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WOBN 97.5
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 22, 2019 Contact: Beth Dobish  VIP@nextleveltrainings.com (440) 231-8677   Volunteers of Next Level Trainings to join forces with non-profit, the Villedge
Creating a better world in connecting with “at risk” teens from difficult areas in Greater Cincinnati   CINCINNATI, OH – The 25th leadership class of Next Level Trainings has chosen to support Villedge Inc. of Cincinnati, OH. They are committed to raising $64,000, providing 256 hours of volunteer support, collecting tangible goods, as well as improving and creating Villedge’s infrastructure on November 30th with an Improvement Projects day. They will also host a fundraising event on Sunday, December 1st in support of their efforts at St. Mary’s School Gymnasium in German Village. The deadline for their commitments is December 5th, when they will host a celebratory event to present the donated goods and fundraising check to Villedge Inc.   Villedge, Inc. supports “at risk” teens who are in and out of detention centers, courtrooms, foster homes, shelters, and various schools. The labels placed on them, diagnoses, work plans, and programs in these difficult environments have shown no substantial life change. “As a result of this support from Next Level Trainings,” Katie Nzekwu, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Villedge Inc. stated, “we will be able to give to more kids and to our community.” The goal of the Villedge is to take these “at risk” teens and break the cycles of dysfunction, weaving them back into the fabric of their communities, to become leaders who empower the younger generation to do the same. “We are grateful to see our Villedge grow and for the love, enthusiasm, and support that is being given to us from those associated with Next Level.” This growth will continue to support stable foster care placements and teens in avoiding residential treatment and detention centers. “We view this growth as saving one life at a time and transforming it with love and compassion,” stated Beth Dobish with Next Level Trainings. “We believe the change starts with one person and continues to expand.”  Through connection and healthy relationships to safe adults, these teens move from surviving to thriving in their community. “Our whole vision for Villedge is predicated on the belief that people care about these kids just as much as we do and will join us to give them an opportunity to live a full life,” said Nzekwu, when asked what she envisioned for this youth center. Nzekwu went on to discuss the partnership with Next Level Trainings, “They have joined hands with us and united us in our humanity to recognize the power we hold to step into someone’s story and drastically change the outcome.”   The last day to give to this fundraising effort is December 5, 2019. To RSVP to the December 1st event being held in German Village, contact Laya Fodor (419) 606-7821 or Cindy Taylor (859) 806-7218. 

For more information on the fundraising campaign, visit: www.nextleveltrainings.com/thevilledge.
To learn more on the chosen charity, Villedge, visit: www.thevilledge.org.
To access information on Next Level Trainings, visit: www.nextleveltrainings.com.    ### Next Level Trainings is a transformational training organization that supports individuals and teams in unlocking their power, passion, and purpose. The trainings are innovative and have been meticulously designed to create a positive impact and lasting results. By drawing on theories from psychology, linguistics, neuroscience, sociology, and organizational development, these trainings have been proven to make substantial and sustainable improvements for thousands of people. The organization is dedicated to connecting with worthy causes that serve the needs, well-being, and happiness of the people of Columbus and beyond. Participants of all ages and backgrounds are current students within the Next Level Trainings VIP program and are charged with creating a month-long service project that has a lasting tangible impact on the community.
By: Kaleema on November 23, 2019

Central Ohios NPR Station 90.5 (WCBE)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 23 2019 Contact: Beth Dobish  VIP@nextleveltrainings.com (440) 231-8677   Volunteers of Next Level Trainings to join forces with non-profit, the Villedge
Creating a better world in connecting with “at risk” teens from difficult areas in Greater Cincinnati   CINCINNATI, OH – The 25th leadership class of Next Level Trainings has chosen to support Villedge Inc. of Cincinnati, OH. They are committed to raising $64,000, providing 256 hours of volunteer support, collecting tangible goods, as well as improving and creating Villedge’s infrastructure on November 30th with an Improvement Projects day. They will also host a fundraising event on Sunday, December 1st in support of their efforts at St. Mary’s School Gymnasium in German Village. The deadline for their commitments is December 5th, when they will host a celebratory event to present the donated goods and fundraising check to Villedge Inc.   Villedge, Inc. supports “at risk” teens who are in and out of detention centers, courtrooms, foster homes, shelters, and various schools. The labels placed on them, diagnoses, work plans, and programs in these difficult environments have shown no substantial life change. “As a result of this support from Next Level Trainings,” Katie Nzekwu, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Villedge Inc. stated, “we will be able to give to more kids and to our community.” The goal of the Villedge is to take these “at risk” teens and break the cycles of dysfunction, weaving them back into the fabric of their communities, to become leaders who empower the younger generation to do the same. “We are grateful to see our Villedge grow and for the love, enthusiasm, and support that is being given to us from those associated with Next Level.” This growth will continue to support stable foster care placements and teens in avoiding residential treatment and detention centers. “We view this growth as saving one life at a time and transforming it with love and compassion,” stated Beth Dobish with Next Level Trainings. “We believe the change starts with one person and continues to expand.”  Through connection and healthy relationships to safe adults, these teens move from surviving to thriving in their community. “Our whole vision for Villedge is predicated on the belief that people care about these kids just as much as we do and will join us to give them an opportunity to live a full life,” said Nzekwu, when asked what she envisioned for this youth center. Nzekwu went on to discuss the partnership with Next Level Trainings, “They have joined hands with us and united us in our humanity to recognize the power we hold to step into someone’s story and drastically change the outcome.”   The last day to give to this fundraising effort is December 5, 2019. To RSVP to the December 1st event being held in German Village, contact Laya Fodor (419) 606-7821 or Cindy Taylor (859) 806-7218. 

For more information on the fundraising campaign, visit: www.nextleveltrainings.com/thevilledge.
To learn more on the chosen charity, Villedge, visit: www.thevilledge.org.
To access information on Next Level Trainings, visit: www.nextleveltrainings.com.    ### Next Level Trainings is a transformational training organization that supports individuals and teams in unlocking their power, passion, and purpose. The trainings are innovative and have been meticulously designed to create a positive impact and lasting results. By drawing on theories from psychology, linguistics, neuroscience, sociology, and organizational development, these trainings have been proven to make substantial and sustainable improvements for thousands of people. The organization is dedicated to connecting with worthy causes that serve the needs, well-being, and happiness of the people of Columbus and beyond. Participants of all ages and backgrounds are current students within the Next Level Trainings VIP program and are charged with creating a month-long service project that has a lasting tangible impact on the community.
By: Kaleema on November 23, 2019

WMYZ 88.7
To whom it may concern: I am with Wildwood Masonic Lodge No. 92 F. & A.M. We are hosting a Christmas party for needy Children on December 21, 1:00 p.m. Santa at 2:00 p.m. Pizza, Face Painting, Clowns, Gifts and it would not be a real Christmas party without Santa Claus. This party is to help the less fortunate. All Children should have some kind of Christmas. I am not asking for Donation’s for the Children, and don’t want you to tell about it before hand. I was just wondering if you would be able to come to Wildwood Masonic Lodge, and does a little broadcast and show, during this time of year everyone should help out. Maybe this will show people in the future to give to the less fortunate and help out. I hope to hear from you soon. You can reach us at wildwoodmasoniclodge@gmail.com, Talk to you soon. Wildwood Masonic Lodge
By: Anonymous on November 23, 2019

Q 96.1 (WQHR)
How would I find out about the Boston Bruins trip that is scheduled for February 15....cost, availability, schedule??
By: Michele Martin on November 23, 2019

Classic Oldies 90.3 FM (WRBK)
Hi Folks, I live in Monroe, NC and discovered this station by accident while waxing my vehicle in the garage. I have a high-end Grundig portable radio and it picks up your signal pretty well. I cannot believe a station like this exists!! I am a "baby boomer" and love your music. You "have it all over" any of the Sirius-XM stations for choice of music. I have heard songs on your channel that I haven't heard in many years. Also, virtually no talking or commercials. Awesome!! My one and only complaint is that I wish your could increase your broadcast power. I would never move the dial on my vehicle if you did that!! Thanks for the great tunes. Sincerely, Jim Griffin
By: Jim Griffin on November 22, 2019

KORJ 97.7
Have enjoyed the wonderful programming since first coming on the air. Initially the signal boomed in here at Prospect Oregon (24 miles from Butte Falls) and it was the only station on my dial. Recently the station went down (Off the air) for several days but when it returned the signal is so weak I cannot receive it over the air. I am assuming technical difficulties and that the station is temporarily broadcasting on a weaker back-up system. Please tell those of us here in Prospect that there are plans in the works to return to full power in the future. Thanks in advance, Chuck.
By: Chuck Coleman on November 22, 2019

KCZP 93.7
Hello KCZP 93.7 FM! My name is Katherine Pickhardt and I am a Casting Assistant with JS Casting. We are NOW CASTING couples in the armed forces, for a military relationship docuseries, that will be airing on a major cable network. I wanted to share with you, this amazing opportunity! We are in search of military/civilian couples that have found love online but haven’t yet been able to begin their lives together in person. - Are you in an online/long distance relationship with a member of the armed forces? - Are you in the armed forces and dating a civilian you met online, but haven’t actually met in person? If so, we want to hear from you! This is a heartwarming BRAND NEW series, that is looking to unite/reunite military couples! Our soldiers fight hard for our country and we would love to be able to help them out in any way that we can. Please feel free to post this on your website/forward it along to anyone whom you think may be interested. Any help, would be greatly appreciated! To find out more information on our company, please visit our website at www.JSCasting.com. For any questions, or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at: militaryrelationshipdocuseries@gmail.com. Best, Katherine Pickhardt Casting Assistant JS Casting Inc. 212-359-9381 katherine@jscasting.com
By: Katherine Pickhardt on November 22, 2019

WRHV 88.7
Hi - could you please tell me what was playing today at about 1:15 PM - Thanks Jerry
By: Jerome Goldberg on November 22, 2019

94.1 The Sound (KSWD)
Leslie Foster of WUSA9 News is giving several of her colleagues that work for 9 News several blowjobs at various motels in D.C. and I want Leslie to suck my cock and give me some money since that my wife is humping other guys at some homeless shelters as she is sucking their cocks and giving them money. Leslie is a pretty bitch that gives good hobbles and that is good news. Pretty bitches got money too. I thank you for your service! Contact at 202-895-5999 to reach Leslie Foster for details. Thank you real good!
By: Gordon Paas on November 22, 2019

KOMO Newsradio 97.7
I live in Portland Oregon and want to listen to the Washington State Quarter final HS football game being played at Spanaway WA on Saturday the 23rd 6pm. Would I be able to pick up KOMO news from Portland . If not, can you recommend station that will cover?
By: Shirley Toth on November 22, 2019

WZXM 88.1
Hello Have you seen "CD East Cheer Chasing Nationals"? The Central Dauphin East High School Cheerleading Competition Squad has qualified to participate in the Universal Cheerleaders Association National Competition in Orlando, Florida, February 7-9, 2020. This group of 15 young ladies has worked tirelessly to perfect their routine which in turn has earned them a spot in this elite competition in both the Traditional and Game Day divisions. On average it costs $1200.00 per cheerleader to attend Nationals. The majority of the cost for the trip comes from airline tickets, lodging, expenses the girls will encounter while on the trip, and a competition fee. While some families are fortunate enough to be able to cover the cost, many of the cheerleaders must help pay for the expenses. This group of amazing individuals truly shows what it means to be supportive. The cheerleaders spend countless hours in support of the CD East High athletic teams and are focused on community support/involvement. They cheer at football, basketball, and wrestling as well as participate in events such as the Breast Cancer Walk, National Night Out, and donating to a Women’s shelter. You will also find them visiting elementary schools to raise awareness about the importance of doing well academically. Please consider showing your support of them by donating to this Go Fund Me. I thought you might be interested in supporting this GoFundMe, https://www.gofundme.com/f/1tf0czrjw0?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet. Even a small donation could help them reach their fundraising goal. And if you can't make a donation, it would be great if you could share the fundraiser to help spread the word. Thank you in Advance!
By: Melissa Martinez on November 22, 2019

WALD 1080
Hey, My name is Timo Metso and I´ m writing from Finland - Europe. My lovely hobby is DX-listening and try to hear intresting AM-Radio stations around the world, specially from the United States. I heard you Radio station WALD on AM freguency 1080 , 19.11.2019 at 07:00 UTC, so your local time have to be just before midnight? It is not usual station here in Finland among the DX-ers. Maybe this was third time heard in Finland. I could send a clip of my recording of your station if you want. Anyway a reception was quite good and I heard "WALD..on AM 1080 and 98.7 FM" Is it possible to confirm that i really heard your station? Have a nice winter and merry christams from Finland. Timo Metso Koskenlaskijantie 6 C SF-45360 Valkeala Finland Timo.Metso@aol.com
By: Timo Metso on November 22, 2019

WXBA 88.1
What a refreshing radio station. Wish I could get it in Nassau county. Keep up the good work!
By: Karen Kelly on November 22, 2019

FM 102.5 / AM 540 WFLA (WFLF)
Really disappointed that I answered the question for the "Sound Advice" contest on 11/21/19 and never heard from anyone on how to pick-up my prize (4 tix to Holy Tacomole). After I was announced the "winner" I stayed on the line, spoke with Melissa Fox for a few minutes. She confirmed my name, birth date, phone number and address. Then, she said I would be on a "list" which makes things easier but that she would text me all the information I needed to know. I haven't heard back and the event is tomorrow (11/23/19) from noon - 6PM. I tried to call the show line this morning (11/22) just after 6AM and the phone just rang and rang with no answer. I sent a text in the evening on 11/21 and again in the morning on 11/22. No reply. It's not like I won some super valuable thing. Tix are only $10.00/ea. for this little event. The thing is, I gave up my time to call in, to hold on the line, to call and to text and it's just not professional to not follow through on the promotion. My wife, my 15YO daughter, my 19YO son and myself were going to use these tix as an excuse to hang out and drive in to Orlando from the Cocoa area. Everyone was kind of excited about the situation. Now... not so much. I love Bud, Mike, Alan and Melissa, but you guys have to do better on your follow-through with stuff like this. Thank you,
By: Tom Bradford on November 22, 2019

KQLZ 95.7
What's Up With That"-Hot Release from Sunlight Prism Good Evening from Houston Texas John Madeiro and Steve Hennesey are the BMI writing duo of Sunlight Prism Our latest song “What’s Up With That” is now released and we were curious If there would be an opportunity to submit for airplay consideration? The Spotify link is… https://open.spotify.com/album/79kMjKlKDjOnSRJTyhOwSf Thank you for your time and consideration. John Madeiro 713.598.1414 Mobile
By: John Madeiro on November 22, 2019

KRJF 92.3
Is it possible for you to send a playlist for today, November 21, 2019, between the hours of 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. We are long time supporters of Pacifica Radio and have recently become aware of your station. We like what you are doing. In Solidarity, Jill & Jim
By: Gilia Humrich on November 21, 2019

KYCA 1490
Don't you have a website that tells the lineup????
By: robert on November 21, 2019

KOKT 103.9
We can be found on 90.9 MHz, not 103.9 MHz.
By: Michael R Reynolds on November 21, 2019

Q105 (WRBQ)
Commercials are entirely to long...…………..
By: Dennis on November 21, 2019

WKFB 770
Love hearing Cave Man Ralph taking over for Frankie Day.. Cave Man should be on more often. Please stop Frankie from constantly talking . Over the songs. CONSTANTLY TALKING. Speaking in the third person. Extremely annoying. I have to put up with his horrible behavior as I love the tunes he plays. Keep Cave Man Ralph. Love the whole program.
By: Kittie on November 21, 2019

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