Couture for the Cause Gala 3-12-17Sean Pendergast from The Triple Threat on SportsRadio 610 sits down with Kristi Leggett and Amanda Beard, the co-chairs organizing the Couture for the Cause Gala.
CureFest 3-5-17John Lopez sits down with Misty Baumann, CEO and founder of Curefest, to talk about the upcoming Cure Fest and the first annual Cure Fish Casting Aside Doubt Fishing Tournament benefiting Brain Cancer research, coming up on March 25th in San Leon Texas.
Jamie’s Hope 7-3-16Sean, Rich and Ted from The Triple Threat (2pm-6pm on SportsRadio 610) sit down with Jamie Gilmore, the inspiration for the organization Jamie’s Hope. They discuss her long fight with cancer that led to the organization’s formation. In addition, they also talk about how much they’ve grown and get into their affiliation with the Houston Texans. Visit jamieshope.org for more information.
Confronting Cancer with MD Anderson Cancer CenterLauren Kelly from MIX 96-5 talks with Dr. Elizabeth FitzSullivan, breast surgical oncologist at the MD Anderson Cancer Center. They discuss her medical background, various treatment options available for breast cancer patients, and get into some current clinical trials going on. Visit findyourmdanderson.com for more information.
Head for the Cure 9-27-15Sarah E! from MIX 96-5 talks with William Lewis about the Head for the Cure 5k coming up on October 10th. They discuss the organization’s mission and get into his close relationship with them over the years. Visit headforthecure.org for more information.
Camo for Chemo Fun Run 9-13-15Sarah E! from MIX 96-5 talks with Jessie Deardurff of Sky High for St. Jude about the upcoming Camo for Chemo 5k Fun Run on October 10th at the Houston Sports Park. There will also be a 1 mile run for kids, so come out and help bring the community together to make a difference. Visit skyhighshoot.org for more details.
Inmate Built Birdhouses Scheduled For Auction Behind rows of razor wire, metal detectors, security guards and gray metal bars, prison inmate John Umoren put the finishing touches on his bird house, though it is safe to say few birds would dare go near it.