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MICHAEL AND TOYA JOHNSON SAY GOODBYE TO MADISON

Guests:  Michael and Toya Johnson Taking a break from packing boxes in anticipation of their move to Cincinnati, one of Madison’s “power couples,” Toya and Michael Johnson, stopped by the Mid-West Family Broadcasting studios to share special memories from their almost nine years in Madison and pass on some final thoughts. Michael Johnson was an… Read more »

ROBERTA GASSMAN ON WOMEN TAKING THE LEAD IN GOVERNMENT

Guest: Roberta Gassman…. Roberta Gassman was the recipient of this year’s Legacy Award from the Wisconsin Women in Government, an award which honors a woman who has made significant professional contributions throughout her career to local, state, and/or national government. Roberta Gassman’s career has spanned over 46 years and has taken her from working with… Read more »

“FOOD IS MEDICINE” AND MORE IN “JOURNEY OF AGING”

Guests: Jennifer Baird, Publication Director, Journey of Aging; Jesi Hirsch, RN, Madison Patient Advocates…. In the free publication Journey of Aging, readers can enjoy articles on a wide range of topics in addition to an extensive listing of resources and businesses important to caregivers and aging adults. Now published twice a year and distributed to… Read more »

FROM CANCER SURVIVOR TO HOSPITAL CHAPLAIN: A MYSTICAL JOURNEY

Guest:  Kathy Collins, hospital chaplain and author Have you ever experienced moments, events or messages that seem more than coincidental – that you are somehow being drawn into a mystical journey? Have you felt a new energy rising within you – that what was happening could possibly belong in a Believe It or Not scenario?… Read more »

THE BEACON’S JOURNEY TO END HOMELESSNESS IN DANE COUNTY

Guests:  Jackson Fonder, CEO/President, Catholic Charities; John Adams, Lead Guest Services Specialist, The BEACON…. When The BEACON Homeless Day Resource Center first opened its doors in October 2017, the priority was on meeting the the basic needs of the individuals and families who had no where else to turn. Today, The BEACON has moved into… Read more »