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Episode 11 - Originally Aired: 8/19/2019
Via of The Lehigh Valley, Women's Summit 2019, St. Luke's SADD Program

Check out the fun at this inclusive basketball clinic; experience an empowering annual event; a real life demonstration of the consequences of destructive driving; and a volunteer giving back to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

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Via of the Lehigh Valley
Via of the Lehigh Valley is a nonprofit organization that gives people with special needs the opportunity to live like everyone else. St. Luke's University Health Network is a proud partner of Via and collaborates with them on inclusive clinics and uplifting programs.
Women's Summit 2019
For over 10 years, hundreds of women have gathered every June for the Lehigh Valley Women's Summit. Get inspired by keynote speakers Sadie Nardini and best-selling author, Elizabeth Gilbert, and discover why the Women's Business Council, Women United and Cedar Crest College dedicate a day to motivating female leaders.
St. Luke's SADD Program
The SADD Program, also known as Students Against Destructive Decisions, shows the consequences of driving while intoxicated by utilizing a mock “real-life” approach. Partnering with St. Luke’s University Health Network and other local responders, this day brings awareness of the consequences of distracted driving.
Volunteer Spotlight
Meet the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Woman of the Year, Val Lewis, and see all the amazing work she has done with the organization!
Episode 10 - Originally Aired: 8/12/2019
Girl Scouts Take The Lead, The Banana Factory, St. Luke's Center for Diabetes & Endocrinology

Learn how the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania help develop leadership skills; Mike and I take a “spin” at pottery throwing; St. Luke’s helps a young patient with undiagnosed diabetes; A volunteer helping raise awareness for heart health in women

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Girl Scouts: Future Leaders of America
The Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania encourages girls to develop leadership skills, self-assurance and a passion for community service. Shaping trailblazers, pioneers and confident women for over 100 years, the Girl Scouts important work still continues today.
Creative Clay
Looking to perfect your pottery throwing skills? The Banana Factory on the Southside of Bethlehem, offers classes where you can do just that! Join Ashley and Mike as they get hands-on instruction from a resident artist.
Young and Managing Type I Diabetes
After discovering she had Type I diabetes, Taylor Vogel's life changed forever. Luckily, her relationship with Dr. Abrams and St. Luke's Center for Diabetes & Endocrinology helped her find a new normal.
Volunteer Spotlight
See how St. Luke’s Director of Development of the Allentown and Sacred Heart Hospital, Kelly Chando, spends her time giving back to the American Heart Association!
Episode 9 - Originally Aired: 8/5/2019
Salvation Army, American Hairlines, Take Me to St. Luke's Program

Salvation Army’s adoptive and fostering services; a working mother’s makeover at American Hairlines; An initiative to provide EMS with critical patient information; And a volunteer who demonstrates selflessness throughout our community.

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Salvation Army Adoptive and Fostering Services
The Salvation Army works year-round to connect loving parents with foster children. Watch and find out how this non-profit organization continues to bring families together.
American Hairlines
When life gets busy, it's important to keep things fresh and fun. Check out this gorgeous makeover from American Hairlines stylist Dru, as he gives this hard working mom of two a brand new look!
Take Me To St. Luke's
In the case of a medical emergency, it is always important to keep essential information on hand. One of the best ways to do that is with the “Take Me to St. Luke’s” initiative, which uses the approach of keeping important documents in an accessible spot, such as the freezer! 
Volunteer Spotlight
At Roosevelt Elementary in Allentown, Monique McCants volunteers with the Breakfast Buddies program that mentors youth through social-emotional training. Check out how Monique stays connected with her community!
Episode 8 - Originally Aired: 7/29/2019
Good Shepherd Nursing, Crayola Experience, St. Luke's Women and Babies Pavillion

A scholarship to further the education for nurses; experience all that Crayola has to offer right here in Eastern, PA; a pavillion dedicated to mothers and their babies; and a volunteer giving back through his work to second harvest food bank.

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Good Shepherd Nursing 2019
Good Shepherd offers intermediate, heavy or skilled nursing care for people with physical disabilities. Watch to see how Good Shepherd strives everyday to help improve the quality of their patients' lives.
St. Luke's Women and Babies Pavilion
Since its inception, St. Luke's has provided comprehensive OB/GYN services to women through every stage of their pregnancy. Check out the newest addition of the Mother's and Babies Pavillion at the Anderson Campus!
Crayola Experience
Explore a world of creativity at the Crayola Experience! Whether you're making your own crayon or decorating a customized coloring page, Crayola Experience has all you need for a fun-filled day. Join Ashley, Mike, and our contest winner Parker as they adventure through a world of color!
Volunteer Spotlight
The Second Harvest Food Bank of the Lehigh Valley wouldn’t be the amazing organization it is today without people like Michael Tirrell.