Fairfax Channel 36 4-2-2019

Our first guests are Jinger Duggar and Husband Jeremy Vuolo they discuss 4th Season on TLC Network and the Birth of Their First Child! Jinger Duggar, is the sixth of 19 children and the fourth oldest daughter, and her husband Jeremy Vuolo, a former professional soccer player and now, full-time pastor. In the new season, Jinger and Jeremy prepare to welcome their first child, a baby girl, but as the due date approaches, Jinger nervously recalls her sisters’ long labors and big babies. Viewers will be invited along the intense delivery, beginning with her decision to induce and hopefully avoid unexpected complications. Then, once back home in Laredo, TX, with their beautiful Felicity, Jinger and Jeremy must learn how to navigate being new parents.

Jinger and Jeremy are also actively involved in the non-profit group SWAN (“ Scaling Walls a Note at a Time”) which lends support to children affected by an incarcerated parent by providing free musical lessons and training.

 

Our next guest is Victoria Cagliero an Expedia Group Travel Expert with tips on how to make informed, cost saving travel decisions. Based out of the Empire State Building in New York City, Victoria witnesses the pulse of tourism firsthand. Today she is discussing the key findings from this years study this is the fifth year in a row, data scientists from ARC and Expedia Group analyzed ARC’s global air travel data and Expedia Group’s lodging trends to give travelers the inside scoop on how to save money and book smarter in 2019.

 

 

Our next guest is Francesca Donlan, Communications Director of Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau, Fort Myers will discuss red tide, its impact on the environment and how Florida beaches are flourishing once again. last year Red Tide that effected the beaches of Fort Meyers and Sanibel unfortunately experienced the most intense red tide in nearly half a century. Red tide, which appears unpredictably on a nearly annual basis, is caused by a naturally occurring algae bloom that discolors the waters and causes wildlife to perish. The good news is the unusually long and strong 18-month bloom has passed, and recent water reports have shown no red tide conditions along the Gulf Coast of The Beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel for the past two months.

For more information, visit: www.fortmyers-sanibel.com

 

 

Pastor Reginald Davis – Pastor, of the First Baptist Church of Williamsburg, Virginia  discusses all about why America’s Historic First Baptist Church “Freedom Bell” Continues its Call to Heal Racial Divide. The First Baptist Church of Williamsburg Launched Let Freedom Ring Foundation in 2018 to protect and preserve the historic prominence of First Baptist.

 

Joining Pastor Davis is Connie Harshaw – Board Chair for the Let Freedom Ring Foundation. The Freedom Bell at the Historic First Baptist Church of Williamsburg, one of the oldest African-American churches in the United States, will continue to ring every day during the month of February with a mission to heal the racial divide in the State and in the nation.

The acclaimed church will also guide the way to racial harmony with an appeal to churches around the country to bring awareness to what unites us, and to strive for racial accord during the 11’0clock church service – traditionally the most segregated hour of the week in American households. The annual call was originally established in 2016 in celebration of the 240th anniversary of the historic church and continues loudly at this moment in history for Virginia and the nation as we struggle with issues of race.

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