Host Katie Kijowski speaks with Bollingbrook resident John Mohler about living with multiple sclerosis and his involvement in the “Skydiving for MS” fundraiser. Becky Johns of the Chicago Skydiving Center explains how the event benefits those living with MS. Local business owner Don Godshaw and wife Jan discuss the non-profit organization “Adaptive Adventures.”
Superintendent Michael Kelly joins host Katie Kijowski to discuss the wide variety of programs and initiatives that are currently underway at the Chicago Park District. Jim Merrell of the Active Transportation Alliance joins her to discuss current issues in biking in the city.
Host Katie Kijowski speaks with the founder of the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation, Colleen Kisel, about how she started the non-profit after her son, Martin, battled leukemia as a child. Then, she speaks with Director of the Panic Anxiety Recovery Center Mark Pfeffer about social anxiety, and his partnership with The Second City. Finally, two local women join her to discuss the “Improv for Anxiety” program.
Host Katie Kijowski discusses topics from identity fraud to consumer protection tips with the city’s Department of Consumer Affairs and Protection Commissioner in light of National Safety Month. She also discusses children’s injury prevention tips with Safe Kids Chicago Coordinator Jessica Choi.
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