Author
Motivational Speaker
Workshop Facilitator
Talk Show Host

Claudette Milner

Praise 104.7

A Matter of Interpretation

MUSIC BY SONS OF DAVID

Contact information for the group:

Steven D. Kniffley Sr.
P.O. Box 1563
Louisville, KY. 40201-1563
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 502.552.7858



Current Members:
Lewis Patton: - Trumpet
Kenneth Winburn: -  Keyboard and Organ
Justin Ruffin: - Sax
Darnell Douglas: - Bass
Brice Bonmon: - Drums
Steven D. Kniffley: - (Director - (Keyboard, Organ and Sax)  

         August 13, 2017  - Prostrate Cancer


Guest: Carlton Lamont (Scooter) McCray


Former NBA star Scooter McCray discusses his cancer diagnosis, his journey and his faith.

                                      August 20, 2017  
                                         Teen Panel Hosted By Sydney Tucker
                            Topic: Self Image

Guest: Tressa Clayton


Makeup Artist

 Guest: Trinity Johnson 

             Age 16 

            Junior at Louisville Male High School 

August 27, 2017 

Safe Haven for At-Risk Children

Safe Haven Outreach Help Center Inc.


Guest: Rev.  Rebecca Joyce Brown, volunteer


Rebecca Brown is a social justice advocate and has been working since 1993.   For over two decades, she has provided emotional support, guidance and resources for those in the community, concentrating on "At Risk" adolescent and young adults ages 6-21. Along with Safe Haven's supportive, dedicated and caring board, Rev. Brown helps to provide mentoring, emotional guidance and supportive resources by providing daily hands on tools redirecting negative learned behaviors into positive and constructive behaviors with the ability to make well informed decisions. Rev. Brown believes that when adolescent and young adults have a strong support system in place they are less likely to become a statistic continuing in a cycle that is not productive to them.

September 6, 2017


20th Anniversary Green Castle Women's Tea 


Guest: Chairperson Willie L. Settle

 

Willie is a Physical Therapist dedicated to educating the community on healthcare and health disparities among African Americans.  A native of North Carolina, she received a Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy from East Carolina University. She was the first African American to graduate with a degree in Physical Therapy and has been recognized by the University as an African American First. She completed her Masters in Adult Education from North Carolina A&T State University.

     She has practiced in Long Term Care, Acute Care, Outpatient, and Home Health. She enjoys mentoring students that are interested in pursuing a career in Physical Therapy.

    Professionally she is a member of The American Physical Therapy Association and Kentucky State Physical Therapy Association. She has served as a Clinical Instructor for Physical Therapy Bellarmine University.

   She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated and the Louisville KY Chapter of the Links Incorporated. She serves on the Board of Directors for Ruth 4 Kids. Willie is Chairman of the Board of Directors for the George and Missouri Bell Foundation.

        Willie attends Green Castle Baptist Church where she actively serves in several ministries, including as the chair of the Women’s Weekend at Green Castle.