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GMHS was formed in 1912 to address community concerns regarding cruelty and abuse of animals in the Middle Peninsula. Primarily concentrating on livestock in the early years, GMHS' focus shifted to advocating on behalf of "companion" animals as the area became less rural and populations grew in the 1970s, which is when the first physical shelter was built. In July 2009, GMHS moved into the state-of-the art shelter facility Middle Peninsula citizens and homeless animals now enjoy.    April Martinez is the CEO and shares with us from the heart about the good they are doing! For more information on Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society, visit https://www.gmhumanesociety.org/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
This episode is about a local unsolved homicide that police say is still an active investigation and not a cold case. On July 11, 2017, Margaret “Peggy” Thornton Lammers was found deceased inside her family’s vacation home on Stove Point in Deltaville, Virginia. A resident of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Lammers, who was a married mother of three adult children, was settling the estate of her parents in the Richmond and Middlesex County (Virginia) areas. Lammers departed Richmond for the Deltaville home on July 8, 2017. Her last known contact was the afternoon of July 10, 2017. After receiving a request for a welfare check, Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office arrived at the Deltaville home, where Lammers was found deceased, as a result of blunt force trauma. The FBI is asking for cooperation from the public regarding any information pertaining to Lammers’ death, people she was known to communicate with, or activity occurring near the residence. In this episode, we go through statements from the original detective and Peggy's sister, Anne. Have any information that can help solve this case, please contact the Middlesex County Sheriff's Department at (804) 758-2779. Episode --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
This episode is about a local unsolved homicide that police say is still an active investigation and not a cold case. On July 11, 2017, Margaret “Peggy” Thornton Lammers was found deceased inside her family’s vacation home on Stove Point in Deltaville, Virginia. A resident of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Lammers, who was a married mother of three adult children, was settling the estate of her parents in the Richmond and Middlesex County (Virginia) areas. Lammers departed Richmond for the Deltaville home on July 8, 2017. Her last known contact was the afternoon of July 10, 2017. After receiving a request for a welfare check, Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office arrived at the Deltaville home, where Lammers was found deceased, as a result of blunt force trauma. The FBI is asking for cooperation from the public regarding any information pertaining to Lammers’ death, people she was known to communicate with, or activity occurring near the residence. In this episode, we go through more clues reported by the police and AJ Lammers's letter to the local paper. Have any information that can help solve this case, please contact the Middlesex County Sheriff's Department at (804) 758-2779. Episode --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
This episode is about a local unsolved homicide that police say is still an active investigation and not a cold case. On July 11, 2017, Margaret “Peggy” Thornton Lammers was found deceased inside her family’s vacation home on Stove Point in Deltaville, Virginia. A resident of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Lammers, who was a married mother of three adult children, was settling the estate of her parents in the Richmond and Middlesex County (Virginia) areas. Lammers departed Richmond for the Deltaville home on July 8, 2017. Her last known contact was the afternoon of July 10, 2017. After receiving a request for a welfare check, Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office arrived at the Deltaville home, where Lammers was found deceased, as a result of blunt force trauma. The FBI is asking for cooperation from the public regarding any information pertaining to Lammers’ death, people she was known to communicate with, or activity occurring near the residence. In this episode, we go through some of the clues reported by the police. Have any information that can help solve this case, please contact the Middlesex County Sheriff's Department at (804) 758-2779. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
This episode is about a local unsolved homicide that police say is still an active investigation and not a cold case. On July 11, 2017, Margaret “Peggy” Thornton Lammers was found deceased inside her family’s vacation home on Stove Point in Deltaville, Virginia. A resident of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Lammers, who was a married mother of three adult children, was settling the estate of her parents in the Richmond and Middlesex County (Virginia) areas. Lammers departed Richmond for the Deltaville home on July 8, 2017. Her last known contact was the afternoon of July 10, 2017. After receiving a request for a welfare check, Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office arrived at the Deltaville home, where Lammers was found deceased, as a result of blunt force trauma. The FBI is asking for cooperation from the public regarding any information pertaining to Lammers’ death, people she was known to communicate with, or activity occurring near the residence. In this episode, we go through Peggy's story and the timeline of events surrounding her death. Have any information that can help solve this case, please contact the Middlesex County Sheriff's Department at (804) 758-2779. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
Jared Miller;  Financial Advisor with Mass Mutual of Commonwealth MassMutual is a mutual company. That means we don’t have shareholders. Instead, our members and participating policy owners are often described as sharing in our ownership. This generally means that, if you’re insured under one of MassMutual’s individual, participating whole life insurance policies, for example, you are a member entitled to vote for our Board of Directors. And if you own that participating policy, you may be eligible to share in any dividends we may declare. As a mutual company, we operate for the benefit of our members and participating policyowners. We manage the company with a focus on their long-term interests and are not subject to the expectations of Wall Street analysts or stockholders. Throughout our history, this focus on the long-term has helped us provide financial and retirement security to millions of people. And while they're not guaranteed, we've consistently paid dividends to eligible participating policyowners since the 1860s. Our success is reflected in our financial strength ratings1, which are among the highest of any company in any industry. "I am prepared to assist clients with their financial plans and help them meet their long-term financial goals. I work closely with my clients and can also work with you. I will assist you as you: Define your personal financial goals Develop a financial strategy that can help you achieve these goals Suggest suitable products and solutions based on your own tolerance for risk and your time-frame Implement your strategy with products and services that help meet your needs." cell: 804-998-3175  email: jaredmiller@financialguide.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
Devon Kay; Head Coach of Hampton Roads Whalers a 14U Hockey Team in Chesapeake VA Whaler Nation, initiated in 1999 and formed as GHRTHA (Greater Hampton Roads Travel Hockey Association), was designed to provide a destination travel hockey program for the area’s finest players. The name “Whalers” is a reflection of our home region on the Atlantic Ocean. From its start, the Whaler Nation was the most traveled program in the league, firmly establishing a strong commitment to building a high-quality hockey program with high expectations for player success. Those fundamental principles continue to drive the Whaler Nation today, and are keystones of the Organization’s growth and achievements. Coach Kay shares why he's excited to see the sport grow locally and how he coaches kids on more than just a game. For more information about the Hampton Roads Whalers, visit: https://www.whalernation.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
We specialize in alleviating chronic pain and finding solutions that work. From the moment you step foot in the door, our aim is enabling your body's natural wellness. We work closely with you to customize a plan through massage and wellness education. Offering relief from Chronic Migraine Pain. I know what it's like to put life on hold due to chronic migraines. Get back to living by learning how to kick those migraine attacks aside! https://www.vagaro.com/hamptonmigrainemassage/services (757) 627-7243 relief@hamptonmigrainemassage.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
Susan Radosta; an Organ Transplant recipient that has been featured in the Williamsburg Nextdoor Magazine and Virginia Gazette. Susan shares some of her story and how there's a gigantic need for more folks willing to donate organs to help others. United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) is the mission-driven non-profit serving as the nation’s transplant system under contract with the federal government. We lead the network of transplant hospitals, organ procurement organizations, and thousands of volunteers who are dedicated to honoring the gifts of life entrusted to us and to making lifesaving transplants possible for patients in need. Working together, we leverage data and advances in science and technology to continuously strengthen the system, increase the number of organs recovered and the number of transplants performed, and ensure patients across the nation have equitable access to transplant.  For more information, visit: https://unos.org/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
Jo Campbell is an experienced nurse with a demonstrated 10+ year history working in the mental health care industry serving both the adolescent and adult population. Skilled in Medication Administration, Medication Aide and CPR Trainer, Supervisory Management, Case Management, Substance Abuse Prevention, Team Leadership, and Interviewing. Strong professional focused in Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse Training from Riverside School of Health Careers.   She's currently a Care Coordinator for a Virginia Medicaid-managed Care Organization.  Virginia Medicaid has low-cost and no-cost health coverage programs. There are programs for children, pregnant women and adults, including those with disabilities. For more information, visit https://coverva.dorg/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
From Jeff's website: I was raised in a dying one-industry town smack in the middle of Flyover Country. I came up a Chicago Cubs fan, subsisting on a diet of Hostess fruit pies and Pepsi in glass bottles. I checked out every book in our public library about anywhere other than there. For college, I fled as a refugee to New Orleans where I did a lot of growing up. Luck shone a steadying light my junior year in Scotland, where I learned to drink stout and met my wife. Three children arrived in five years but I proved myself unable to stick to a job. I caromed from stockbroker to bomber navigator to attorney to international consultant to law professor, picking up an assortment of degrees from Syracuse, Georgetown and Harvard along the way. I’ve lived in three foreign countries, been to another 70, and still feel I haven’t seen much. All this in no way—or maybe in every way—qualifies me to write books. I’m writing a trilogy set around the First World War and I’m percolating another seven or eight novels and a dozen short stories, so I don’t fear boredom. I live in Virginia with my wife where I do a little teaching and law on the side. https://jeffreykwalker.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
Jason and Brandi McNeely, active duty military, owners of Heroic Apparel in Toano VA  Heroic Apparel was born out of a desire to create something that would honor America’s heroes, big and small. I’ve always been a t-shirt kind of guy. To me, a great shirt is like your favorite blanket. It just FEELS good.  So I decided to marry up my love of the perfect shirt with my desire to create a brand that would unite people from all different backgrounds and all walks of life. In many ways, each of us is a hero to someone and Heroic Apparel strives to bring that to life.  This is just the beginning for us.  Our first launch tells the story of our love for America, our military and first responders, and our family.  But as we grow, we will start to incorporate shirts and apparel that honors ALL heroes.  We aren’t here to talk politics or to push an agenda, we just want to make great apparel that represents and honors all Americans. Inside each of us lies a hero. Whether you serve in the military, serve your community, or serve your family, we see you and we appreciate you. ABOUT US "I’m Jason and I guess you could say I am the brains behind the operation, but don’t tell my wife that!  I joined the US Navy in 2007 and continue to serve on active duty today.  My wife, Brandi, maintains a full time career while also helping me build this brand and run day to day operations of the business.  Our daughter, Kherington, helps us by fetching shipping labels and packing slips.  Occasionally, she provides artwork for the packing slips, so don’t be surprised if you are the lucky winner of a Kherington original!"  https://www.heroicapparelusa.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
Kevin Clark Jones is a busy man... He's Athletic Director at Hampton Christian Academy, General Manager at Silver Hand Meadery,and  co-Owner of Mangata Coffee and Tea. Hampton Christian Academy exists as a coeducational, college preparatory school that encompasses pre-school through twelfth grade. The mission of Hampton Christian Academy is to provide our students with a Christ-centered, quality, academic education in a Biblically-directed learning environment that prepares them for leadership and Christian service in the community and in the world.  For more info, visit https://www.hamptonchristianacademy.org/ At Silver Hand Meadery, it's our passion to rediscover and reimagine, not just mead, but everything. Though mead is an old drink, we are not attempting to recreate what it once was. Our rediscovery of mead seeks to reimagine and reinvent mead, to bring it into current times, and make it relevant for today.  We carry this principle of rediscovering and reimagining into the meadery in other ways. From the brick and corrugated metal on the walls, to the use of old barn wood and old doors to create our bar tops and tables, we want to use old things of beauty and give them a new purpose. Our mission is simple: To create exceptional meads and unique experiences so that our guests can savor what is good together. https://www.silverhandmeadery.com/ Mangata Coffee and Tea... We love to make coffee for the community that loves to drink it. We will be opening our physical location in early 2021. Keep in touch with us here for updates while we get ready to open. For now, please shop our online store!   https://www.mangatacoffee.com/ For more info on our show, visit www.behindthescenesintidewater.com  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
Listen for a special discount! From underthestarsfarm.com Under the Stars Farm was born out of the desire to bridge a gap, find a solution and create an experience for others. I had been traveling 180k miles a year for my corporate job. My relationships at home were okay, but strained. I was ready to start a new career and instead God called me to focus on my family. After spending 18 months planning my retirement from a 22 year career in Corporate America, we transplanted to Virginia because a surgeon made a life altering mistake that took the use of my husband’s right dominant hand. My husband and I flew around the United States in search of a doctor who could repair the damage. After 12 months, 4 surgeries and a move cross country, my prayers changed. Instead of strictly praying for Billy’s hand to heal, I prayed for peace in our situation and circumstances. As my prayers changed, God bridged the gap between our circumstance and my childhood dream. OUR MISSION My parents taught me at a young age to use my God given talents and to bless others in ways only I could. Our mission here at Under the Stars Farm is to utilize the blessing of this farm and the surrounding land by providing a place were we can help others create moments & memories that last a lifetime. As a little girl, I wanted nothing more than to live on a farm surrounded by animals, and the people I love. I dreamed of a home where our land could support our family, and serve the community. The unforeseen changes in our family led us to a Gloucester, Virginia. This farmhouse built 1842 is where we now call home. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
An Herb Farm Sharing the Joy of Natural Good Health to the Beat of the Drums! Jean is a trained Community Herbalist & Drum Circle Facilitator, working with our Farm Team to promote Natural Wellness Education through Music and Programs on, off farm and Virtual.  We are an Off-grid capable Solar, Educational, Medicinal Herb and Organic Egg Farm, with a Yellow Barn Healthy Life Store…an on-site natural health food store.  We also grow and sell Medicinal & Culinary Herbs, Pollinator Plants, Elderberry Plants and Medicinal Hemp.  Try our Special Farm Salad Mix and our Cut Flower Bouquets too! We offer frequent Drum Circles led by our Inspired Drum Team, Group Herbal & Music Programs on, off farm & virtual, an annual Herbalist Course, Farm Tours with Chickens, Ducks, Dogs & the Rainbow Rabbit Colony, the Dragonfly Labyrinth, the Woodland Peace Path, See our Official Peace Pole, the Peppermint Outdoor Performance Stage, Bee Hives, Events, Music Festivals & more!  A joyful, safe place, we are a destination.  So much knowledge for our Farm to Share!  Moving Forward…always learning, always caring! Our Mission Statement: Sharing Natural Wellness Education, healing music and Positive Vibes anyway we can to Everyone!  Sing a Song of Wellness and Well YOU Will Be! 804-815-2839    www.cajfarm.com  cajfarm@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
Liz Lyon has an MS in psychology, is a qualified child mental health provider, and has a BS in exercise physiology with concentration in community health. She's the early intervention director of the Rural Infant Services Program (RISP). The Rural Infant Services Program (RISP) provides support for children from birth to three years of age who may have developmental delays. Much of a child's future takes shape in the first years of life. This is a unique "window of opportunity" and is a time of discovery and a time to learn the basic skills that will last a lifetime. But not all children grow and learn at the same pace. Some children need extra help to learn new skills or other ways to master basic skills. Liz shares her passion! Early intervention services for infants and toddlers have proven to be a very worthy investment in the future, with considerable long-term benefits. Longitudinal studies of early intervention programs have documented the long lasting effects and cost benefits of early intervention, which stretch from preschool to adulthood. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
This may be the most explosive show yet!  Harley shares how he went from rock bottom to the top of the mountain.  After being shot twice, Harley survived and picked up the pieces to go on to being a serial entrepreneur, business owner of a DJ company, and taking over an insurance agency!   --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
Local expert, author and Licensed Mortgage Loan Officer, Alexa Rae! From https://alexagetmeamortgage.com/ Alexa is known for her elite customer service and transparency. She prides herself on taking extra time to ensure that her customers are matched with the best possible loan program, and that they understand each step of the lending process. Her excellent communication skills facilitate the smoothest loan process possible, from application, to approval, to closing. She genuinely enjoys getting to know her customers and going the extra mile for every one of them --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
Danielle and Megan, certified music therapists, share their passion, history, and wisdom about music therapy and how it can help others reach their goals in life.  They go behind the scenes and so much more.  They're making a difference and even go to some of the local schools spreading the goodness in music! https://tidewatermusictherapy.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
Erica and Joshua share their hobbies and why they make a difference in their lives.  Going "Behind the Scenes" with this episode and sharing why their hobbies help others. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tidewater-podcast/support
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