Cancer Support Community, Musikfest, Getting Grace & St. Luke's Hospice House
A community offering services for cancer patients; 35 years of the nation's largest free music festival; St. Luke's Hospice House get a shot in the limelight; and a volunteer giving back to our military.
Episode 1 Segments
Cancer Support Community
Cancer Support Community (CSC) offers a wide variety of support services to aid people throughout their cancer journey. Completely free of charge and in a home-like setting, services include support groups, stress management sessions, educational programs, exercise sessions, nutrition workshops and social events.
35 Years of Musikfest
Why travel the world to experience the best music has to offer when it comes to Bethlehem, PA every year? The United State’s largest free music festival, with 15 different stages and hundreds of performances over 10 days, MusikFest celebrates 35 years of food, fun and spectacular entertainment!
St. Luke's Hospice: Care for All
A young girl's journey through hospice and end of life care as she faces terminal cancer was captured in the film "Getting Grace." Filmed in the Lehigh Valley, St. Luke's Hospice was home-base for the poignant hospital scenes. Director/Actor/Producer and Lehigh Valley native, Daniel Roebuck, is interviewed about the movie and the exceptional patient and family care provided by St. Luke's Hospice services.
As a mother to children in the military, Judy wanted to become more involved and joined Blue Star Mothers of America; a program organized by mothers with children actively serving in the military or who have been honorably discharged.