In the Community airs every Sunday at 6:30AM.  Featuring interviews with some of our community leaders, clubs, businesses, health care workers, & non-profit organizations that will better yourself and our community!  If you would like to be on In The Community, email [email protected].  Let’s put the “Unity” in our Community!

January Interviews

1/8/2023 Patriot Tax Services discussing new laws and strategies you can use to get the most out your taxes.
Contact them at their website and socials for more information!

1/15/2023  Christian B. Aaron discussing her upcoming seminar!  She is a registered nurse, ordained minister, certified life & health coach, a published author, & the founder of RISE Enterprises. She was an absolute joy to talk to! Her mom came along for support 🙂 For more information on how to attend her seminar or read about this amazing young woman visit her website or podcast today!

1/22/2023  Jessica Jones & Heather Ablondi from The Downtown Dolls discuss their upcoming event, The Sweetheart Swing!  The Downtown Dolls have been a part of our community for 4 years.  They consist of 23 members, but, are always looking for more! These ladies hold many fun family-friendly charity events throughout the year.  For more information on their upcoming events, how to become a member, or be a sponsor, CLICK HERE and get involved!

1/29/2023  In case you missed it, We’re doing it again! This very informative interview has so much info for those receiving your tax forms this month. Patriot Tax  discussed new laws and strategies you can use to get the most out your taxes.
Contact them at their website and socials for more information!

February Interviews

2/5/2023 Hope stands for Helping Other People Eat.  Part 1 Trent & Dee Stinson, Co-Founders, from Hub of Hope,   discuss their mission to feed our community, food insecurity, and the Grand Opening of their new restaurant, Hope Heroes. The concept is Buy a Meal, Give a Meal. They have helped serve over 44,000 meals to families in our community. If you’d like to learn more about their mission, volunteer, or donate Click the links provided and let others know how they too can help feed our community.

2/12/2023 Part 2. We had so much to talk about and share with everyone we had to continue our interview! Hub of Hope & Hope Heroes are always ready to feed those that have a temporary need and just can’t make ends meet. Reach out if you or someone you know is struggling with food insecurity. You are not alone.

2/19/2023  This week Sarah Otto, President & Co-Founder of Ohana Homefront Foundation, joined the show.  This week’s show was on a more serious note. The suicide epidemic within our military community. Sarah discussed stats of military and military family suicide, The Brandon Act, and how this foundation is working toward an accreditation for a virtual crisis center. OHF’s mission is to end suicide within the military community as a whole, not just those in uniform. For more information on this foundation and there services you can find them at or on one of their many socials: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok.

If you or someone you know are struggling with suicidal thoughts, Please call or text 988.
24 hours a day. 7 days a week.

2/26/2023  This week I had the honor of meeting Dr. Patrick Neustatter of The Llyod Moss Clinic & Coordinator of the COPE program, NaNa Noi. These two were very informative and FULL of STROKE education. Did you know it’s the 3rd leading cause of death in the US? They taught us the faster you are to get medical help the better your chances. Learn more about how to become a stroke champion & The Community Call to Action Steps: Be Stroke Smart. Stay Stroke Smart.
Visit  for information on how they can be of service.

For more information on Stroke awareness CLICK HERE
BE  FAST  is the easy way to remember what to do if you or someone is having a stroke.
B: Balance Issues  E: Eyesight Issues  F: Face Drooping  A: Arm Weakness  S: Speech Difficulty  T: Time to Call 911

March Interviews

3/5/2023  This weeks…Steve & Paige Rosado run VALOR RANCH. Located in King George this is as close to heaven on earth as farm lovers can get! They have animals, activities, and so much more. Their mission at the ranch is to help injured, PTSD, amputees, or other veterans to come with their families to start the healing process. Valor Ranch is FREE to guests and offers ADA accessible facilities as well as many adaptive activities. April 22nd is their  first 5k & 1mile race! Register today and help veterans in our local area!

3/19/ 2023 This week we welcomed Sarah Beth Ridriguez from Cooking AutismThis is an incredible resource for families that go thru daily life with disabilities. They started out in 9 schools and are now in 45+! They offer scholarships, partner with many other local non profits, and have fun fundraising events all year! CLICK HERE for info on their upcoming race and festival! More information can be found on their website about grants and their goals for the coming years!

 3/26/2023 PUPPY ALERT!! This week in the ITC studio we had a few furry visitors from Leashes of Valor
Founder and CEO retired Marine Captain Jason Haag  & Marine Corporal Chris Bowers give a heartfelt interview about the beloved Axel.
Axel’s Place is founded after Jason’s service dog and Best Friend that he says “Saved him”. They have given this community such an asset for recovering disabled vets to gain access to obtain a service dog. They just opened a new location in Fredericksburg and have so many great fundraisers coming this year. Check them out HERE for information about their Open House & Celebration of Life for Axel.


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