Strap on your seatbelt….off we go for Operation Click. Stew Cohen reports on the annual awards ceremony.
Homelessness continues growing in northern Illinois but very aggressive public awareness programs aim to turn this around. One of the programs geared to educating people on the plight of the homeless and how they can be helped is the focus of an interview from Stew Cohen. For his Northwest Spectrum weekly public affairs show, Mr. Cohen talked to Barb Swanson, the Sleep Out event manager and donor relations and community development coordinator for the Pioneer Center for Human Services and Danielle, a client of McHenry County Public Action to Deliver Shelter (PADS). Sleep Out for Shelter is scheduled for May 14 at The Church of Holy Apostles on Bull Valley Road in McHenry.
Monica had a normal, average childhood. She became anorexic. How does one explain the "why" of Anorexia Nervosa? Monica suffered for 15 years before she died. The story of Monica and the information on Anorexia is meant to help others avoid the path she took toward this complicated and powerful mental illness. The one person that keeps Monica’s memory alive through a moving presentation is her mother. Stew Cohen interviews Sherri Fowler of Cary for her April 16 presentation, Anorexia: My Experience at the Cary Park District building on Briargate Road in Cary.