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Episode 10 - Originally Aired: 6/17/2018
Plant A Row, Food & Wine Festival, St. Luke's Cardiology
A program providing healthy produce for those in need; a local event highlighting delicious food and wine; how a man changed his health my changing his lifestyle; and a volunteer from our community giving back in many ways.

Episode 10 Segments
Plant A Row
Every year, approximately 70,000 of our Lehigh Valley neighbors do not have enough food to eat. With a goal of nourishing those without adequate resources, Plant A Row inspires farmers and home gardeners to dedicate at least one row of their crop to feed those in need.
Food & Wine Festival 2018
Everything tastes better when it supports a fabulous cause! Now in its ninth year, Lehigh Valley Food & Wine Festival held at Sands Bethlehem has raised over $1.5 million to support the Northampton Community College Foundation.

St. Luke's Cardiology
St. Luke's Cardiology boasts a team of doctors who are experts in preventing, detecting and treating heart disease. St. Luke's University Health Network cardiologist, Dr. Francis Burt, discusses ways to support heart health and Todd Nemura, Community Health Liaison, joins us in-studio to discuss lifestyle changes to promote healthy living.
Volunteer Spotlight
Mary Lou is a dedicated volunteer, giving back to our community for over 30 years. Interacting with people and sharing her time and talents to support organizations like ArtsQuest and Miller-Keystone Blood Center are what drive her generous spirit.
Episode 9 - Originally Aired: 6/10/2018
Community Services for Children, Easton Public Market, Baby & Me
A look at a school exemplifying excellence in early learning; a one-stop-shop inside this trendy market; pre and post natal support for families; a volunteer dedicating his time to the city of Bethlehem.

Episode 9 Segments
Community Services for Children
Community Services for Children (CSC) exemplifies excellence in early learning, providing inspiration and leadership that engages the community to put children first. CSC prepares young children and their families to succeed in learning and life through innovative, comprehensive and leading-edge services.
Easton Public Market
The Easton Public Market is a community-supported market offering the service and quality of an old-world grocery store, combined with a hip, modern dining experience. Featuring artisanal food vendors, a farm stand and community room, EPM serves as a vibrant gathering space for shopping, dining and learning.

Baby & Me (St. Luke's University Health Network)
St. Luke’s is known for providing the highest level of maternal and newborn care through a compassionate and personalized approach. The St. Luke’s Baby & Me Support Center provides mothers, fathers, support persons and family members a variety of services needed before, during and after pregnancy in one convenient location. Gynecology and Obstetrics physician, Dr. Christine Talmage, talks about the importance of being prepared for childbirth and Dr. Jennifer Janco Chief of Pediatrics for St. Luke's University Health joins us in-studio to discuss St. Luke's care for children.
Volunteer Spotlight
Paul Fistner is one of the few Musikfest volunteers who has been onboard for over 30 years. He also dedicates his time to the Star of Bethlehem Festival for Kids and the Sun Inn Preservation Association.
Episode 8 - Originally Aired: 5/13/2018
Any Given Child, Re-Bra, Stop the Bleed
A program helping to implement arts into education; an organization that provides bras to women in need; a health network helping our community to "stop the bleed"; and a volunteer who is keeping her son's namesake alive.

Episode 8 Segments
Any Given Child
The primary goal of the Kennedy Center's Ensuring the Arts for Any Given Child program is to assist communities in developing and implementing a plan for expanded arts education in their schools, ensuring access and equity for all students in grades K-8. Partnering with the city of Bethlehem and Zoellner Arts Center, the program will bring arts education to local elementary and middle schools.
The Brem Foundation’s Re-Bra initiative is a unique, unprecedented and easy way for breast surgery patients — and all women — to donate their pre-surgery bras to low-income women who cannot afford bras of their own. St. Luke's breast surgeon Dr. Tricia Kelly has found a special place in her heart for the organization.

Stop the Bleed (St. Luke's University Health Network)
Stop the Bleed helps ensure prompt access to life-saving, easy-to-use hemorrhage control resources. Whether a professional rescuer or a layperson immediate responder, anyone can administer simple medical care to victims that stops hemorrhaging. St. Luke's trauma surgeon, Dr. Peter Thomas, details the importance of the program, while Vice President of Patient Care Services, Janice Concilio, discusses St. Luke's commitment to the campaign.
Volunteer Spotlight
After losing her son to a drunk driving accident, Linda and her family created The Justin Sheftel Memorial Fund in his honor. The fund supports local charities and Linda also works to educate the community about the dangers of drunk driving.
Episode 7 - Originally Aired: 5/6/2018
Stephen's Place, Sign Language Education, St. Luke's Cut Last Philosophy
An organization helping men after incarceration transition back into the community; a student dedicating his time with a hands on approach; a health network with a "cut last" philosophy; and a volunteer following her love for film. 

Episode 7 Segments
Stephen's Place
Stephen's Place provides a half-way house for men returning to the community after incarceration. Offering services for 10 to 12 residents annually, Stephen's Place is a safe, spiritual environment that supports early recovery from substance abuse and encourages personal life skills.
Sign Language Education
American Sign Language (ASL) is a complete, complex language that employs signs made by moving the hands combined with facial expressions and postures of the body. Now, a local school district, with the help of a dedicated student, is committed to teaching this form of communication.

Cut Last Philosophy (St. Luke's University Health Network)
St. Luke's University Health Network surgeons follow a "cut last" philosophy, performing surgery only when other options have proven unsuccessful. Orthopedic surgeon, Dr. William DeLong, offers patients less aggressive treatments but when surgery is the only option, he choses less invasive operations. Service Line Administrator of Musculoskeletal Services, Trevor Micklos, joins us in studio to discuss St. Luke's patient first approach.
Volunteer Spotlight
Following her love for the cinema, Ann dedicates her time to volunteering for ArtsQuest. From film festivals to Musikfest, Ann shares her passion with others in the Lehigh Valley.