Cedar Rapids Newsleaders
Videos for March 2014
Manager, Volunteer Engagement, United Way of East Central Iowa
Sue Driscoll, Manager of Volunteer Engagement with United Way of East Central Iowa explains to us the process of choosing Volunteer of the Year, their upcoming Volunteer Recognition Breakfast, and how you can get involved.
Consumer Credit Counseling Director
Scott Shook, Consumer Credit Counseling Director, shares with us how Credit Counseling helps develop sound money management decisions, how easy it is to get in touch with Horizons start a plan, and other information regarding financial health.
Clinical Director, Horizons Family Service Alliance
Rosemary Ziskovsky, Clinical Director with Horizons Family Service Alliance talks about ACEs, and how Horizons provides support, information, and prevention.
Executive Director, Cedar Valley Humane Society
Chuck Tourtillott, Executive Director of the Cedar Valley Humane Society, tells us about their upcoming auction Wine and Wags, how fundraisers help the animals, and other donations that are helpful.
Partership for a Drug Free Iowa
Peter Komendowski with the Partnership for a Drug Free Iowa explains to us what media literacy is and how it affects our children.
Amanda Greider with Safe-CR shares with us how this program came about, how it will help the community, and the benefits to city officials and tax payers as well.
Manager of the 211 Program, United Way
Chris Juett, Manager of the 211 Program for the United Way talks about the Special Needs Registry, who should sign up, and how easy it is to get registered.
City of Marion
Kesha Billings with the City of Marion explains the Master Trails Plan, how the process is going, and what trail users can do to help develop routes.
Norah Hammond with the Science Center talks about the new Maker Space, Spring Break Camps, and membership benefits.
Indian Creek Nature Center
John Myers from the Indian Creek Nature Center talks about the Maple Syrup events going on right now and exciting new programs coming up in spring.