ENTERTAINMENT: AS OF 9/8 4PM – New Seminary Interfaith Invocation, USO Troupe, Legendary Intruders, Guy Davis (Son of Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee), David Ippolito (That Central Park Guitar Man) The Accidentals, Broadway Leading Performers, Gemma and Deaf Choir, Missy Galore, David Peel & the Lower East Side, Gil-T (Laura Niro's Son), Mentalizer Ehud Sergev, Quarin, World Island, Harlem Writers Guild Reading, C&C Entertainment/Club Getaway Dancers, Blacksmith, Victoria Baker/Opera, Second Look, Cort Corbin, Pamela Peeters, Cecilia St. King, DJ PM/ Southern Rock and Cajun Music, along with Mr. Pete Seeger's Blessing and dancing all night long. More to come!
* Blue Revolution term comes from UN Secretary General Kofi Annan's statement entitled, WORLD'S WATER PROBLEMS CAN BE 'CATALYST FOR COOPERATION.'
SALVATION ARMY - When emergencies occur and disaster strikes, whether internationally, nationally or locally, The Salvation Army goes into action! In the wake of what is being called one of the worst natural disasters in the history of the United States, The Salvation Army has launched one of the largest emergency disaster services relief efforts in our organization's history. And, frankly, The Salvation Army needs the partnership of Good News Corporation and its listeners. An update follows, both nationally and locally, about The Salvation Army's work in response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina.
Currently, The Salvation Army is providing relief to residents and first responders in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, New Orleans, Louisiana and Mobile, Alabama. Additional Salvation Army mobile food units, called canteens, are staged in surrounding areas and are, and have been, prepared to be deployed to other affected areas once emergency personnel determine it is safe. More than 250 Salvation Army Officers and volunteers are providing aid from these canteens, which, today, number 100 with more planned to be deployed from Salvation Army offices throughout the nation. Additionally, The Salvation Army has staged its two 54-foot mobile kitchens in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Mobile, Alabama. At present, The Salvation Army is serving 5,000 meals per day from its canteens and 20,000 meals per day from its mobile kitchens. However, The Salvation Army is prepared to serve 500,000 meals per day.
World Water Rescue Foundation (WWRF), founded in 2000 www.wwrf.org, is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to protecting and preserving the world's water resources and ensuring the fundamental right of access to safe drinking water for all people. David Carradine, world renowned actor, is the International spokesperson for the WWRF.
Good News Broadcast (GNB), founded in 1998 www.goodnewsbroadcast.com, is a 501-C3 Corporation with a mission to find, receive, create and broadcast to the world, life-affirming, thought-provoking, educational news, entertainment and events; content that is non-violent, non-sectarian, non-political. We elicit the positive side of news from the World's public, media and journalists that generate compelling domestic and international stories. Hosts for the evening: Paul Sladkus, Glenn Brown, Aaron Peta, Major Carter.
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