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December

R.O.T.W. Segment – December 8, 2018

09:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 1 Seg 1 – R.O.T.W. Segment

RESTAURANT OF THE WEEK w/ John Fritch re: “Peaks Restaurants” re: 1 Tram Way, Palm Springs, CA. 92262.
– 12/15 – Santa arrives @ the Tram and on 12/16 FIRST EVER “Brunch w/ Santa”. Call for reservations. (760) 325-1449.
– New menu items for the winter. Lamb stew, meatloaf, roasted beet salad.
– Peaks is fine dining, please make reservations.
– John also manages the “Pines Café”. Buffet price includes the Tram ride price too. They will have a Christmas special there too. Reservations not necessary.
— Peaks won #8 IN THE WORLD restaurant for cliffside dining from Architectural Design.
– 12/25 – Special Christmas Ride and Dine all day. Special menus too.
– 1/1 Special New Year’s Ride and Dine.
www.pstramway.com
(760) 325-4537).

John & Joey

NEW YEAR’S EVE EXTRAVAGANZA w/ Tony Aguilar re: In association w/ Palm Springs Youth Charities.
– 12/31 – Starring Frank Di Salvo and his great danceband “Swing city” w/ special guest Terri Olsen.
– Will benefit Veterans of Foreign Wars, many of whom are disabled.
– 9 PM – 12:15 AM @ the Rowan Hotel. Tony’s email is psgolfta@nullaol.com for more information and donations.
www.brownpapertickets.com
(760) 567-9968)

Tony

Faith and Furry Segment – December 8, 2018

09:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 1 Seg 2 – Faith and Furry Segment

HANUKKAH w/ Rabbi Sally Olins re: Rabbi Emeritus Temple Isaiah.
– Hanukkah sundown Sunday, Dec.,2 – sundown Monday, Dec.,10.
– Explanation of the meaning of Hanukkah. Basically the right to worship the way one pleases. Celebrate Hanukkah for 8 days. The miracle of the lighting of the candle that lasted 8 days.
– Rabbi Sally is the “Coffee House Rabbi” for a group that meets the 1st and 3rd Sunday @ 10 AM @ the Hyatt Hotel. Classes that teach gratitude and is open to ALL.
– Rabbi Sally will do memorial services for pets/animals for familys.
www.rabbisally.com
(818) 388-8867)

LOVING ALL ANIMALS w/ Lynn Lockwood re: 44635 San Rafael Ave., Palm Desert, CA. 92260.
– Often losing a pet is harder for some than losing a human being.
– Best gift for a pet – A COLLAR. Facebook/lostandfoundpets.
– Any vet will scan an animal for a microchip. Change phone number on the chip registry.
– DO NOT gift a pet unless the recipient picks what pet they want. Give a gift voucher.
– Do an “age appropriate” adoption. Older folks need to be able to bend over, clean a litter box, take the pet to the vet, etc.,
– Loving All Animals and the Pet Rescue Center have become the Loving All Animals Pet Rescue Center.
– We need volunteers to play with dogs and cats, to feed and clean them. Fun and worthwhile volunteer opportunities for anyone over 17 years of age.
– Please come to our open house at the Pet Rescue Center on Saturday December 15, 2018
10am-2pm. 83496 Avenue 51, Coachella Ca 92236.
www.lovingallanimals.org

Lynne & Rabbi Sally

Shopping and Shows Segment – December 8, 2018

09:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 1 Seg 3 – Shopping and Shows Segment

COYOTE STAGEWORKS w/ Chuck Yates re:
– 12.16 – FREE staged reading of “Eugene Walter At Large” by Joel Vig.
– 2 PM @ the Camelot Theatre on Baristo.
– Check the websites for more play dates and the series @ the Annenberg.
www.coyotestageworks.org
(760) 325-6565 for the Camelot)

REVIVALS STORES w/ Charles Huff re: Volunteer Coordinator for Desert AIDS Project.
– “Thank you” to Coyote Stageworks for the donations of tickets to DAP.
– Palm Springs Store; 20% OFF brand-new rugs; 25% OFF donated furniture.
– Cathedral City Store; 25% OFF donated books; 25% OFF donated shoes; 25% OFF donated small appliances.
– Palm Desert Store; 20% OFF new mode furniture.
www.revivalsstores.com
(760) 969-5749.

Charles & Chuck

MENTION; Liberty Trees;
– Fresh cut only 48 hours ago in Montana and Oregon and driven straight down to the Desert.
– Not stored in a warehouse for months where they dry out.
– 11 different types of trees, up to 20 feet tall.
– Can flock in any color.
– Will deliver.
– Have a re-useable tree stand, that NEVER leaks and is ALWAYS LEVEL, already attached.
– Two lots; 400 N. Indian Canyon, Palm Springs and 73-976 San Luis Rey, Palm Desert.
Sequoia (406) 531-8018)

Joey’s Montana Ponderosa Pine Tree Christmas Tree!!!

“Senior Moment”/Time Passages Segment – December 8, 2018

10:00 – 11:00 AM

Hour 2 Seg 1 – “Senior Moment”/Time Passages Segment

BROOKDALE MIRAGE INN w/ Kurt Suminski re: Director of Clare Bridge/Memory Care.
– REPORT on the Holiday Open House this past weekend. Champagne, carolers, the resident’s band. Memory Care performed too.
– Three levels @ Brookdale. 1. Independent Living, 2. Assisted Living and 3. Memory Care (which is for alzheimers and dementia patients)
– 12.15 – Clare Bridge Residents Holiday Party for residents, their family and friends.
– Residents will take a field trip to Candy Cane Lane.
– When relatives come to visit elderly parents this time of year, it’s a good time to tour Brookdale.
www.brookdale.com
(760) 346-7772)

Kurt

TIME PASSAGES w/ Charlie Dyer re: Former President George H.W. Bush. 6.12.1924 – 11.30.2018

George H.W. Bush

“Senior Moment” Segment cont. – December 8, 2018

10:00 – 11:00 AM

Hour 2 Seg 2 – “Senior Moment” Segment cont.

FAMILY HOSPICE CARE w/ Dr. Howard Cohen and Donna Knight re: 255 El Cielo Road, Ste., C-300, Palm Springs, CA. 92262.
– Dr. Cohen is the Medical Director of Family Hospice Care.
– Donna is the Director of Volunteer Services for Family Hospice Care. In her photo she is wearing a shawl that one of the volunteers knitted to the patients.
– Donna meets EVERY new patient that comes to Family Hospice and discusses their needs.
– Medicare considers volunteers as employees who do not get paid.
– Hospice programs MUST HAVE a volunteer program. 12 hours of classes are required. They learn the philosophy and history. Volunteers must learn each discipline.
– Many hospice volunteers are family/friends of former hospice patients who can return after one year.
– Hospice services come to where you live.
– 98% of volunteers want to meet the patients.
– Volunteers do music, reflexology, poetry, writing of life stories, etc.
– Volunteers usually go to a patient once a week.
www.familyhospicecare.com
(760) 674-3344).

Donna & Dr. Howie

“Senior Moment” Segment cont. – December 8, 2018

10:00 – 11:00 AM

Hour 2 Seg 3 – “Senior Moment” Segment cont.

FOREST LAWN w/ Larry Davis re: 69855 Ramon Road, Cathedral City. CA. 92234.
– The setting and atmosphere of Forest Lawn vs. the “Hollywood” image of funerals etc.
– Service oriented in all things.
– Funerals seem to become more dramatic as we age and we deal w/ our own mortality.
– Discussion of how we deal w/ a loss @ different stages of our own lives and the control we feel we may or may not have.
– There’s lots of help in learning how to live w/ a loss in your “grief recovery”.
– Pre-planning and pre-paying for your services will give you the “control” and peace of mind. Forest Lawn personnel will help w/ these discussions also.
www.forestlawn.com
(760) 328-3039)

Larry

MENTION; Liberty Trees;
– Fresh cut only 48 hours ago in Montana and Oregon and driven straight down to the Desert.
– Not stored in a warehouse for months where they dry out.
– 11 different types of trees, up to 20 feet tall.
– Can flock in any color.
– Will deliver.
– Have a re-useable tree stand, that NEVER leaks and is ALWAYS LEVEL, already attached.
– Wreaths and garlands available too.
– Two lots; 400 N. Indian Canyon, Palm Springs and 73-976 San Luis Rey, Palm Desert.
Sequoia (406) 531-8018)

Neuro Vitality Center Segment – December 8, 2018

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Hour 3 Seg 1 – Neuro Vitality Center Segment

NEURO VITALITY CENTER w/ Bev Greer re: 2800 E. Alejo Road, Palm Springs, CA. 92262. Bev is the C.E.O.
– December is a happy month @ the NVC. Lots of groups, religious leaders, and parties to celebrate the Holidays.
– Clients are anyone w/ any kind of neurological problems. Parkinson’s, MS, and of course, stroke
– NVC focuses on “person-centered care”.
– To become a client you must: 1. Go thru an evaluation. 2. Bring in your list of meds. 3. Have a referral from a medical doctor.
– No time frame for being a client. If you’re here for just the Holidays, sign up!!!!
– Funding by community donations for their $1 million dollar a year budget.
– Christmas shop @ Jackie Lee’s Thrift Shop.
www.neurovitalitycenter.org
(760) 323-7676)

Bev

Desert Care Network Segment – December 8, 2018

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Hour 3 Seg 2 – Desert Care Network Segment

DESERT REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER w/ Gael Whetstone, BSN, RN. re: Trauma Prevention Coordinator.
– Deliver excellence in trauma care and deliver excellence in education in an effort to prevent the need for trauma care.
– She is addressing the fact that we have 4 times the national average in pedestrian deaths. Had 3 deaths last month alone.
– Guidelines: carry a flashlight, wear light colors, be AWARE, too much distraction either crossing the street or driving while texting or talking.
– Gael speaks out in the community on any/all issues. Just call her.
– Desert Care Network’s/D.R.M.C.’s brochure called: “People Don’t Come w/ Airbags”….Street Safety Tips for pedestrians, drivers and cyclists.
– Discussion of a national program “Active Shooter Scenario” class called “stop the bleeding”. Call her for details. Three steps: 1. Tourniquet, 2. Direct pressure and 3. Wound pressure.
www.desertcarenetwork.com
(760) 323-6140)

Gael

Talk of Stars Segment – December 8, 2018

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Hour 3 Seg 3 – Talk of Stars Segment

TALK OF STARS w/ Rita Rudner re: Tomorrow, 12.9 @ the Mc Callum Theatre. 3:00 PM.
– Her career history and show business story.
– 12.9 – Her show tomorrow @ the Mc Callum Theatre @ 3 PM.
– Her style for making things funny and entertaining.
– Discussion of working w/ her husband all these years.
– Her latest Special, “The Tale of Two Dresses”.
www.mccallumtheatre.com
(760) 340-ARTS).

Rita

MENTION; Liberty Trees;
– Fresh cut only 48 hours ago in Montana and Oregon and driven straight down to the Desert.
– Not stored in a warehouse for months where they dry out.
– 11 different types of trees, up to 20 feet tall.
– Can flock in any color.
– Will deliver.
– Have a re-useable tree stand, that NEVER leaks and is ALWAYS LEVEL, already attached.
– Wreaths and garlands available too.
– Two lots; 400 N. Indian Canyon, Palm Springs and 73-976 San Luis Rey, Palm Desert.
Sequoia (406) 531-8018)

R.O.T.W. Segment – December 1, 2018

09:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 1 Seg 1 – R.O.T.W. Segment

RESTAURANT OF THE WEEK w/ Willie Rhine re: “849” re: 849 N. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs, 92262.
– REPORT on his being honored Friday 11.30 as one of D.A.P.’s “Unsung Heroes”.
– 12.3 – 24th Annual Holiday Wreath Auction @ “849”. 5:30 to 7:30 PM. For all artist, designers, decorators and hobbyists to be auctioned off. Can enter up until the Auction wreaths. Craig Michaels will be the auctioneer.
– Anyone who screams “849” @ any point in the auction you can buy a wreath for $849.
– Palm Springs Animal Shelter and The Center PS are the beneficial charities.
– Catering.
– Christmas Day will have a full 4-course menu w/ a kids menu and you need reservations.
– New Year’s Eve w/ Keisha D and you need reservations.
www.eight4nine.com
www.849events.com
(760) 325-8490).

Willie

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