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Nov. 17, 2014 Podcast: Non-profit grocery store and good legislation being considered

10470606_517296575073763_4699275677875428289_nWe started today’s show with an interview of Joni Lecompte, founder and executive director of The Village Market, a project creating a non-profit grocery store for one of Greenville’s food deserts.
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If you would like to find t find out more about the Village Market, you can contact Joni at:
864-399-7921 or email her at ljecom@thevillagemarket.net or send her a tweet @TVMGreenvilleSC

We then turned our attention to some legislation being considered in Columbia for the coming session, addressing some pressing topics:

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and making the Legislature follow the law and fund local government for the state services they provide.
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#TellMeWhatTheyreDoing

Nov. 10, 2014 Podcast: Veterans’ Day and Elections have consequences.

On this week’s show:

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We discussed Veterans Day and how we can honor our veterans practically.

 

 

 

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Then we talked about the results of the election locally and nationally.

We ended the show discussing a new project:
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State Sen. Shane Martin is talking about legislation he intends to file that would require the SC Legislature to start following the law again when it comes to money owed to counties and cities.  We know about this legislation before it’s filed and we can tell our representatives and senators what we want them to do.

This is just one thing #TellMeWhatTheyreDoing will be doing, telling us what legislation our leaders are considering so we can tell them what we want them to do.

Thank You!

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Thanks for the food!

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We want to thank everyone for all the donations we received during the “Share the Harvest” food drive.  With your help, we were able to raise over 150lbs of food that Loaves and Fishes will use to help feed the hungry in so many different ways.

We also want to thank those businesses that hosted collection boxes, they made all this possible.

Little Pigs at Hudson Corner, 2428 Hudson Rd, Greer
Blueberry Frog, 215 Pelham Rd. Suite 202, Greenville
Due South Coffee, 250 Mills St. Taylors
WOLI-FM studios,  McAlister Square, Greenville
Tradebank GSA, 2320 East North St. Greenville
NBSC 2800 Wade Hampton Blvd, Greenville
Republic Finance, 2400 N. Pleasantburg Dr. Greenville.

Even though our drive is over, you can still make a difference in our community by feeding hungry.  Loaves and Fishes will gladly accept any donations.  Just check out here for how you can help.