When we think puppets we often think of children. But our guest, Leonard Corbin, dispels that thinking by bridging the generation gap–from kids to seniors– with his puppet ministry, Ebony Sonshine Puppets.
Our guest, Michelle Clark had checked all of the boxes:
education–check, good job–check, nice home–check. Then life gave her another box to check off–coping with blindness.
Amber Woods shares her world-view of living with blindness and how she went from being a consumer to becoming an advocate for issues impacting the blind and low-vision community.
Covid-19 has changed the way we do almost everything, including grocery shopping.
Our guest Todd Tolson, CEO of Grocery By Phone, takes the mystery out of using his grocery delivery service.
Todd Tolson, founder of Grocery By Phone AKA the Door2Door Grocer gives us tips on how to manage grocery shopping in our “new normal”.
Dear Reverend “Radio Ray”,
Thank you very much for your lovely note. We thank you very much for providing us the opportunity to share information about the Metropolitan Washington Ear with your audience. Hopefully some people who were listening will contact us about signing up for themselves and/or will tell others about our services that could make a big difference in their lives. Continue reading “Neely Oplinger, Executive Director Metropolitan Washington Ear Inc.”
120 Years of Service
Founded in 1900 by two men from Connecticut who were blind, Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB) celebrated its 120 years of impact on May 17, 2020. As President & CEO of Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind, I, Tony Cancelosi, thank you all for your enduring support that has contributed to our 120 years of programs and services.