The following are pictures that were taken at the Mini-C conference in Boca Raton Florida. This was an excellent experience and the show is going to continue to make more appearances at different conferences. Cheers!
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By Ricardo — 1 year ago
Within the Trenches episode 122 is sponsored by INdigital, a leader in Next-Gen Core Services. This episode features Jennifer, a dispatcher with Ogle County Sheriff’s Office out of Illinois and show regular Rob ‘Big Mac’ McMullen, director with Vigo County, Indiana and 1st VP of NENA. Jennifer shares her 9-1-1 story, we visit a tragic homicide case out of Montgomery County, Indiana and we share some updates on the #IAM911 movement, decals and the IAED/Within the Trenches Continuing Education Scholarship. This is a must listen so check it out and share!
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- Update on inner ear issue and vertigo
- Update on vinyl decals
- Update on #IAM911 and Project #IAM911
- Update on IAED and Within the Trenches Continuing Education Scholarship
- Jennifer’s 9-1-1 story
- Montgomery County, Indiana Homicide
By Ricardo — 6 years ago
Between the hours of 7pm-midnight during the week you can hear the voice of Jackie over the airwaves at WGRD. She provides her listeners with the hard hitting rock that the station is known for. A recent graduate of Ferris State University, this inspiring powerhouse has not let anything hold her back from branching out into other outlets of media. An avid runner and pageant competitor, this girl is one to watch out for. When she’s not blessing her listeners with the rock gods of today, she can be found on television and taking part in photo shoots.
Currently Jackie has entered a contest to win an editorial with Teen Vogue. Contestants are asked to upload and submit a photo that expresses their own personal style. Teen Vogue will then post their top 10 finalists on September 12 2011 and then it will be up to the readers to decide on the winner. This is where you can help Jackie come one step closer to winning this contest. I will supply a link at the end of this post where you can go and vote. Simply register and comment on the photo. It’s as simple as that. The picture within this post is the one that was submitted to Teen Vogue and I must say that I dig it. In her own words Jackie explains,
“This is a very modern strapless dress. I describe it as a “punk princess” its adorned in zippers up and down the bodice of the dress, with a tulle underlay. The bowler hat tops it off for a fun 80’s punk princess look!”
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By Ricardo — 6 years ago
Good morning and happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. Today we are honored for the many things we do but most importantly, we are honored for being utterly AWESOME! That’s right, we are awesome! You have worked hard, cut the grass, helped around the house, killed spiders, untightened jars, played house, played with cars, helped around the house, changed a tire, and changed diapers. Phew! Yes you’ve done a lot and no, I’m not taking anything away from the moms out there but today is our day and today the dads are going to chill.
Being a father for me is right up there with being a celebrity. Sure, I don’t get all the money and TV time but my kids look up to me in that sense of celebrity status. It’s a great feeling. Just the other day I was outside cutting grass and my 8 year old son Logan asked if I could show him how to do it. “I want to learn to cut grass the way you do,” he said. I wasn’t sure at first but thought it wouldn’t hurt. He was mowing like a pro in no time. I felt great inside and I was very proud. He looked back at me and smiled. I could sense that he knew he was doing well and that I was awesome for showing him how to do it.
It’s stuff like that where I know I’m doing my job as a dad. I have three children and although I am not in contact with my eldest, I know from others that he is doing well and looking and acting more like me every day. My younger son and daughter are doing great and growing like weeds. They impress me every day and make me proud to be a father. I want to say thank you to my dad for doing everything in his power to provide for his family. It’s his work ethic and respect that helped make me who I am today. Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there and especially those who have stepped up to raise children that are not even theirs. Today my family and I are going to have a great day. As for my eldest son Richie, we will see each other again. I love and miss you very much. Have a great day everyone and make sure to grill up something tasty and chill with your favorite beverage. Cheers!
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