Crook County High senior Brandon Zemp is a wonderful role model both in his school and community. He's already written a book titled "Clairvoyance" in which he writes about awakening the human mind and exploring life's possibilities. His younger brother, Casey, has Autism and Brandon is donating all the proceeds from his book to Autism charities and research. Additionally, Brandon is focused on becoming an MD in Neurology and hopes to one day find a cure for the condition. Listen to this 5 minute podcast and be inspired!
Thanks to this week's sponsor - Scott Steele, Steele Associates Architects !
Crook County Heroes, Students Making a Difference in their Schools and Community is proud to name Chance Sutfin as this week's Hero. Chance is a role model to many young people in Crook County. Find out what life has thrown at Chance already - and how he's used the challenges to direct his life. This week's podcast (7 minutes) is sponsored by Goody's of Prineville, the place in Crook County for homemade chocolates and ice cream.
Sharon Vail and Dean Noyes on CHIP's impact in Crook County
The Community Health Improvement Partnership (or CHIP) is the focus of this 19-minute podcast. Sharon Vail, Executive Director, and Dean Noyes, Chair of both the Advisory Group and the Dental Committee, were my guests. You'll learn about all the wonderful work that CHIP is doing here in Crook County Oregon - and how you can get involved. And you'll learn a little about each guest, how long they've lived in Crook County and why they are passionate about wellness and healthcare.