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Collage: American Heart Month

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. One in every three deaths is from heart disease and stroke.

February is American Heart Month.

Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes University of California Irvine Heart Disease Prevention Program Director and Professor Dr. Nathan Wong, cardiac and stroke survivor Debra North, who had her heart attack and stroke during birth and is continually monitored and stroke survivor Lisa Satchfield who completed 22 half marathons, after experiencing having one side of her brain impaired and the paralysis of half her body.  

Collage: Inside the Outdoors

Around 140,000 people participate in Inside the Outdoors, a hands-on enviromental education program that's administered by the Orange County Department of Education.

It's Mission is to empower students, teachers, parents and the community to explore natural areas and expand their knowledge, understanding and stewardship of the enviroment.

Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Inside the Outdoors Operations Manager Stephanie Smith and Outreach Manager Yarib Dheming.

Collage: Goodwill of Orange County

Many of us are familiar with Goodwill by the donation centers. We can bring unwanted items to a Goodwill store or an attended donation center located throughout our County.

The donated items are used to fund programs for people with disabilities to gain greater independence.

Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Goodwill Orange County Senior Manager of Media and Branding, Eric Smissen.

Collage: Whale Migration

We're in the midst of the gray whale migration when 20-thousand whales will move along our County coastline to Baja, California to the lagoons to mate and or give birth.

The migration will continue through March.

Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes 44 year whale expert retired Orange Coast College Marine Science Professor Dennis Kelly.

Collage: Pathways to Independence

Young womwn age 18 and older, who are living at or below the poverty level, who come from an abusive background and have a sincere desire to become financially and socially self-sufficient may turn to the non-profit Pathwys to Independence.

The Organization provides education and job training, housing and complete medical care to help the women succeed.

Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Pathways to Independence President Patsi Wagner and Executive Director Goretty Ramos.

Collage: Orange County Coastkeeper

The Orange County Coastkeeper is a nonprofit clean water organization that serves as a proactive steward of our fresh and saltwater ecosystems.

It works collaboratively with diverse groups in public and private sectors to achieve healthy, accessible and sustainable water resources for the region which includes our County as well as the Inland Empire.

Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Orange County Coastkeeper founder and President Garry Brown and Associate Director Ray Hiemstra.

Collage: Orange County

Our County's most vulnerable may be connected with health and human services through 2-1-1 Orange County.

The non-profit organization provides a resource database of health and human services and support, accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week on-line and through it's multi-lingual hotline.

Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Orange County Collaborative Engagement Director Kristin Jefferson.

Collage:Toastmasters

An orginization which provides a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communications and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth is Toastmasters.

The non-profit organization is over 90 years old and has more than 345-thousand members worldwide.

Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes her guests from the Toastmasters Chapter Possibilities Unlimited based in Mission Viejo: Susan De La Portilla, Munjen Ng and Marguerite Bonnet.

Collage: Boys Town California

On 80 acres of Trabuco Canyon land in unincorporated Orange County is a place where troubled children can learn how to lead healthy and happy lives.

Boys Town California has been providing nurturing services since 1991 and is celebrating it's 25th anniversary.

Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Boys Town California Executive Director Lawren Ramos.

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