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                 Having a Scoop with Ramone's Old Fashioned Ice Cream Parlor 

ECHR, in cooperation with Ramone's in downtown Eau Claire, are highlighting area agencies that are bettering our community.  Each month, we'll sit down at Ramone's and learn more about these outstanding individuals and organizations all while relaxing with some great ice cream from a family-run operation.

 

EPISODE #12  - Boys and Girls Club

MarLee Johnson from the Boys & Girls Club of the Greater Chippewa Valley's Eau Claire location joins us.  We talk all about the organization both during the ongoing pandemic but also the club in general and what to look for.

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EPISODE #11

 

On this installment of "Have a Scoop with Ramones Ice Cream"  we meet Kristen from the Beaver Creek Reserve.  She heads up Outreach and Development for them and joins the program to discuss all that one can do there.  Even during the pandemic and with winter weather here, there are still plenty of activities that allow area residents to take advantage of the natural beauty that surrounds us.

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EPISODE  #10

 

20% of the population has dyslexia.  Its more about science than education and is  something many innovators, musicians and even doctors face.  Dr. Tammy Tillotson from the Children's Dyslexia Center of Upper Wisconsin joins Scott and Blayne to discuss. 

  1. We learn what dyslexia is and common myths

  2. What schools can do to help the issue. Are teachers prepared to teach the science of reading?

  3. Ways you can help the center locally.  

 

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 EPISODE  #9

Becca from Red's Mercantile and the Red Letter Grant joins the program talking about local female entreprenuership.

  1. How her business “Red’s Mercantile” got started

  2. The start of the Red Letter Grant to support local female entreprenuers

  3. Balancing her time with both

  4. How can people volunteer/support Red Letter Grant

  5. Keys for success for entrepreneurs (hiring employees and avoiding your own burnout)

  6. Why going to the “opening” of a new shop is exciting for her

  7. The best way to “win” one of the Red Letter Grants  

 

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 EPISODE  #7

This episode features a look at the operation of Big Brothers Big Sisters with the local agency's CEO Wes Escondo.  Among the topics covered:

- The work that goes into coordinating and maintaining matches

- The need for volunteers

- Who makes a good "Big"

- Other ways to volunteer

- What motivates people associated with BBBS

- Their "Battle Golf" fundraiser

- Re-thinking fundraising during 2020.

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Patrick Davy
Donnellan Real Estate

West Wisconsin Play by Play, LLC

2010 Hatch Street

Eau Claire, WI  54701

echometownradio@gmail.com