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Debut of #LookForTheHelpers, a RadioACTive series highlighting folks getting up to #GoodTrouble in the Beehive State, including Nurture the Creative Mind, Native Youth Art Initiative, Fourth Street Clinic and Ogden's Own.
Tonight's lineup of helpers in our neighborhoods:
RadioACTive has served up #QuarantineCocktails just about every weeknight since April 6, 2020. Our goal has been to shine a light on small, locally-owned restaurants, bars and breweries as they navigate COVID-19, and to mix a good cocktail, mocktail or vegan shake along the way. Tonight’s edition:
Amir Jackson of Nurture the Creative Mind, a 501 c(3) nonprofit that empowers and establishes self-value in youth through creativity, while developing marketable skills. In addition to sharing music created through the program, Jackson introduced Valiss and Mercedes to share their experiences.
Native Youth Art Initiative, a project created by sisters Izzy and Alyssa Klain, with help from their mother and aunt, Samantha and Donna Eldridge (respectively), and Sheri Gib of Clever Octopus in SLC.
Know a helper in your neighborhood? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (385) 800-1899 and tell us about them for a future show.
Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, 90.9fm KRCL. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: