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Claudette Milner

Praise 104.7

August 4, 2018

Host: Claudette Milner
Guest: Dominique Churchill and Willie Settle
Topic: Women's Weekend at Green Castle Baptist Church

Dates September 7, 8 & 9. 2018

All donations raised this year will benefit our outreach organization of choice:

Kristylove 
Foundation Inc.
A listening Ear to a Silent HEART









September 7, 2018 Ladies Night Out

Coordinator: Dominique Churchill

Sis. Domonique Churchill has been a member of Green Castle Baptist Church since 2000 when she joined by baptism after years of participating as a youth in various youth ministry activities.  She currently works on the church office staff as the communications coordinator. She is excited to be involved This will be her third year serving as Mistress of Ceremonies for the Ladies Night Out program which she helps to plan and coordinate as a member of the committee.  




Friday at 6:PM includes dinner and special program at Hunting Creek Country Club Tickets are required and sales begin August 12th

 

September 8, 2018


Women's Prayer Brunch and Girls Conference



Willie Settle 


Director of Women's Prayer Brunch and Girl's Conference


September 8, 2018


Saturday at 8:00 a.m. which includes continental breakfast, featured speaker Minister Traci Thomas of Quinn Chapel AME, breakout sessions, and brunch. This is a FREE event to attend, however, advance registration is required to plan for meal. 


September 9, 2018


Worship Service on Sunday at 11 a.m. with featured speaker Evangelist Misha Maynard. Everyone is welcome and all women are encouraged to attend.




August 11, 2018 


Host: Claudette Milner
Guest: Mayor Greg Fischer 

Topic: Profile of a Candidate


Topic: Mayoral Candidate November 2018

Greg Fischer is husband, father, businessman and native of Louisville and loves his hometown and the people who work hard every day to make it great. Serving as Mayor of Louisville is the greatest honor of Mayor Greg Fischer’s public life. That’s why he’s seeking a third term. His three top goals as mayor have been and remain: making Louisville a city of lifelong learning, a much healthier city & an even more compassionate community. As mayor, Fischer has focused on making sure Louisville’s economy is thriving. Since taking office, unemployment has dropped to less than half of what it was when he started, and the city has added more than 72,000 jobs and 2,500 new businesses. Louisville has seen $13 billion of capital investment, with approximately $1 billion of that construction taking place in West Louisville. Mayor Fischer and his team also have created programs to ensure that everyone in Louisville has the opportunity to gain the skills they need to succeed in a diverse economy like Louisville’s, not just those with four year college degrees.







August 18, 2018 


Host: Rashad King
Guests: Lindse Murphy - Board President NAMI 
Topic: Mental Illness

Lindse Murphy is a Louisville native and the current Board President of NAMI (National Alliance of Mental Illness), the Louisville affiliation with both personal and professional ties to mental health. Lindse is a Board Certified and Licensed Behavior Analyst with experience working in various behavioral-health settings including: acute psychiatric hospitals, long-term care facilities and the community. Populations have included children, adolescents, adults and geriatrics with Intellectual and developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, substance-abuse, neuro-cognitive disorders and mental illness. Lindse is an adjunct professor at Indiana University Southeast and a field supervisor for graduate students. Lindse was most recently the Regional Director of Behavioral Health for Signature HealthCARE LLC., and is the current Chief of Operations for Universal Health Services Inc. at Wellstone Regional Hospital. In her free time, Lindse enjoys spending time with her husband and their 3 tea-cup size Chihuahua’s.






August 25,2018



Host: Claudette Milner

Guest: Angela Leet - Mayoral Candidate

Topic: Profile of a Candidate


Angela grew up in Louisville’s Hikes Point area as the adopted daughter of two working class parents. Her parents modeled hard-work and determination, and at a young age, Angela understood the importance of her own hard work and determination to create opportunities. 

During the Carter recession, Angela’s father, a United Auto Worker, was impacted by layoffs, forcing the family to make sacrifices in order to keep their family home. Angela’s father impressed upon her the importance of education as the gateway to success and Angela became determined to be the first in her family to graduate college. 


Working 3 minimum wage jobs to pay for her education, Angela saw that dream come to fruition in 1991 when she earned a Bachelor of Science from the J.B. Speed School of Engineering at the University of Louisville. She went on to earn a Master of Engineering degree the following year, and in 1997 earned her Master of Business Administration from the University of Houston. 


After graduation, Angela left Louisville to pursue career interests in Texas and later in Indiana. In addition to her work as an environmental engineer, Angela trained as an industrial firefighter at Texas A&M and was previously certified as an Emergency Medical Technician in Texas.

Angela met her husband, Lee, at the age of 18 while they were members in the Air Force ROTC at the University of Louisville. Lee, who grew up in South Louisville, is an engineer, entrepreneur and Air Force veteran. They have been married for 15 years and have 2 sons - Zak and Brennan.


After many years of hard work and dedication, Angela and Lee built QSR Automations Inc., a restaurant technology company, and Chamberlin Enterprises in their hometown of Louisville. The small businesses they own and operate currently employ over 100 men and women locally. 


Having achieved her American dream, Angela is dedicated to helping others achieve theirs as well by giving back and continuously seeking ways to improve her community.

Angela has used her engineering background as a construction volunteer, funding and building Habitat for Humanity homes.  She also served as a Habitat Board member and Chair of Women for Habitat.

Angela currently serves as a Board and Executive Committee Member of the Fund for the Arts, a Trustee of Spalding University, and a member of the WaterStep Advisory Committee.


Elected in 2014, Angela is the Metro Council member for District 7. Since her election, she has taken the lead on offering new ideas for ensuring a safer community. As an engineer and problem-solver, she has continuously pushed for more innovation in reducing our city’s crime and increasing the city’s budgeted resources for addiction services. Angela believes in an accountable government and has negotiated changes to state law to create more transparency in local government.