Thursday May 9 on Style Show: Links and Mudd Volleyball

May 9th, 2013 at 10:47 am by under 2 KASA Style

Quote of the Day

“If you can’t make it better, you can laugh at it.” –Erma Bombeck

 On New Mexico Style

April Spaulding came on the show to talk about Abrazos Family Support Services. This organization supports children and adults with developmental delays or disability through family centered programs that include specialized education, health and recreation.

There was also a peak at Wright’s Indian Art’s 106th Anniversary of bringing together the best of the classic Native American crafts specializing in uncompromising quality, value, and personal service.

Brandy Schaffels from Ask Patty.com and James Bell, Head of Consumer Affairs for General Motors came on the show to talk about Mothers Day gadgets that will make Moms’ car safer.

Event Chair and Foundation Board Vice President, Phil Prevender joined us on the show to talk about the upcoming Mudd Volleyball Fundraiser.

Face of Fox Michael Newman and KRQE Morning News Anchor Elizabeth Alvarez gave us another healthy snack. Today it was “Ants on a Log”

 In the Community

The third annual New Mexico Veterans Business Expo and Job Fair is from 8-4pmat the Convention Center in downtown Albuquerque. Veterans who own small businesses will be networking with prime government contractors. Veterans will be able to apply for jobs with them and other companies. The job fair is free for vets.

Governor Susana Martinez has sent a letter to u-s lawmakers urging them to give Los Alamos National Lab more money to clean-up radioactive waste.

The albuquerque business education compact helped collect 36,000 books from 60 businesses around town during the “read to me” book drive. Half of the books will go to 20 elementary schools, which are classified as title one schools that help families with limited resources. The other half of the book collection will be available for children to pick up at places like community centers throughout the summer.

If you live in Santa Fe and want get your pet spayed or neutered for free you’re almost out of time. The free program is at the south-side clinic of the shelter and is on a first-come – first serve basis.

Links

http://www.abrazosnm.org/

http://www.wrightsgallery.com/

http://www.askpatty.com/

http://www.abqmuddvolleyball.org/

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