KABF 88.3FM  LITTLE ROCKEducational Perspectives Radio Show
March 20, 2010
11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
KABF 88.3 FM
Join Terence Bolden and new Co-Host
Congratulations Mina!
Community Focus Hour 11:00 to 12:00 Noon 
Green and Clean Hour 12 Noon to 1:00 pm
 (The times listed are CST, please add an hour for EST or 2 hours earlier for Pacific for listeners on the web)

Community Focus Hour 
11:00 a.m. to 12 Noon   Noon to 1 p.m. EST!
Dr. Suzanne Ebbers

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PART II: A Discussion about Avitars!

Dr. Suzanne Ebbers hails from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.  She showed early academic and professional promise by graduating first in her junior high school class and second in her high school class. She was also voted by her high school graduating peers as being "Most Likely to Succeed".


Dr. Ebbers' academic career focused first on developing her International perspective with degrees in International Affairs and French, a partial advanced degree in French, and an Internship in Paris, France. She then refocused her energies on earning a Master's in Instructional Systems and a Ph.D. in Performance Systems from one of the top two Instructional Systems schools in the country, Florida State University. Further, Dr. Ebbers' specializes in psychology-based change, and her work is deeply informed by social, health, clinical, and educational psychologies, as well as communication and business theory. She has a strong expertise in the areas of prevention, obesity, substance abuse, and post-traumatic stress disorder. She firmly believes that if more people had the learnable skills to effect change personally and professionally, there would be more success in change, and she is committed to delivering that capability throughout the world.

Other Work by Dr. Ebbers!
An opportunity to Heed the Call to Action:

Seeking Partners and a Viable Business Model to Address the

Childhood Obesity Epidemic


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Suzanne J. Ebbers, Ph.D., CEO



On January 28, 2010, First Lady Michelle Obama, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, and U.S. Surgeon General Regina M. Benjamin jointly announced plans "...to help Americans lead healthier lives through better nutrition, regular physical activity, and improving communities to support healthy choices." As of today, February 9, 2010, the First Lady is has begun rolling out a comprehensive policy shift and effort to address the alarming, out of control rate of increased childhood obesity. The time is ripe for solid solutions to this growing epidemic.



Tune in to "The Clean Green Hour" from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. 

 with Terence Bolden and Mina Collins as we discuss world issues of water shortages, renewable energy sources, clean air, alternative fuels, and purification of water resources and much more in ways that helps to preserve our planet earth.

Join us as we discuss "Growing Arkansas' Green Economy" with Sam O'Bryant  of Pulaski County government from 12 noon to 12:30 p.m.!
Sam O'Bryant began his career with Pulaski County government as an Assistant Program Coordinator for Pulaski County Youth Services in 2005. His work with Pulaski County Youth Services has included expanding and developing programs, grant writing, community outreach, and public relations.
The Pulaski County Brownfields Program works to provide property assessments and revolving loans to help organizations and communities facilitate the cleanup of industrially blighted areas.  The need for forward-looking green job training and environmental remediation in Pulaski County has grown
 dramatically in recent years.  To that end, the Pulaski County Brownfields program seeks to include environmental job training to disadvantaged residents affected by brownfields blight.
Pulaski County Brownfields presents:
Growing Arkansas' Green Economy
Creating Sustainable Communities, Businesses, & Jobs
April 26 & 27, 2010
North Little Rock Wyndham Riverfront Hotel
Listen to kABF on Internet Radio
12:30 to 1:00 P.M.

Brent PetersonThe Sustainability Business Network of Central Arkansas Joins us for our Monthly Green Business Spotlight! Brent Peterson of Cpais and Trios


Trio's Restaurant, which began in 1986 as a gourmet shop with "good food to go" along with cookbooks, coffee, gadgets, and a well-stocked deli, has evolved into one of the finest dining and catering establishments in the state. Capi Peck and Brent Peterson have nurtured Trio's from its inception. It is their "baby," and it has grown into an award-winning restaurant known for innovation and consistency. In the fall of 2008, Capi's, our new restaurant in Pleasant Ridge Town Center, joined the family.
"Good" food, in every sense of the word, is what one will find at Trio's: not just tasty food, but good for the soul, good for the body, and good for the planet. We strive to use produce in season from local organic growers. We've switched to biodegradable carry-out packaging and utensils, and we discourage waste of plastic and paper bags, paper napkins, and disposable utensils. We're very proud to be founding members of the Arkansas Green Restaurant Alliance.
So many of Trio's loyal customers began their culinary adventures more than 20 years ago as toddlers at the Trio's table. And, for many displaced Arkansans, a visit home wouldn't be complete without a meal at Trio's with family and friends. Most important are the employees who were here almost from the beginning. Partner Stephanie Caruthers started at Trio's as a baker in 1987, and directs the Catering Department. Partner Robin McCreight joined Trio's in 1991. Her boundless energy helps keep the fires burning at Capi's. The "Trio's Family" extends far and wide, and Capi and Brent have successfully fostered the fundamental ideal of "hearth and home" in the staff at Trio's and Capi's. We all believe that ideal is the key to our success. And, of course, there's the food!
Capi and Brent's philosophy regarding hospitality focuses on the theme of the heart and hearth of Trio's. First and foremost, they want to convey that diners at Trio's are guests in their home. It is the place where anyone can come in, sit down, and feel right at home with a steaming bowl of Chicken and Dumplings for lunch or a perfectly seared piece of ahi tuna for dinner.
So, pull up a chair!  We'd be pleased to have you as our guest.

We will meet you there at high noon (1 P.M. EST) on www.kabf.com or 88.3 FM on your radio dial!  KABF, "The Voice of the People" heard around the world- you don't want to miss it!
Terence L. Bolden, Host
 Mina Collins, Co-Host



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