ESCAPE Walk 9-25-16Sarah and Ivan from the HOT Show talk with Sandy from ESCAPE Family Resource Center about their non-competitive walk coming up on October 1st. They discuss the various types of counseling and classes available at ESCAPE, and ways people who don’t need their services can get involved. Visit learntoparent.org for more information.
Nutcracker Market 9-25-16CoCo Dominguez from HOT 95-7 talks with Nutcracker Market Chairwoman, Mary Alice Parmet. They discuss the process of admitting new merchants, and go through some unique items you could find at this year’s Nutcracker Market, running from November 10-13 at NRG Park. Visit nutcrackermarket.com for tickets and more information.
Walk to End NF 9-25-16Sarah Pepper and Ivan from the HOT Show sit down with Bethany Bell from the Children’s Tumor Foundation to discuss the Walk to End NF, coming up on October 1st at Crosspoint Community Church in Katy. They talk about what exactly NF (Neurofibromatosis) is, and get into the various symptoms of the disorder. Visit nfwalk.org/Houston for details on registration or donation.
Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure 9-25-16CoCo Dominguez from HOT 95-7 sits down with Erin Teixeira from Susan G. Komen Houston to discuss the Komen Race for the Cure, coming up on October 1st at Sam Houston Park in Downtown Houston. They discuss the history of the organization, its presence in the Houston community, and get into the importance of breast cancer awareness and screening. Visit komen-houston.org for more information.
Wade Smith Foundation 9-11-16Sarah E! from SportsRadio 610 and Mix 96.5 sits down with former Texans lineman Wade Smith. They discuss the Wade Smith Foundation’s goal towards youth literacy, and get into some of the activities and people that will be at WSF’s Bedtime Stories event on September 30 at Clé Houston. Visit wadesmithfoundation.org for more information or to donate.
Walk with Compassion 9-4-16Sarah and Ivan from the HOT Morning Show talk with Aleshia Hawkins about Walk with Compassion Greater Houston, coming up on September 10th in the Woodlands. They also discuss the impact that one can have by sponsoring a child in need. Go to walkwithcompassion.com for more information and to sign up.
Autism Speaks Walk Houston 9-4-16Sarah E! from MIX 96-5 and SportsRadio 610 sits down with Jennifer and Rebecca Whitehead from Autism Speaks to discuss the Autism Speaks Walk Houston coming up on September 18 at Minute Maid Park. They also talk about some different types of therapy designed combat sensory overload, and get into the different fundraising levels. Visit autismspeakswalk.org/Houston for more information or to volunteer.
Texas War Memorial 8-21-16The Morning Bull – George, Mo & Cowboy Dave sit down with Thom Bolsch, of Saddle River Range, to discuss the VIP/Warrior fundraising event that they’re hosting coming up on August 31st. The Texas War Memorial is a project dedicated to Texas Military Members and their families who answered their Country’s call after September 11, 2001.
Top Gun Benefit 7-3-16Lauren Kelly from Mix 96.5 talks with Chris and Mike from the Texas Gulf Coast chapter of the Naval Academy Alumni Association about their Top Gun Benefit Charity Sand Volleyball Tournament coming up on July 9 at Wakefield CrowBar. They discuss some of the whacky costumes people wear, and get into the various other activities like Battleship Beer Pong. Visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/TopGunBenefit 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.
Dinner With Ted And Heidi Cruz? That Will Cost $500KSen. Ted Cruz's presidential campaign is asking top allies to collect at least $500,000 each from their circle of friends and colleagues and is promising those elite fundraisers coveted access.
Sen. Cruz Raises $890,000 In The 1st Quarter Of The Year U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz raised nearly $890,000 in the year's first quarter — about half what poured in following his helping lead last fall's partial government shutdown.