Friday, April 19 on Style Show: links and Auto ShowApril 19th, 2013 at 11:41 am by michaelnewman under 2 KASA Style
Quote of the Day
“The only way to survive eternity is to be able to appreciate each moment.” –Lauren Kate
Friday on New Mexico Style Show
Nate Manning, owner of Bee Hive Homes New Mexico provided information about transitioning elderly parents or spouses from independent living to assisted living. Bee Hive Homes offer quality senior living in a residential setting. The facilities are smaller to create a more intimate and family feel while providing better quality care.
General Manager Jeff Copeland talked about the first class accommodations that are provided at Canine Country Club and Feline Inn. They offer services to really pamper your pets.
Tierna Unruh-Enos joined us to talk about the Fiestas de Albuquerque happening Saturday, April 20th. This is an event celebrating Albuquerque’s 307th birthday. The fiesta will celebrate the rich history and culture, highlighting the 5 Eras of Albuquerque’s history.
Face of Fox, Michael Newman, joined us live from the 2013 New Mexico International Auto Show happening at the Albuquerque Convention Center all weekend. This years’ show will showcase all the newest models from multiple car manufacturers. Plus spectators will also have the opportunity to test drive many of the vehicles.
In the Community
It’s “Donate Life” blue and green day. At 11 this morning you can find out more about donating organs, tissues and more at civic plaza in downtown Albuquerque. Right now…117,000 people across the country are on a waiting list to get an organ and 715 of them are here in New Mexico.
The Albuquerque Isotopes are “Batting for Boston” tomorrow … This special fundraiser will benefit the victims of the marathon bombing. Here’s how it works: a drive-thru will be set up in Parking Lot C, that’s along University Boulevard on the west side of the stadium. Orbit and volunteers will be collecting cash and checks, and each person who donates will receive a voucher good for one free ticket to a Monday through Thursday Isotopes game, excluding July 4.
89-year-old-albert smith a Navajo Code Talker from Gallup has passed away. After serving in the military, Albert earned a bachelor’s degree in education from Eastern New Mexico University and worked as a teacher for 38 years. The code talkers were a small band of warriors who created an unbreakable code from the ancient language of their people and were the key to America’s success in World War 2.