Mike ProcellMike Procell
Mike Procell

Mike fell in love with KRCC upon his arrival in Colorado Springs in 1980. By 1990 he had taken the DJ Training Class that the station offered to the community and began hosting the Friday evening Jazz show. By the mid-90s Mike was firmly entrenched as a weekend host for programs including Weekend Edition, Car Talk, and the infamous Cheese Shoppe. Mike has been the host of All Things Considered since 2002.

  • For over twenty years, Teller Senior Coaltion has been providing services to senior citizens and people with disablities under the age of sixty in Teller County to help them live independent lives.
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  • Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center is an organization that focuses on veterans of any era, regardless of discharge status, as well as their families. Mt.
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  • Peak Education was born 20 years ago in the aftermath of a drive-by shooting on Valentine’s Day, 1997, a tragedy which left two teenagers dead and two others imprisoned. Co-founders Dr. H. Dalton Conner, a periodontal surgeon, and attorney Steven U.
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  • NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is a national grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. The Colorado Springs chapter exists to serve people with mental illness, their families and friends, and the greater Pikes Peak Region.
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  • CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for children had its beginnings in the Seattle area in the late 1970’s.
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  • ‘Turning A (Non) Profit: How Non-Profits Benefit Our Community’ is a new occasional series from 91.5 KRCC. There are thousands of non-profit organizations in El Paso county alone.
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  • Mission Medical Center offers free medical, dental, vision, behavior health, and spiritual companionship. It also provides durable goods to allow independent living for uninsured and under-insured, low income neighbors of the Pikes Peak Region.
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  • Diakonia (Greek for service) is a non-profit that operates five Colorado Springs preschools. Their commitment is to provide the highest-quality learning experience to ALL children.
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  • Fostering Hope affirms and supports foster parents in their task of caring for neglected and abused children. Volunteers and community partners serve as an extended family for foster parents and to the children entrusted to them. Fostering Hope stays with kids into adulthood, ensuring they always have someone they can count on.
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  • The Black Forest Animal Sanctuary is an animal rescue and rehab farm. Hundreds of horses, livestock, dogs, cats, and small animals have been rescued since 1994. BFAS assists in education, disaster response, and works with many local youth and volunteer groups.
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  • Formed in 1984, Westside CARES is an ecumenical and interfaith, nonprofit collaboration of 22 religious fellowships of the west side of El Paso County. The only criteria for accessing services is an individual’s or family’s genuine need and their established residence within the agency’s service area.
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  • ·      Legendary country singer and songwriter Kris Kristofferson will perform tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts.
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  • In this Looking Up Extra Edition, Mike Procell interviews Hal Bidlack in anticipation of the total solar eclipse coming up August 21, 2017. There’s also some additional information on events related to the solar eclipse that are happening in the Colorado Springs area that day.
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  • The mission of Greccio Housing (www.greccio.org) is to provide stable, safe, affordable housing, and to create supportive opportunities and services for its residents to enhance their individual growth.   A recent testimonial from a Greccio Housing resident: ” I just wanted to tell you, and all of Greccio, how much I appreciate all that you do

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  • Thousands of pounds of fresh, edible food is thrown away in Colorado Springs every day. The USDA estimates that up to 40 percent of our nation’s food supply is wasted. Meanwhile, one in seven people in Colorado are considered food insecure with a high likelihood of malnutrition and other nutrition-related illnesses.
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  • Partners In Housing  (www.partnersinhousing.org) gives homeless families hope and opportunities, providing one year transitional housing and various supportive services so they can become self-sufficient. This holiday season Partners In Housing is taking part in the Empty Stocking Fund.
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