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Episode 2 - Originally Aired: 2/21/2016
Flying High, We the People, On the Run
Take a look at The Arc's program Wings for Autism, relieving stress for families at the airport, learn what the Chamber's Public Policy Committee is doing to ensure the voices of Lehigh Valley are heard, and meet a man taking the slogan "running away from cancer" literally. Also, Emily meets with a volunteer who's improving the community one client at a time.

Episode 2 Segments
Flying High
Wings for Autism introduces a fun, safe and comfortable way for families and individuals with autism to learn about traveling through trial experiences. The Arc of Lehigh and Northampton counties has partnered with Lehigh Valley International Airport and Allegiant Air to host this annual event that gives families and autistic individuals the confidence to travel.
We the People
The Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce Public Policy Committee addresses issues of concern for businesses on the local, state and federal levels. They take proactive measures to ensure that government considers business objectives and viewpoints.


On The Run
Cancer survivor Robert Cays shows you can find your strength after cancer- through running! After being diagnosed with prostate cancer at age 68, Cays began running to get in shape for his surgery at St. Luke's and has been on the move ever since.
Steve Flowers
Emily meets with Steve, who keeps his salon, Suddenly Samatha,open every Christmas for last 5 years to offer free haircuts, food and companionship, and he comes in every Monday (his day off) to provide the homeless with a free wash, cut and styling.
Episode 1 - Originally Aired: 2/14/2016
Clean the World, Glass Making, Get Your Smile Back
Take a look at how Sands Cares and Clean the World is making a difference for those less fortunate, experience glassblowing first hand at Arts Quest Banana Factory, and
learn more about at a procedure available at St. Luke's OMS restoring smiles in just one day! Also, Emily meets up with a young Camelot for Children volunteer and we get a fitness tip to build lower body strength.

Episode 1 Segments
Clean The World
The soaps and shampoos found in a hotel room are easily taken for granted, but with the efforts of Sands Cares and Clean the World, these small toiletries can make a big difference.
Glass Making
Co-host Mike Mittman discovered the art of glassmaking at ArtsQuest Glass Studio. The only hot glass studio in the region, the Banana Factory location offers hands-on experiences for teens and adults to create one of a kind decorative artwork.


Get Your Smile Back
Looking for something to smile about? William discovered the physicians and procedure options at St. Luke’s OMS to help him do just that! Dr. Wayne Saunders and his caring team have been improving smiles and changing lives for over 15 years.
Kylee Messenlehner
Kylee Messenlehner offers her time and talents to kids at Camelot for Children, a non-profit organization that provides a social gathering place to seriously, chronically, terminally ill and disabled children.