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Nonprofits and The Community Part I

Chris Eddie joins host Brian Simmons in the studio to tell us about Pete’s Deals. Pete’s Deals is a city guide, a social tool and the best way to experience your city without paying full price. And to top it all off, you can feel good about buying knowing that a portion of your purchase will go toward assisting LOCAL charities! To date Pete’s Deals has raised over $10K for local charities. For more on Pete’s Deals please visit:http://www.petesdeals.com 

Kathleen Marting from Get Healthy Kentucky joins host Brian Simmons in the studio to talk about this year’s big Second Sunday event and Lexington’s response to the Men’s Health Magazine article naming Lexington the most sedentary city. For more information on Get Healthy Kentucky please visit: http://www.facebook.com/GetHealthyLexington

For more information on 2nd Sunday please visit: http://2ndsundayky.com/

Hosted by the Lexington Division of the American Heart Association Go Red For Women celebrates the energy, passion and power shared by women as they band together to wipe out heart disease and stroke. To dispel the myths and raise awareness of heart disease as the number one killer of women, the American Heart Association created Go Red For Women – a passionate, emotional, social initiative designed to empower women to take charge of their heart health. Click to watch this story.

For more information on Go Red For Women please visit: American Heart Association of Central Kentucky

Bluegrass PRIDE is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing environmental resources and information to schools, community groups, local governments and citizens in Central Kentucky. Since the organization was founded in 2001, it has continually pursued its mission by providing outreach programs that focus on household hazardous waste, rain barrels, environmentally-friendly lawn care, waste reduction, rain gardens, energy efficiency and more. Bluegrass PRIDE has fostered recycling and water quality initiatives in more than 300 businesses, over 70 schools and more than 50 apartment complexes in Lexington. Click to watch this story.

For more information on Bluegrass PRIDE please visit: http://www.bgpride.org