KAITLIN AND MATT SAT DOWN WITH ASHLEY FROM THE Z MORNING ZOO TO TALK ABOUT THE 8TH ANNUAL SAMOA SOIREE!
THEIR INTERVIEW WILL AIR SUNDAY FEBRUARY 7, 2014
The New 101.3 at 6:00am
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Join us at the 8th Annual Samoa Soiree where you'll find great food, live music brought to you buy 504 SUPREME, a top-notch silent auction and plenty of fun. You can sample recipes created by top area chefs who are challenged to create winning appetizers and desserts using Girl Scout Cookies as a key ingredient.
Meet Patrick Evans-Hylton, area food critic and writer, and other celebrity judges like WVEC's Anchor Ashley Smith.
Vote for your favorite dish for the People's Choice Award and dance the night away with 504 Supreme band! This ensemble performs a wide variety of music that includes authentic swing of the greats – like Louis Armstrong and the beats of Louis Prima and more.
Enjoy great food and beverage fare, with a chance to walk away with a silent auction goodie – a fun night out with friends for a good cause!
This adult-only event supports Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast and helps us deliver the Girl Scout experience to girls who might not have it otherwise. This popular event sells out fast, so get your tickets early.
Before February 19, individual tickets are $60. After February 19, individual ticket prices are $75.
Interested in being a sponsor? Contact Mary Kate Andris at 757-549-0641 or email@example.com.
Amy Hines, from DOGS DESERVE BETTER, sat down with Ashley, from the Z MORNING ZOO to talk about the non-profit organization.
The mission of Dogs Deserve Better, Inc., is to provide a better life for abused, neglected and abandoned canines; especially those which are chained or penned without human companionship. We strive to accomplish this through advocating for humane legislation; promoting spay and neuter; educating communities on animal welfare; and rescuing and rehabilitating distressed canines.
Dogs Deserve Better, First Place Winner of the Chase Pet Protector Award, is a voice for chained and penned dogs, whose sadness speaks only through the eyes. As the days become years, many of these dogs sit, lay, eat, and defecate within the same 10-foot radius. Chained by the neck, they exist without respect, love, exercise, social interaction, and sometimes even basic nourishment. They live as prisoners, yet long to be pets.
For general information you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on volunteering or fostering you can contact email@example.com.
For information on getting help for dogs in need and adoption information you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s red carpet time! On Saturday, April 16, join us for the Peninsula SPCA’s 9th Annual Fur Ball Gala, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Hampton Roads Convention Center.
You and your pet will be star struck as we host an amazing tribute to Tinseltown with this year’s theme:HOLLYWOOF!
With our first successful year as an Adoption Guarantee shelter and Humane Education Center complete, we all feel like movie stars! We’ll be celebrating with an evening of cocktails, fine dining, dancing to the music of Tidewater Drive, spectacular silent and live auctions and raffle, and of course, our signature red carpet Pet Parade where you and your pet will get the “celebrity treatment” you deserve!
Not to be left out, our canine friends will receive pet pampering at its finest, complete with a special showcase during the Red Carpet Parade (the night’s main attraction!) and access to our special “Mutt-ini Bar!” Make sure to attend and get the “celebrity treatment” you and your pet deserve.
To help raise funds, guests may participate in the Fur Ball’s live and silent auctions and raffle. Our auctioneer will be G. Amory LeCuyer from Hampton House Auctions. In the past, contributors have won prizes such as a vacation to Africa, a trip to Disney World, and Bahamas escape.
If you wish to give to the event auction, please contact Megan Steele, PSPCA Marketing and Special Events Manager, at 757-595-1399 ext: 109.
This year we are striving to exceed $250,000 to support the Peninsula SPCA’s Adoption Guarantee Shelter, Humane Education Center and PSPCA Veterinary Clinic. Sponsorship packages range from $500 to $50,000. If you are interested in helping to save the lives of animals, visit our sponsorship opportunities.
Since our transition to a “no-kill” shelter, we have been able to devote more time and resources to finding forever homes for the animals in our care, and to providing educational opportunities for the residents of the Peninsula. In the past year, we expanded our humane education offerings and launched our new walk-in Veterinary Clinic for preventative healthcare. Our organization receives no public funding, and we are counting on you, the leaders and businesses of the community, to partner with us to keep the benefit of an adoption-guarantee shelter alive for our citizens and our pets.
Tickets to the event are $135 per person and $75 per pet. Tickets will go on sale March 1. Purchase your tickets here.
The Peninsula SPCA invites you to become a sponsor of this year’s extraordinary event and join them in their effort to raise $250,000 to help support the new mission of the Peninsula SPCA Adoption Guarantee Shelter and Education Center. Since their transition to a “no-kill” shelter, they have been able to devote more time and resources to finding forever homes for the animals in their care, and to provide educational opportunities for the residents of the Peninsula. In the past year, the Peninsula SPCA has expanded their humane education offerings and launched a new walk-in Veterinary Clinic for preventative healthcare. The organization receives no public funding, and are counting on you, the leaders and businesses of the community, to partner with them to keep the benefit of an adoption-guarantee shelter alive for our citizens and our pets.
The mission of the Peninsula SPCA is to find loving homes for every animal in our care and to advocate for the human treatment of all animals in our community.
Partially bordered by the Hampton Roads harbor and Chesapeake Bay, Hampton, with the 344,000 sq. ft. Hampton Roads Convention Center, is located in the center of the Hampton Roads metropolitan area. Hampton is the site of America's first continuous English-speaking settlement and is home to such visitor attractions as the Virginia Air & Space Center and Riverside IMAX ® Theater, Hampton History Museum, harbor tours and cruises, Hampton University Museum, Fort Monroe, award-winning Hampton Coliseum, The American Theatre, among others.
SMOKES RESTAURANT in Newport News is having a event January 21 to support SPIKES K9 FUND!
Come out and support Spike's K9 Fund while enjoying some wonderful food! Tickets are $25.00 per person at the door, which will include a Spike's K9 Fund souvenir pint glass, food and drinks! There will also be a SILENT AUCTION going on! Help some working dogs! Don't miss out!
LOCATION: 10900 Warwick Blvd, Newport News, VA 23601
Spikes K9 Fund was founded by James Hatch, a retired Special Warfare Operator.
As a K9 handler on several deployments, James’ life was regularly spared by the work of K9s – one of the most memorable was Spike. And on James’ final deployment, the night he was critically wounded, a K9 spared James’ life while losing his own.
From that evening on, James oriented his life around the training, care and preservation of working dogs. In addition to working as the founder and president of the fund, he works with local law enforcement and has adopted a former service dog in need of medical attention.
Read in-depth details and new news about the Fund on his blog HERE
Spike’s K9 Fund, with your support, aspires to ensure every K9 receives exactly what they need every time. They purchase gear to keep them safer and for peak operation, and they pay for critical medical treatment to help them return to work or live their retirement days in complete health.
A working K9 is typically a breed bred for its dexterity, ability to focus, intelligence and athleticism. Once selected for work, that K9 will undergo rigorous training for tasks such as apprehending suspected criminals and sniffing out narcotics or explosives.
When the K9 is ready to work, there’s been significant, essential cost and time invested into their conditioning to ensure they’re an asset to their team as well as to reduce risk of harm to themselves and others when working.
What these K9s require:
leading-edge gear for their protection in violent or disaster situations,
equipment to help their crew be more effective, medical care when they become sick or injured
the organization they work for has to make a difficult and often detrimental decision of whether the cost of the need outweighs the cost of the specialized K9.
Mission: To create, establish and promote a nationally recognized flag that would fly continuously as a visible reminder to all Americans of the lives lost in defense of our national freedoms. All Military lives lost not only in action but also in service, from our nation’s inception. Rationale: In our over 200 year history there has never been an official national symbol that specifically recognizes in gratitude and respect the ultimate sacrifice made by members of the United States military in service to our nation. The Honor and Remember Flag was created for that purpose.
To promote the vision of the Honor and Remember Flag and request that visitors to the website sign a petition and pass the word about the importance of this new symbol.
To build a consensus among the branches of the United States military, veterans organizations, service and civic groups, businesses and individuals in order to collectively solicit the Department of Defense and the United States Congress to propose and accept the Honor and Remember Flag as the official flag for honoring all fallen servicemen and servicewomen.
To promote broad national awareness of and groundswell interest in the flag, so that military, government and educational facilities as well as households throughout the country would begin flying the Honor and Remember Flag in recognition of our nation’s fallen warriors.
To place one personalized Honor and Remember Flag in the hands of immediate families who have lost a loved one in military service to America.
Yesterday Kyle and I attended our second course at Colonial Shooting Academy. This was the PERSONAL PROTECTION INSIDE THE HOME class. We were both really excited to take this class, especially Kyle because he wanted me to learn defensive shooting skills and different strategies for home safety and that is exactly what we did.
We started off in a class room setting and learned strategies for home safety, how to respond to violent confrontations, choosing a handgun for self-defense and we learned all about firearm laws. After the class we hit the range and started learning defensive shooting techniques. One of the first exercises we did was shoot very close to our target, like literally 2 ft. away. When I walked up to my target I got really nervous! It’s pretty intimidating shooting something that close, I’ve never done that before, but our instructor Paul was right there with me and made me feel super comfortable and walked me through the correct technique to do the exercise. After that exercise, I felt awesome! I was so comfortable on the range all because of Paul walking me through things, he was really patient with me too! We did so many different types of defensive shooting, even scenarios like walking in a hallway, concealment, cover, laying down, we did it all! Kyle and I both took a lot away from this course. I would really recommend if you take this course, take it with your spouse! You will learn a lot and its fun, plus you will both be on the same page!
I can’t wait to finish the rest of the courses we are enrolled in at CSA and share the final video of our progression!
After finishing two classes so far with CSA, I cant stress enough how awesome their staff is, they are always very welcoming and it doesn't matter your experience level... if you have ZERO experience or are a pro.. there's a spot for you at CSA and the staff/instructors are always there to help!
Below is some video we took while on the range where you can see some of the different exercises Kyle and I did.
Kaitlin & Summer came to visit ASHLEY from the Z MORNING ZOO to talk about COOKIES!! It’s almost Girl Scout Cookie time!
KAITLIN AND SUMMER WILL BE FEATURED ON HAMPTON ROADS PERSPECTIVES WITH ASHLEY THIS SUNDAY DECEMBER 13, 2015!!!
Z104 at 6:00am 94.9 The Point at 6:30am 95.7 R&B at 7:00am The New 101.3 at 7:30am
COOKIES!!!!! Yes, they’re awesomely delicious. But buying Girl Scout Cookies is about so much more than just handing over money for a box of treats.
It's about having fun and making new friends. And it's about the skills a girl gains from interacting directly with you—the cookie customer! It's about the experience of running her very own cookie business, working with others—and building a lifetime of confidence as she learns five skills essential to leadership, success, and life.
How to get cookies?!
There are several ways to satisfy your Girl Scout Cookie craving. You can get cookies at a Girl Scout Cookie booth in your community by entering your zip code in the “Find Cookies!” tool or downloading the Cookie Finder mobile app for your iOS® or Android® phone or tablet.
Or—and this is pretty exciting—a girl you know can invite you to buy your cookies online with the Digital Cookie platform, now in its second year!
THIS SUNDAY OCTOBER 18, 2015 P.A.W.S WILL BE FEATURED ON HAMPTON ROADS PERSPECTIVES WITH ASHLEY FROM THE Z MORNING ZOO!
Z104 at 6:00am 94.9 The Point at 6:30am 95.7 R&B at 7:00am The New 101.3 at 7:30am
Poquoson Animal Welfare Sanctuary, Inc. is dedicated to the rescue and placement of abandoned, abused, and neglected animals (cats at this time). Our vision for these animals is a safe place that will provide them with food, shelter, medical care, rehabilitation, and adoption opportunities. Spay/neuter is a priority to control the overpopulation of these animals in our community.Poquoson Animal Welfare Sanctuary is a non profit organization (501(c)3) that relies on public support in the form of volunteers and donations.
POQUOSON ANIMAL WELFARE SANCTUARY:
“For anyone who is a fan of our Sanctuary, this is a brief description of how our cats and kittens live. We have a three acre fenced in property with a house and six kitty apartments/sheds/condos/cabanas. All of our cats and kittens are free roaming.
The kittens stay with their litter mates and moms in the apartments until they get old enough to go to fosters. We have a great socialization method for them. While they are growing and waiting until they can be spay/neutered and finish their kitten vaccines, they get lots of TLC with our cat whisperers. Our kittens stay with their litter mates and get exposure to other animals so they are able to adjust to their furrever family easily.
All of the big kitties have the run of the property. Some prefer indoor only life, some indoor/outdoor and others outdoor only. While the majority are permanent residents, we have about 15 adults looking for a family of their own. When considering adoption, they are awesome because we already know their personalities.
We take great pride in our family of furry friends and give them all the love and attention we can. The only thing better would be a home of their own where they can get even more love and attention from their furrever people.
We are open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon and other times by appointment.”
FIND MORE DETAILS BY VISITING THEIR WEBSITE HERE DONATE: Checks can be mailed to P.O. Box 2204 Poquoson, Va. 23662 DONATE NOW: Click Here
Sunday September 17 2015, MCPON Duane Bushey and Jesse Elliot will be featured on HAMPTON ROADS PERSPECTIVES with Ashley from the Z MORNING ZOO
MCPON Duane Bushey
MCPON Bushey was the seventh Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy. MCPON served as Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy from September 1988 to August 1992. Master Chief Bushey has received special recognition as Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet Sailor of the Year for 1972 and Tidewater Virginia’s Military Citizen of the Year for 1982. The Bushey family was selected as Tidewater Military Family of the Year for 1988. He has served on the Board of Directors for Navy Federal Credit Union, Navy/Marine Corps Relief Society and World USO. He is co-founder and chairman of the Chief Petty Officer Scholarship Fund. He continues community involvement as an ordained Elder, Court Appointed Special Advocate for disadvantaged children, and Vice-President of the Board of Directors Lancaster County Habitat for Humanity. MCPON 7 Bushey was the treasurer and fund raiser. With the $10,000 left over from the commissioning they started a Chief Petty Officer Scholarship Fund. To date, over one million dollars in scholarships have been given for family members of Chief Petty Officers.
Served 32 years active duty in the Navy and retired in December 2000 as Force Master Chief for Commander Naval Air Force, US Atlantic Fleet. Jess started with CPOSF, Chief Petty Officer Scholarship fund in 2003 as an active board member. He has worked as a member at large, treasurer, President and now is the Vice Chairman.
CHIEF PETTY OFFICER SCHOLARSHIP FUND- CPOSF
The Chief Petty Officer Scholarship Fund is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) publicly supported charity organization, incorporated under statute by the Commonwealth of Virginia and registered with the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs for the legal solicitation of charitable donations. Any questions or inquiries as to the operations and functions of this organization should be directed to email@example.com.
Our mission is to be a viable non-profit organization established solely for the purpose of generating and distributing funds to provide educational opportunities for qualified family members of Chief Petty Officers. Candidates eligible for scholarship awards are spouses and children (natural born, adopted or stepchildren) of all Chief Petty Officers.
IT'S SEPTEMBER, WHICH IS CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH AND TUNE IN SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 2015 TO HEAR KRISTA PAK FROM UNITED IN GRACE ON THE AIR-WAVES FOR ANOTHER EDITION OF HAMPTON ROADS PERSPECTIVES WITH ASHLEY FROM THE Z MORNING ZOO!!
Not only is she sharing details of UNITED IN GRACE, but also her sons own journey battling with cancer.
United In GRACE (Giving & Raising Awareness in Communities Everywhere) is a Christian-based non-profit organization that is committed to raising awareness of and funding for childhood cancer.
United In GRACE is founded by three women with a passion to change the views of the world and fight for the children who battle on a daily basis with the monster known as childhood cancer. Krista Pak was introduced to Lori Kincaide and Julie Dzieciolowski after they rallied together with other members of the local community to organize a last minute yard sale for Krista's son, Wes, so that he could make it to New York City in time for a life-saving surgery to remove the cancer from his tiny body. This amazing act of kindness, compassion, and awareness brought three complete strangers together to unite in the battle against childhood cancer.
SPREAD AWARENESS! THEIR FIGHT IS OUR FIGHT!
Z104 at 6:00am 94.9 The Point at 6:30am 95.7 R&B at 7:00am The New 101.3 at 7:30am
VISIT THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE HERE VISIT THEIR WEBSITE HERE