Hampton Roads weekly is a local radio talk show hosted & produced by Chris Caliente. This programs airs on WKSA-FM on Saturday mornings @ 7am, WMOV-FM and WVMA-FM Sunday at 7a, and on WOWI-FM Sundays @ 9am each week highlighting the community events, leaders and achievements of the Hampton Roads area.
If your non-profit organization would like to be featured on this program email firstname.lastname@example.org with the details. Any events that are FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC are also welcomed.
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KHADIJAH JORDAN, M.D., F.A.C.O.G., F.A.C.S.
Eric O. Moody Attorney at Law
A native of Chesapeake, Virginia, Attorney Eric Moody is a product of the Chesapeake Public Schools having graduated from Crestwood High School in 1969 with honors, and attended Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania where he earned the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy in 1973. While at Lafayette he was awarded the George Wharton Pepper Prize, bestowed upon the graduating senior who best demonstrated the institution's "highest ideal." Mr. Moody then studied law at the University of Virginia and received his Juris Doctorate degree in 1976 and was admitted to the Virginia State Bar that same year.
In his community, Attorney Moody has served 18 years as a commissioner on the Economic Development Authority for the City of Chesapeake, 11 years of which he served as its Chairman, he presided as Substitute Judge for the Chesapeake General District Court for 24 years, from 1983 to 2007. Moody is twice past president of the South Hampton Roads Bar Association, member of the American Bar Association, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, Life time member of the NAACP, and serves as Men's Bible School Teacher and a member of the Deacons Ministry at First Baptist Church Berkley, Norfolk, Virginia.
Mr. Moody is Senior Partner in the law firm of Eric O. Moody and Associates, P.C., a general law practice with offices in Chesapeake and Portsmouth. He offers legal commentary for the NBC Hampton Roads affiliate WAVY TV 10 NEWS, is a guest host for Hampton University's radio station, WHOV 88.1 FM, and is a legal expert for Clear Channel Communication's WKUS 92.1 and 103 JAMZ
RESTORATION OF RIGHTS CLINIC
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Newport News Alumnae Chapter
Hampton Alumnae Chapter
Denbigh Alumnae Chapter
11:00 am-1:00 pm
366 Deshazor Drive
Newport News, Virginia 23608
The Clinic Will Feature:
Information on how violent and non-violent Felons can apply to have their Rights restored
Question and Answer Session
One-to-One Assistance with completing Applications/Forms
Documents Review (See 2nd Flyer for Tips)
For additional information, please contact:
Joann Lewis-Nixon (757) 286-6365 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Vickie Williams (757) 816-4478 or email@example.com
Delta Sigma Theta
“A Sisterhood Called to Serve: Transforming Lives, Impacting Communities”
Restoration of Rights Clinic
Date: March 23, 2013
Time: 11:00 pm-1:00 pm Place: Grissom Library , 366 Deshazor Drive, Newport News, Virginia 23608
Contact #: 757-816-4478, email: firstname.lastname@example.org / #757-286-6365, email: email@example.com
50 million people in the U.S.-one in four children-don’t know where their next meal is coming from, despite our having the means to provide nutritious, affordable food for all Americans. One in four American children are "food insecure" - they don't know where their next meal is coming from
Did you know a fast food hamburger cost less than a peach? The reason people are going hungy is not because of a shortage of food it's because of poverty. Naturally for those living in poverty, the idea is to get the most amount of food for the least amount of money The problem isn't about "food stamp queens", or people taking advantage of the system. If another country was doing this to our kids we'd be at war! Help us do something about it. Charity is great, but will NOT end hunger! Call your congress members and insist they make this a priority. Money is wasted on education programs if our children are going to school hungry, they will not be able to concentrate!! What will you do about it?
If you'd like to be a part of the efforts to help this cause please let us know firstname.lastname@example.org
Locate then contact your Congress members to let them know this is not American. http://www.govtrack.us/congress/members/VA
March 11-17 is MS Awareness Week. Please wear orange this week to support the more than 2,830 in our Hampton Roads community affected by multiple sclerosis.
Monday, March 11 from 5-6:30pm for Flag Down MS in Virginia Beach at Thalia Lynn Baptist Church, 4392 Virginia Beach Blvd. or in Newport News at Boulevard Park on the corner of J.Clyde Morris Blvd. and Warwick Blvd.
Tuesday, March 12 at Ruby Tuesday’s 4488 Virginia Beach Blvd. for dine in or carry out discounts to benefit your local chapter. Participants must have flyer for chapter to receive 20%.
Wednesday, March 13 from 5:30pm until 8:30pm at Gordon Biersch at 4561 Virginia Beach Blvd. for their Spring Tapping Party and Grand Re-Opening.
Thursday, March 14 we encourage you to register to walk with us on April 13 in Newport News and on April 14 at Mount Trashmore. Register today at www.walkmshamptonroads.org
Friday, March 15 join the movement at www.fightMS.com
Saturday, March 16 join our Bike MS sponsor rides as they begin training to cycle 36,75, 100 or 150 miles on June 1 & 2 for Bike MS Virginia’s Ocean to Bay Ride. For more information, visit www.fightMS.com
Sunday, March 17…Stay up on what’s happening year round with MS and like us on facebook at www.facebook.com/NMSSHRC
Information Source: Tonya McKinney, Director of Development, National Multiple Sclerosis Society