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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 50 years, Reach Pikes Peak (www.reachpikespeak.org) has been at the forefront of providing supportive services designed to enhance the quality of life for the lower-income population of the Pikes Peak Region.
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  • Mercy’s Gate is faith based, but faith is not required for Colorado Springs individuals and families who have emergency / urgent financial, physical, emotional or spiritual needs to receive services and support from Mercy’s Gate (www.mercysgatecs.org) This year Mercy’s Gate is taking part in the Empty Stocking Fund.
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  • Homeward Pikes Peak believes people can recover. They help to house and counsel people facing homelessness and addiction every day. They offer a variety of housing programs for the homeless – one for sober living, one for mentally ill adults, and another for disabled veterans.
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  • The Mission of The Resource Exchange is to build independence for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities….and their remarkable abilities. TRE (www.tre.org) is currently serving nearly 4,000 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and their families, through a range of fully customizable service lines.
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  • Noreen Landis – Tyson is the President and CEO of CPCD (www.cpcdheadstart.org).  CPCD is all about giving kids a head start. CPCD provides educational, physical and behavioral health, and nutritional services for children 3 to 5 years of age. There’s also ‘Early Head Start’ which helps pregnant women and children ages birth to 3.
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  • Today we hear from Alma Grandpre, one of the ‘Friends’ of TRP – Therapeutic Recreation Program.
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  • Today we talk with Ms. SherryLynn Boyles, Executive Director of TESSA. TESSA empowers victims and stands in solidarity with the citizens of the Pikes Peak region against all intimate partner violence. The crisis hotline for TESSA is 719-633-3819. TESSA (tessacs.org) is participating in both the IndyGive! and Empty Stocking Fund campaigns this year.
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