Sara Shookman & Danielle Sills – Take 3 – E30 with Sera Nelson and Sam Rosenfeld

May 31, 2015 Danielle Sills and Sara Shookman talk Cleveland summer weather with WKYC meteoroligist Marcus Walter, break down the "State of Cleveland" after the Brelo verdict was announced and the Cavaliers making it back to the NBA finals. Also, Danielle and Sara talk with Cleveland Flea founder Stephanie Sheldon.  BONUS: Danielle and Sara talk with Sera Nelson about the upcoming WAGS for Kids charity event  Read more at http://take3.libsyn.com/#mrvYwiUu1RfGIGjp.99

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May 31, 2015

I recently had the pleasure of sitting down alongside my friend & Bachelor, Sam Rosenfeld, for TAKE 3… a podcast with two lovely ladies from WKYC – Sara Shookman & Danielle Sills

It is now posted on CLESound.com as well as WKYC.com.The whole hour is awesome.

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Danielle Sills and Sara Shookman talk Cleveland summer weather with WKYC meteorologist Marcus Walter, break down the “State of Cleveland” after the Brelo verdict was announced and the Cavaliers making it back to the NBA finals. Also, Danielle and Sara talk with Cleveland Flea founder Stephanie Sheldon.

BONUS: Danielle and Sara talk with Sera Nelson about the upcoming W.A.G.S. 4 Kids charity event

For everything related to Love and Puppies…Fast forward to 36:45 & Press Play!

Read more at http://take3.libsyn.com/#mrvYwiUu1RfGIGjp.99

Wendy Crann Announced as Keynote Speaker for Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, Management Council Meeting

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The Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities has announced Wendy Crann, Executive Director of Working Animals Giving Service for Kids (W.A.G.S. 4 Kids) will close their May 20th Management Council Meeting as Keynote Speaker. Crann brings a lifetime of experience to W.A.G.S 4 Kids and for the last 11 years has committed herself to the mission of W.A.G.S. 4 Kids, promoting independence and providing mobility service and autism service dogs to children with disabilities in Northeast Ohio.

Crann believes wholeheartedly in spotlighting the abilities of children with disabilities and in the power of early intervention. The Keynote Address will plan to focus on the potential for our youth after they have “aged out” of programs provided by the County. She will seek to empower the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities to achieve their 2015-17 Strategic Plan Initiatives.

The Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities serves more than 8,500 children and adults throughout the county. It is supported primarily by a local property tax last approved by voters in 2005.