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Now displaying: June, 2016
Jun 27, 2016

Jim Sweeney:  Mike Rafone Cartoon Character

Jim Sweeny sold his successful company, Sweeney Sales, in May 2005. So what is he doing now?  He has created his Trademarked MIKE cartoon sports character to become the first universal animated brand in sports.

Besides penning 800 blogs, Jim has published 38 MIKE Sports Comic Books. All of the ebooks contain clever sports comics and light hearted commentaries on unique observations about sports.

The 58 year-old Sweeney still participates in sports (slowly!) as a masters athlete and serves as Head of USA for FIMBA - the governing body for masters basketball tournaments around the world.

For more click HERE.

Jun 20, 2016

Stella Kanterakis says her motto is Go Do Enjoy!

How did Stella get the motto Go Do Enjoy?  Stella was originally from Michigan. She was married for 35 years and is now divorced. She has 2 great sons with 2 wonderful daughter-in laws, and 1 beautiful granddaughter. She taught 3rd grade for 10 years and then retired to raise her son's. (Which was her 2nd career). Then, she took a job at Bullocks (now Macy's) for a short term position which turned into a 3rd career of 19 years.

Stella was so ready for retirement she even made a big production on her last day of work including music, props, audience & video made for posterity, and that's why her motto is Go Do Enjoy!

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Jun 13, 2016

Vikki is an international best-selling author, humor blogger, and inspirational public speaker.

She wrote the book, "Shake, Rattle, and Roll with It - Living and Laughing with Parkinson's".  Of course since my father has Parkinson's Disease, I had to get her on the show!  She did not disappoint!  We talked about her book, her life, and our ailments, including my own dystonia.

Shake, Rattle, and Roll with It- Living and Laughing with Parkinson's:

Read more HERE

Jun 6, 2016

Carrie McClellan is helping seniors through ElderHelp of San Diego.

Elderhelp is a non profit organization that helps seniors live independently and with dignity.

Carrie started her career as a Social Services Director in a Skilled Nursing Facility.

She worked with many older adults and their families to develop a safe discharge plan when they were ready to return home again. This was an eye opener for her as she realized that  many older adults were going home with little to no support from family or friends. If someone was on a fixed income, it was even more difficult. This is when she learned about ElderHelp of San Diego and she’s been the Outreach Manager for nearly 5 years now. She works in the community to ensure those in need are aware of all of the programs and services that ElderHelp of San Diego has to offer.  She also recruis the volunteers who help provide many of these services.  They are always looking for volunteers!  Read more HERE:

Jun 2, 2016

Jonna considers the day a success when they can help a family feel secure that their loved one is comfortable and cared for in the security of their own home.   She helps seniors stay safely in their homes.  Their own homes.  Often retirees are torn between their own retirement needs and the needs of their parents.

We discuss Enduring Care which offers reduced rates for people on a fixed income.

Read more HERE

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