Friday, November 30, 2018

Eye On Oshkosh - Food and Toy Drive, Allison Garner's new book - taped ...

In the latest edition of Eye on Oshkosh, host Cheryl Hentz discusses two different topics.

In the first segment, she discusses the Oshkosh Fire Department's 20th annual Food & Toy Drive with firefighter/paramedic Eric Shae, and two members of the Oshkosh North High School Communities Program, Hailey Engelmann and Lauren Griswold, who are helping with this year's drive.
In the second segment, Hentz speaks with Oshkosh school board member and new author Allison Garner, about the district's budget and a couple other district issues. They then discuss Garner's first-ever book entitled "Think Positive: The Light and Dark Side of Never Running Out of Ideas." Whether you are an executive of a large corporation, leader of a small group or nonprofit, or just an individual who would like to take better control of their lives and make more of an impact in the community and within your own tribe, this book is a must-read. The book hits the market in February 2019. Watch for it in stores or online.

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Thursday, November 01, 2018

Eye on Oshkosh - Festival of Gratitude and Solutions Recovery, taped 11-...

On the most recent episode of Eye on Oshkosh, host Cheryl Hentz talks with Rev. Tom Willadsen, about the annual Festival of Gratitude – something he has been involved with spearheading for several years. This year’s event will be held at The Grand Opera House in Oshkosh, making it the 9th
year The Grand has hosted it. In past years the event has been interfaith but this year will also feature non-faith groups. Willadsen says they’ve realized that not everyone belongs to a faith, and yet, are part of our community and have things to be grateful for, as well. This year’s event will also be in Braille and signed for those who are hearing-impaired.  The event will be held on Monday, Nov. 19th beginning at 7pm and is free and open to all members of the community. A freewill offering will be taken to help cover costs.
In the second segment, Hentz talks with folks from Solutions Recovery, Inc., about their organization and how they help people in recovery or are members of a 12-step program. Joining her in the conversation are Operations Director Trevor Fenrich, Club Manager Ellie Edwards, and Board Member Jenna Washuleski. The discussion centered around what the organization does, who it’s open to, how it is supported and how people can get involved. They also talked about things on their wish list, if someone wants to help with something other than a financial contribution.

The show can be seen here or by following this link: