11 & 12, 2013, 1480 KYOS, Merced, CA

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Host Kim McMillon interviews author Fred Reiss about his book on beating cancer, and Jordan Cowman with Building Healthy Communities and Crissy Gallardo with the Merced Organizing Project about the May 14th Youth Rally in Merced, CA.

Fred Reiss shows you how to use humor and the power of your own life
and dreams and love to fight cancer, caregive, advocate for your best
care and reduce your suffering during treatment.
Fred’s been there and back . . .
Twice!
Death is inevitable. But that doesn’t mean it’s necessary.
You can outrank it.
Your life is the only weapon you have to fight cancer. Fred
shows you how to multiply and divide faster than cancer.
You have cancer, but cancer doesn’t have you. You have a life,
chemo has a half life.
Today Cancer Tomorrow The World is a 224-page paperback
with pictures. It’s 14.95 and can be ordered at fredforyourhead.
com, or on Amazon.
Fred knows how financially devastating cancer and chemo can
be. That’s why he is also offering Today Cancer Tomorrow The
World as a 99-cent eBook on Amazon.
Fred wrote this book to make it easier on the next person who
has to go through chemo and cancer.

To listen to Fred Reiss, click onto this link:

http://www.fredforyourhead.com

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Jordan Cowman, United Way of Merced County’s Hub Communications Specialist, and Crissy Gallardo with the Merced Organizing Project to discuss the May 14th Youth Rally on the steps of City Hall.
To listen to Jordan and Crissy, click onto the link:

Building Healthy Communities, Southwest Merced/East Merced County (“BHC, Merced”) is the central table where residents, organizations, and businesses in Le Grand, Planada, South Merced, and Beachwood/Franklin are working together to create communities where our children can grow up healthy, safe, and ready to learn.

Our mission is to be advocates of the Building Healthy Communities movement and support BHC Merced’s partners in making policies and systems changes by lifting up the community’s voices; connecting people, places, and resources; and providing leadership opportunities with a focus on our youth!

If you would like to look online for more information, check out http://www.bhcconnect.org and/or http://www.calendow.org. Apply for grants here: http://www1.calendow.org/grants

Merced Organizing Project (MOP) is a multi-culture and multi-faith based grassroots community organization that made up of local congregations, community groups, organizations, and individuals who are concerned about the well-being of families in Merced. MOP represents 17 organizations and congregations with over 3,000 families in Merced County.

http://www.mopmerced.org

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4 Responses to “Arts in the Valley, Saturday (8 PM) & Sunday (2 PM), May 11 & 12, 2013, 1480 KYOS, Merced, CA”

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