The Happy Hour 9-15-13

The positive vibrations were flowing today from the Happy Hour.  Listen HERE in case you missed the show (or on buddha below)!

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Playlist:

1. Mushaboom – Feist  2. Freedom (part 2) – The Beautiful Girls  3. Running Wild – Moon Taxi  4. California Sunrise – Dirty Gold  5. If Love is the Drug Than I Want to OD – Brian Jonestown Massacre  6. Into the Mystic – Van Morrison  7. Some Kind of Beautiful – Nikki Costa  8. Free – Mary J Blige  9. Powers – Blackalicious  10. Everybody’s Brother – Cody ChestnuTT  11. Heart of Gold – Charles Bradley  12. Ayodegi – Afro Latin vintage Orchestra  13. Progress – Book T. Jones  14. Thank You God – Darondo  15. Go Where You Wanna Go – Mammas and The Papas  16. (The) Happy Song – The Box Tops  17. 59th Streedt Bridge Song (feelin groovy) – The Free Design  18. Groovin (out on life) – Nolan Power  19. You Can Get it if You Really Want it – Jimmy Cliff  20. I Shall Be Free – Toots and the Maytals  21. Music is Love – David Crosby  22. Peaceful – Bobbie Gentry  23. Sun is Shining – Bebel Gilberto  24. Noche de Garua – Los Desellos  25. People – Super Kidd  26. Stone Folk – The Advancement

We heard from Debbie Belt, information specialist with Louisville Metro Government community services and revitalization department.

She discussed the department’s  financial literacy programs offered and a 47,000 grant awarded to the department and partnership with Dare to Care; to provide children and teens hot meals after school at local community centers.

Call 311 (metro call) with any questions on services or you can click here for volunteer options

Check out this success story!

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Shartina “Tami” Charles is a shining example of a great community leader and female-business owner who, through her own determination and funding of capital, began Dudley Products Louisville. Unemployed just a couple years ago, Tami received a variety of client services through the Department of Community Services and Revitalization – including an educational scholarship from Community Action Partnership to and business training funds from the microenterprise program . Tami credits this support for giving her the leverage she needed to obtain her educational and business goals.

Good news stories included:

ALGEAUS – the first car fueled by algea bio-fuel!

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