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Episode 6 - Originally Aired: 4/30/2017
Girls Today, Leaders Tomorrow, Why Don't We Just Dance, Meet Monroe
On this week's episode, discover the power of girls working together; meet a group keeping old traditions alive; explore health expansions for a better, stronger, community; meet a volunteer working hard for human rights.

Episode 6 Segments
Girls Today, Leaders Tomorrow
When girls are educated, healthy, and empowered, families and communities are healthier. The Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania's mission is to help build girls of courage, confidence, and character.
Why Don't We Just Dance
Take what feels like a step back in time and learn a lesson in unplugging and enjoying the simpler things in life! Join Ashley as she discovers a formal evening of dinner and dancing with the Cotillion Dance Club of the Lehigh Valley.

Meet Monroe
St. Luke's University Health Network has been providing care in the Pocono Mountains area for over 25 years. The health network has now built its seventh full-service hospital to better serve the residents of Monroe County. St. Luke's COO, Joel Fagerstrom, joins us in-studio to discuss the expansion and the importance of a healthy Greater Lehigh Valley community.
Volunteer Spotlight
What started out as a simple idea to support those underserved in Central America has become Makenna Lenover's mission!
Episode 5 - Originally Aired: 4/23/2017
A Loving Hand, Good for the Soul, Girls on the Run
On this week's episode, we'll take a look at an organization serving the homeless and needy in our region; we visit a very sweet specialty shop in downtown Bethlehem; see an initiative teaching girls more than just running; and we meet a young woman singing for a good cause!

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A Loving Hand
The Allentown Rescue Mission has been serving the needs of homeless men in the Lehigh Valley for more than 100 years. With the help of unique, rehabilitative programs, the Mission offers a fresh start to those ready and willing to change their lives.
Good for the Soul
From the minute you walk through the door, you know you're in for a treat at the Chocolate Lab in downtown Bethlehem, PA! Join host Ashley Russo and owner Arlene Brockel as they whip up some delectable treats!

Girls on the Run
Girls on the Run is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential. Girls and volunteer coaches meet twice a week in small teams, where they are taught life skills through dynamic, interactive lessons and running games. Ken Szydlow, Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations at St. Luke's University Health Network, joins us in-studio to speak more about health initiatives getting the community active and involved.
Volunteer Spotlight
In loving tribute to her cousin, Rose Ostrowski shares her time and extraordinary talents to raise awareness and funds to fight Cystic Fibrosis.
Episode 4 - Originally Aired: 3/5/2017
Mary's Shelter, Nature's Sweetness, Living with Endometriosis
On this week's episode, a program providing care for moms-to-be and their babies; enriching skin with nature's goodness; and we explore treatment options for a chronic disease; finally, meet our standout volunteer of the week!

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Mary's Shelter
Experiencing pregnancy without a proper support system can have a contrary effect on the lives of both mother and child. Mary's Shelter: Cay Galgon Center is a maternity home offering pregnant women and newborns a temporary home, prenatal care, parenting skills, and a vision of hope for the future.
Nature's Sweetness
The Frosting Company, an artisan brand of all-natural bath and beauty products, began in Nazareth. Host, Ashley Russo, goes behind the beauty counter to learn what drives two sweet sisters to create their delicious-sounding brand!

Living with Endometriosis
Endometriosis is an often painful disorder affecting some women. St. Luke's University Health Network OB/GYN, Dr. Elizabeth Lamb, works with patients to help manage their discomfort. Dr. Holli Warholic joins us in-studio to discuss women's health and the latest treatments for endometriosis.
Volunteer Spotlight
Heavily involved in the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Leslie Phillips was the top fundraiser of 2016. See why volunteering with this organization means so much to her!
Episode 3 - Originally Aired: 2/26/2017
Restore Your Faith, Rock of Ages, Breast Health
On this week's episode, discover an organization with roots in the church helping those in need; we have a backstage pass to a legend in the music industry; catch up on the latest technology in breast health; and meet our very special volunteer of the week!

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Restore Your Faith
Support, care, and compassion for those in need is abundant at Catholic Charities. The group provides critical safety net and on going support services for adults and children in the six counties of the Diocese of Allentown.
Rock of Ages
For well over a century and a half, The Martin Guitar Company has been continuously producing acoustic instruments that are acknowledged to be the finest in the world. Join co-host, Mike Mittman, as he tours the Nazareth facility and discovers the legend that is Martin Guitar.

Breast Health
Early detection of breast cancer is easier than ever. Advancements in technology have helped to increase the accuracy of mammograms and improve the quality of care provided. Dr. Joseph Russo, Section Chief of Women's Imaging at St. Luke's University Health Network, guides us through the latest developments that have greatly increased early detection and improved patient care.
Volunteer Spotlight
As a lover of the arts, Toufy Haddad thought Lehigh University's Zoellner Arts Center would be the perfect place to volunteer. See how his efforts ensure that everyone has a great experience!