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SEASON 8
Episode 6 - Originally Aired: 4/10/2016
Catholic Charities, Metabolic Fitness Class, Give a Pint
On this week's show, we'll explore an organization providing care and compassion to those in need, Mike takes part in a metabolic fitness class, Ashley learns the ins and outs of donating blood, and Emily meets a woman bringing girlfriends together for a great cause.

Episode 6 Segments
Catholic Charities
Support, care, and compassion for those in need are abundant at Catholic Charities. The group provides critical safety net and ongoing support services for adults and children in the 5 counties of the Diocese of Allentown.
Metabolic Fitness with Mike!
Metabolic training is designed to help participants burn more calories during the day. PEAK host, Mike Mittman, goes one on one with John Graham, Senior Director of St. Luke's Fitness and Sports Performance, to sample the routine and learn the benefits firsthand.


Give a Pint
Donating blood is a quick and simple process that has the potential to save many lives. PEAK host, Ashley Russo, takes us behind the scenes at Miller-Keystone Blood Center and demonstrates the ease of giving and the value of donations.
Colleen Fahey
Colleen brings girlfriends together to raise awareness and funds for a meaningful cause - the American Heart Association.
Episode 5 - Originally Aired: 4/3/2016
A Home for Everyone, The Crayola Experience, How Are You Feeling?
On this week's show, we'll take a look at an organization providing housing for families without a home, follow Ashley as she experiences the magic behind Crayola, see how St. Luke's is changing the way we look at mental health and well-being, and Emily meets a woman encouraging others to follow their dreams.

Episode 5 Segments
A Home for Everyone
Sixth Street Shelter strives to provide opportunities for homeless families to become self-sufficient, productive members of society. The Sixth Street Shelter is the only shelter in the Lehigh Valley to offer homeless families private and secure apartments to help them set and reach their goals. 
The Crayola Experience
Color outside of the lines and let your imagination run free at the Crayola Experience in Easton. Join PEAK TV host, Ashley Russo, as she discovers how color, chemistry, and technology magically combine to create a one-of-a-kind adventure!


How Are You Feeling?
Today's frantic world can take many anxiety, stress, and anger levels to new heights. St. Luke's offers a holistic approach towards behavioral and mental health through mediation, yoga, and other programs that help people develop resiliency skills to overcome negativity and live healthier and happier lives.
Jennifer Glose
Jennifer Glose is a busy journalist who dedicates her free-time to raising money and awareness for pancreatic cancer.
Episode 4 - Originally Aired: 3/6/2016
Sensory Trail, Visions of Hope, Gatekeepers

In this episode, see how Equi-Librium uses horses to empower those with special needs, one cancer survivor inspiring others through painting their “windows to the soul,” and how United Way’s program Gatekeepers looks out for the Lehigh Valley’s elderly. Also, Emily meets with a volunteer who builds homes for those in need, and a fitness tip on building a stronger core with St. Luke’s John Graham.


Episode 4 Segments
Sensory Trail
Therapeutic horsemanship has the ability to help people of all ages with sensory disabilities to connect with nature, the horses, and to simply feel grounded. Equi-librium's Sensory Trail is a journey on horseback that offers sensory experiences, one activity at a time.
Visions of Hope
Some say that eyes are the windows to our soul. After being diagnosed with breast cancer, Susan Schaffer found painting to be her therapeutic escape, and her exhibit at St. Luke's Cancer Center, Visions of Hope, has helped countless others experiencing a similar journey to hers.


Gatekeepers
Seniors who age in place often need others checking in on their well-being. United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley's Gatekeeper program trains service workers like UGI employees, who interact regularly with people in the community, to recognize and report signs of physical, emotional and mental concerns.
Kimberly Adams
Kimberly Adams offers her time and talents to Women Build, a Habitat for Humanity program for women who want to learn construction skills and build homes and communities.
Episode 3 - Originally Aired: 2/28/2016
Girl Scouts, Wilson Foundation, Cetronia Ambulance

A closer look at an organization for girls that’s been around for over 100 years, how one school district is making it a priority to keep the Arts alive, technology playing an integral role in life-saving care, and meet a volunteer whose fundraising efforts make a huge difference.


Episode 3 Segments
More Than A Cookie
Girl Scouts began over 100 years ago, and are still going strong! Girl Scouts provides girls with the opportunity to find their strength, interests, and character. The program builds girls with the courage and confidence to make the world a better place.
Keeping the Arts Alive
The Wilson Foundation Showcase is an opportunity for musical children of all ages to perform at the State Theatre. The Foundation is providing an unforgettable opportunity and experience for the children, but also showing them how important and wonderful the Arts are in a young person's life.


Everyday Heroes
The Mission of Cetronia Ambulance Corps is to be the Leader in Emergency Medical Services. Cetronia Ambulance Corps provides exceptional emergency and non-emergency medical services to people in the Lehigh Valley. St. Luke's University Health Network's Section Chief of Emergency Surgery, Dr. James Cipolla, joins us in-studio to discuss the hospital's important partnership with Cetronia and the educational support provided by St. Luke's physicians.
Jessica Iachini
Volunteer Jessica Iachini turned her knitting hobby into a fundraising opportunity for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.