“Imagining Yolo Davis” interviews citizens (imaginers) of this community who are imagining projects that will affect all of us for the greater good. From recycling, music, community groups to park clean up groups the list goes on, private imaginers using their talents to enrich our community.
What makes them tick and what is so important?
The answer, the health and well being of our community.
The goal of “Imagining Yolo Davis” is twofold. One goal is to learn about a particular project and what motivates the imaginers participation. The second goal is to motivate other imaginers in our community.
The show airs Fridays at 5:30 pm on KDRT. Repeats available on www.kdrt.org or on your favorite podcast app.
Imagining Yolo Davis for 5:30pm on Mar 17th, 2023Sat, 03/25/2023 - 10:35am | Pieter Pastoor
Imagining Yolo Davis, March 24, 2023: Tony Morales discusses mentoring as 'a key to life'Fri, 03/24/2023 - 6:10pm | Pieter Pastoor
Tony Morales joins us this week to share his experiences as both a recipient and a leader of Empower Yolo. Tony discusses the benefits and results of this all-important program.
Laura Legacki from Yolo CASA, on Imagining Yolo-Davis, March 3, 2023Fri, 03/03/2023 - 6:10pm | Pieter Pastoor
Laura Legacki discusses the benefits of volunteering within the Yolo CASA organization. Laura, a long-time volunteer and training director at the nonprofit, shares stories about the bond formed with the foster child, and explains what is required of volunteers and the training they receive.
From Yolo CASA: "The heart of our program is the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), a specially trained and supervised community volunteer appointed by the judge. Research shows that just one consistent, stable, and healthy relationship significantly improves adult outcomes for foster children."
Imagining Yolo-Davis, premiere show with guest Dirk Brazil, Feb. 24, 2023Fri, 02/24/2023 - 6:10pm | Pieter Pastoor
Imagining Yolo-Davis is a civic-minded interview program that features volunteers who are creating a better community for all of us.
In this premiere episode, show host Pieter Pastoor interviews Dirk Brazil, a longtime active member of the communities he has lived in. His professional career has been in city government. He is a retired city manager for Davis, and also has his own radio show on KDRT, The Twang Thang.
Listen in as we discuss the benefits of volunteering, both on a personal level and for the health of the community.
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