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Episode 11 - Originally Aired: 5/29/2016
Community Bike Works, Young Playwrights Lab, Hispanic Center with St. Luke's
On this week's show, we'll take a look at an organization teaching inner-city children meaningful skills, learn how one group is turning students into playwrights, and watch as a group of young medical students educate the public on healthcare. Plus, Emily meets up with a volunteer who has an amazing story about giving back. 

Episode 11 Segments
Community Bike Works
Community Bike Works provides inner-city children living in at-risk situations with meaningful work-ethic alternatives to gangs, drugs, and the streets. It’s more than learning about how bikes work…it’s about learning how life works.
Young Playwrights Lab
Touchstone Theatre introduces the Young Playwrights Lab to schools, giving students the chance to watch their original work transform into a real production. This educational program not only helps children discover their unique creative voice, but also provides training to the next generation of theatre artists.
Hispanic Center with St. Luke's
St. Luke’s has formed a long-standing relationship with the Hispanic Center to help inform people about prevention methods and the risks associated with chronic diseases, such as diabetes. Temple/St. Luke’s medical students provided screenings to participants in order to combat the disease, as well as inform members on how to be healthy.
Angelika Cornelius
Meet volunteer Angelika Cornelius, a woman that works hard at keeping Bethlehem's vast history alive. 
Episode 10 - Originally Aired: 5/22/2016
Leaders of Tomorrow, Great Candy Isn't Just Made, Hybrid Ablation
On this week's episode, we'll take a look at one of the largest youth organizations for boys, Ashley goes behind the scenes of one of the sweetest places in Bethlehem, and we'll learn about a groundbreaking procedure that saved a man's life. Plus, Emily meets up with a volunteer staying active in the community, and Lehigh Valley Style's Pam Deller teaches us how to manage kitchen clutter!

Episode 10 Segments
Leaders of Tomorrow
Boy Scouts proves that kind actions really are contagious! The Scout program not only embraces the willingness to help others and to get involved, but it also helps to mold attitudes, create confidence, and provide individuals with the skills they need to become better citizens and thrive in today's competitive world.
Great Candy Isn't Just Made
Ever wondered what went into making the cute little Peeps we're all so familiar with? Host, Ashley Russo, got a chance to experience it firsthand - and it was pretty sweet.
Hybrid Ablation
Heart surgery can be scary for anyone. Thanks to St. Luke's advanced technology and team of experts, one man's life has been changed for the better.
Ron Horiszny
Volunteer Ron Horiszny spends his time educating the community of all the beauty that the Lehigh Valley has to offer.
Episode 9 - Originally Aired: 5/15/2016
Tucker's Toy Run, The Power of Mentors, Running a Campaign
On this week's episode, we'll take a look at an organization bringing joy to children who need it the most, explore the benefits of mentors for high school students, and see how United Way is bringing the community together in amazing ways. Plus, Emily meets up with a volunteer dedicated to giving back to the community. 

Episode 9 Segments
Tucker's Toy Run
Tucker's Toy Run not only memorializes and honors the life of Tucker Stuart, but also facilitates a great cause that brings joy to the children of the St. Luke's Pediatric Unit. This isn't your average motorcycle run!
The Power of Mentors
The CareerLink Academy is a great way for students in the Allentown School District to become exposed to careers and explore their professional interests. In addition to teaching students, St. Luke's mentors dedicate time to give members of the program the confidence and guidance they need to reach their professional goals.
Running a Campaign
United Way campaigns are about bringing people together to support a common goal.
Nickson Ogutu
Meet Nickson, a resident of Kenya, a student at Cedar Crest College, and President of Amnesty International, Cedar Crest Chapter. 
Episode 8 - Originally Aired: 5/8/2016
Council for Collaboration, A Designer's Dream, St. Luke's Physical Therapy
On this week's episode, we'll see how collaboration between non-profits and businesses can benefit the community, we'll explore a group raising money to support art education, learn about advancements in physical therapy for amputees, and Emily meets a couple dedicated to giving back after retirement.

Episode 8 Segments
Council for Collaboration
The Chamber's Nonprofit and Business Partners Council provides businesses and non-profit organizations in the Valley the chance to come together and collaborate on important issues.
A Designer's Dream
Every two years, the Society of the Arts transforms a local home into a designer's dream show house - all to benefit the Allentown Art Museum.
St. Luke's Physical Therapy
As we know, life can be extremely unpredictable. George found that out first-hand when an infection in his bone cost him his leg. Thankfully, St. Luke's University Health Network was there to support him throughout his journey. Dr. Robin Raju joins us in studio to speak more about Physical Medicine at St. Luke's.
The Reichle's
Volunteers Natalie and Frank Reichl dedicate their time after retirement to giving back to others at St. Luke's.