Laureen Drolet joins us on this weekend’s show to talk about Operation Santa Claus. The Operation Santa Claus program has been providing New Hampshire youth with gifts during the holidays for more than 50 years. The program is a nonprofit organization run by members of the State Employees Association. In 1960 when the program began, it served 14 children and today the program provides gifts to more than 3,000 New Hampshire children. Join us to learn more about Operation Santa Claus!
Megan Quinn joins us from the Palace Theatre on this weekend’s broadcast to share about Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol! This holiday classic is being performed on stage at the Palace Theatre and Megan will share a synopsis of the story as well as an update on other shows coming up in the 2017 season at the theatre. Join us for some holiday fun on Northeast Delta Dental Radio and enjoy A Christmas Carol at the Palace Theatre! Tickets and info at www.palacetheatre.org.
To Floss or Not to Floss; That is the Question OR Don’t Toss the Floss!! As you can see from our title, we have a story to share on Flossing on this weekend’s broadcast of Northeast Delta Dental Radio. Dr. Randi Tilman joins us to talk about flossing. Our conversation will include why dentists and hygienists instruct us to brush and floss daily, what the issue is, studies to support flossing, and a whole lot more. Please join us for this educational program on the importance of flossing!
From Thanksgiving through New Year’s, it is one event right after another along with life’s normal routines. Feel like you get run down, stressed out, don’t know if you are coming or going; then you will want to tune in for this informative program on ‘How to handle the holiday hustle!’. Liz Durant is our guest on this weekend’s broadcast and she will share with us tips on ways to nourish your body when things are busy during the holidays. We will start out with what is important - Self Care, and then progress through the conversation to include ‘How do we nourish our body mentally, physically, and emotionally’, ‘Goals with a plan’, ‘Let’s get physical!’, and whole lot more. Please join us!
The Mission of the Friendly Kitchen is to provide a meal for the hungry in a warm and caring non-discriminating environment through the coordination of community volunteer resources. Jen Lombardo and Beth-Ann Barrett join us on this Thanksgiving Weekend for a discussion on the Concord Friendly Kitchen. We will share a little history of the Friendly Kitchen as well as to provide some stats on the number of meals we serve. Part of the discussion will include funding and our fundraising events as well as our volunteer opportunities. Join us for this informative program on the Friendly Kitchen and visit them on the web to learn more: http://thefriendlykitchen.org/
Enjoy running and want to enter a race that has a good cause? You will want to join us for this weekend’s broadcast of Northeast Delta Dental Radio as Tom Bringle with the Arthritis Foundation joins us to share about Juvenile Arthritis and the Jingle Bell Runs. Joining Tom Bringle are two Youth Honorees and their parents to share their story with you. We will also talk about the Arthritis Foundation, share some facts and figures, as well as the mission and purpose of the organization. Join us on the radio and learn more at http://www.arthritis.org/new-hampshire
Steve Coppola joins Tom Raffio on this weekend’s broadcast of Northeast Delta Dental Radio for a program on Running! Steve will cover topics such as what attire to wear when running in different seasons, what are the best sneakers and how long should you keep them. What about blisters? If you get them, what to do about them and how to stop them. We will also discuss the mapping your race and where to find local races on the web. Join us for a fun program on Running!
Max Puyanic joins us on this weekend’s show to talk about ConvenientMD. We will discuss what is urgent care and why do we need it, as well as why it has grown so quickly over the last few years. We will go over what types of things are treated in an urgent care center as well as to discuss ‘when should I use an urgent care verse my primary care physician or an emergency department?’ Max will also review the cost savings and the quality of care. Please join us to learn more about urgent care and ConvenientMD.
The 2016 Granite State Baseball Dinner presented by Northeast Delta Dental is the feature of this weekend’s broadcast and we are joined by Jenna Raizes of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats to share all the exciting things taking place at the dinner. The dinner is a fundraising event with proceeds benefiting CHaD, Ted Williams Museum, and the Fisher Cats Foundation. In 2015, more than $140,000 was raised through tickets, silent and live auctions, and raffle ticket sales. Since 2007, more than $1.42 million has been raised through the dinner. Guests will not only enjoy a delicious meal, they will also be able to meet special guests, collect autographs, enjoy special presentations, and participate in a silent and real auction. The Granite State Baseball Dinner is held on Saturday, November 19, 2016 – visit www.nhfishercats.com for tickets.
It’s Halloween and soon little kidos will be bouncing around the neighborhood dressed as little ghosts and ghouls in search of a bounty of sweet treats. Our program this week offers tips on what to do with these sweet treats and ways to help with your children’s oral health during the Halloween season. Dr. Randi Tillman joins us for a discussion on Kids and Candy! Our conversation will include “Is it realistic to think that kids won’t have candy on Halloween?”, “Is there a right way and a wrong way to eat candy?”, “Are all candies created equal?”, “Candies to avoid.”, “Are there any ‘good’ candies?”, and we will share a few tips on “What else can parents do to lessen the risk of tooth decay from Halloween candy?”. We hope you enjoy the show and remember to brush twice a day and floss once a day! Happy Halloween!