Musicians of Heart and Soul are ready to stroll, and one-on-one with SLC Mayoral candidate David Ibarra
YouthWorks Salt Lake's Hope, Emma, Maria and Alize stopped by to invite the community to an evening of live cultural performances, food trucks and a glow in the dark room. Started in 1982, YSL is a pre-employment and civic engagement program of NeighborWorks Salt Lake.
Heart & Soul brings hope, healing and joy to 27,000 people each year by producing more than 1,200 live shows at convalescent homes, senior centers, hospitals, centers for children with disabilities, psychiatric facilities, domestic abuse shelters and prisons. RadioACTive talked with executive director Janna Lauer and board member Tom Stillinger about the 25-year-old non-profit that seeks to create a social awareness of people isolated from society.
One-on-One with David Ibarra, candidate for SLC Mayor. Part 1 of our Impact Politics series at Impact Hub Salt Lake, 150 S. State St., SLC. Meet us Thursdays at 7 p.m. at The Hub to find out why these folks want to be mayor, why they think they're ready, and what they'll do about some of the top issues facing the Capital City.
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RadioACTive is a production of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah. Tonight's team included: