Saturday, September 21, 2013

CASA Needs Volunteers - Now!

30 Children Need an Advocate Today


CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Prineville needs your help! They're not looking for your money, they're looking for a little of your time, your empathy for the children who've been removed from their parent's home due to abuse or neglect. Over 60 children are in foster care in Crook County - but only half of them have an Advocate, someone trained and specifically looking out for the rights and needs of the child. Listen to this 10-minute radio show with two members of the Prineville CASA team - Gaylynn Kerns and Meriah Smith - learn what it's like being an Advocate - then seriously consider becoming part of the CASA team in Prineville.





Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Kseniya Stevens

Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine in Prineville


Kseniya Stevens is the owner of Your Healing Path. A licensed and certified acupuncturist and practitioner of Oriental Medicine, Kseniya's passion is helping people find and get on their healing path. Kseniya's back story is as interesting as her medical practice. Russian-born, she's been in the U.S. now for almost 20 years and has a unique perspective on Prineville and Central Oregon. Listen to this 8-minute radio broadcast and learn about acupuncture and how Oriental Medicine may just put you on your healing path! (First broadcast on 9/10/13 on KPOV 88.9 FM's daily news show "The Point.")


Kseniya Stevens & Acupuncture Patient