One Voice

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Tuesday on First Coast Connect, we spoke with “born-again” Christian turned gay atheist and author Chris Stedman. He is appearing Tuesday evening in Jacksonville on behalf of One Voice (01:20).      

The latest Moveable Feast segment featured westside cake makers Rummies and Yummies (32:28).

Ahead of its annual Clinical Town Hall at the University of North Florida we spoke with Humana executive Laura Nolan and vice-president Dr. John Montgomery (38:23).        

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida CEO Sara Alford told us about the group’s Margarita J’Ville fundraiser and tribute to former CEO, the late Warren Grymes. (46:00).  

 

Tuesday on First Coast Connect, we discussed the future of millennials in Jacksonville with the leader of the One Voice Young Professionals program Nyah Vanterpool. We also were joined by phone with Dr. Keith Fargo from the Alzheimer’s Association national office in Chicago and Michelle Branham, vice president of the Alzheimer’s Association, Central and North Florida to talk about a documentary airing Wednesday evening on WJCT Public Television. Lawrence Datz, a partner at Datz & Datz P.A., told us why there is surge of divorce filings in January and to commemorate National Compliment Day we met Sarah Dominey, the owner of the online boutique shop SMAC on how she is raising awareness of the initiative.