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The Healthy Project Podcast
Breaking Down Barriers in Black Maternal Health

The Healthy Project Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 44:50


In this episode of the Healthy Project podcast, host Corey Dion Lewis sits down with Jazzmine Brooks, a doula and midwife advocating for better care for black mothers. Jazzmine shares her thoughts on the practice barriers that prevent proper care for black mothers, including the delegitimizing of their knowledge, and the lack of affordable access to midwifery practices. She also shares her work supporting direct-entry midwifery programs to give community members access to the care they need. Throughout the conversation, Jazzmine highlights the importance of diversity in the field to drive change and improve health outcomes for black mothers. Connect with Jazzmine:Email: connect@ruralblackdoula.coLinkedinInstagramFacebookTwitterYouTubeConnect with me:LinkedinInstagramFacebookYouTubeTwitterWebsiteLoved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here: AppleSupport the show

Now You're Aware
Appreciate Your Sweet Corn on Shot Tower

Now You're Aware

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 36:42


Katie actually gets to attend a wedding instead of working one and it's Harry Potter themed! We talk about that incredibly detail-oriented event, Dubuque, Iowa's Shot Tower, August 1st is now Sweet Corn Appreciate Day in Illinois, and we wonder out loud if the person with the lowest GPA should also be allowed to speak at a high school graduation.

Funny Friar Ministries
Stop, Drop, and Roll.

Funny Friar Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 14:16


When God calls you to something, big or small, what are you supposed to do?Fr. Goodrich preached this sermon, to a live congregation of St. John's Episcopal Church, Dubuque, Iowa, based on Matthew 4:12-23.  Subscribe to the Father Goodrich Newsletter

The Next Trip - An Aviation and Travel Podcast
Boarding Pass 164: Low-Cost Extravaganza

The Next Trip - An Aviation and Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 76:14


This episode is all about ULCC's with Travis Christ, Head of Avelo Marketing, joining the show. We were supposed to fly on Avelo's inaugural from Orlando to Dubuque, Iowa but the flight was canceled due to DBQ Airport still establishing their security plan. Avelo had an awesome recovery effort which led to Travis joining the show. He tells us all about the new airline and about his path from ramper to airline executive. Doug and Drew proceed with our ULCC run with plans to fly Avelo soon. We take you along for the ride which in avgeek Morse code is:SFO-EWR-MCO-BNA-CID-DEN-SFO.  https://www.nexttripnetwork.com/

Hope Church (Dubuque, IA)
What are Your Triggers?

Hope Church (Dubuque, IA)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 35:05


Sermons from Hope Church in Dubuque, Iowa.

Cults, Crimes, and Cabernet
Iowa : Crystal Arensdorf

Cults, Crimes, and Cabernet

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 25:18


On July 3rd, 2001, Crystal Arensdorf was a 20-year-old woman who vanished after a night out with friends in Dubuque, Iowa. Within months of her disappearance, almost everyone was cleared as a suspect except two local brothers who were at the same bar Crystal was at that night. Their lack of alibi, refusal to cooperate, and a possible failed polygraph test have kept them on the short list of suspects. This case is far from cold; authorities are still following up on leads and conducting searches. What happened to Crystal Arensdorf?Iowa #truecrime #unsolved #cultscrimescabernethttps://www.neighborhoodscout.com/ia/dubuque/crimehttps://uncovered.com/cases/crystal-arensdorfhttps://charleyproject.org/case/crystal-ann-arensdorfhttps://www.newspapers.com/image/548973911/?terms=Crystal%20Arensdorf&match=1https://www.telegraphherald.com/news/tri-state/article_71dc3515-4e28-550d-abb0-9653464d5d10.htmlhttps://www.newspapers.com/image/549277024/?terms=Crystal%20Arensdorf&match=1https://www.cityofdubuque.org/1535/Cold-Caseshttps://www.kwwl.com/news/dubuque/knicker-s-bar-basement-searched-by-iowa-major-crime-unit/article_27161ef9-662d-57c2-9252-e550225d26c7.htmlhttps://www.newspapers.com/image/525979267/?terms=David%20Peacock&match=1

Just Fly Performance Podcast
340: Michael Zweifel on Moving From Strength to Sport Coach and Rethinking Skill and Speed Transfer in Athletic Performance

Just Fly Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 57:11


Today's podcast features coach Michael Zweifel.  Michael is the special teams coordinator, defensive backs coach and co-defensive coordinator for the UW-La Crosse football team.  He is the former owner of the “Building Better Athletes” performance center in Dubuque, Iowa.  Michael was the all-time NCAA leading receiver with 463 receptions in his playing days at University of Dubuque.  He is also a team member of the movement education group, “Emergence”.  Michael is a multi-time appearing guest on the Just Fly Performance Podcast, speaking on elements of sport movement and skill, ecological dynamics and more. It is interesting to consider our current format of sports performance training (strength coaching sessions in the weight room, sport coaching on the field, and a substantial degree of separation between the two), and if our current model will be the same one seen in 20 or 50 years in training.  Michael has always been in both the strength and skill side of athletic performance, but has recently moved to a skill-side only element, in his move to football coaching at The University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse. For the show today, Michael talks a bit about what led him to close down his private-sector sports performance business, and move into only football-coaching.  He'll chat on the sport movement and ecological dynamics principles that he took with him into that football coaching job, and his vision for the strength program that would fit within his sport coaching role that is quite different than the norm in college sports.  We'll also chat on maximizing the transfer in speed work for sport, and the chaotic nature of adaptation and performance in sport, versus a more linear sequencing in traditional S&C settings.  This show is one that will stretch our thinking regarding a lot of current beliefs and practices, and makes for a great conversation in the high-performance dynamic of sport. Today's episode is brought to you by SimpliFaster, Lost Empire Herbs, and the Elastic Essentials online course. For 15% off your Lost Empire Herbs order, head to lostempireherbs.com/justfly. To try Pine Pollen for FREE (just pay for shipping), head to: justflypinepollen.com View more podcast episodes at the podcast homepage. Timestamps and Main Points: 4:13 – How and why Michael moved from being a strength and physical preparation coach, to being a sport coach, coaching NCAA D3 football 7:51 – Michael's counter-industry theory on use of the weight room for his football population 21:06 – How Michael's motor learning background while he was working in the physical preparation field prepared him to coach football in the NCAA 24:08 – What a typical practice looks like for Michael's training group 26:57 – Michael's thoughts on general versus specific agility drills for athletes 35:46 – Thoughts on linear vs. variable patterns of adaptation in athletics and sport, versus a strength and conditioning setting 46:37 – Michael's take on speed work that moves the needle the most, for team sport athletes, specifically football in this case “My issue with strength and conditioning is that we are all doing the same thing, so how can you separate yourself? To have a competitive advantage you can't do what everyone else is doing” “You can accomplish those adaptations/results (tissue resiliency) without ever setting foot in a weight room” “The only tools (for my d-backs) I guess I would use would be a sled, a med ball, and a band, or a weighted vest” “I think coaches would be a lot better if they had to require 6 months of getting out of the weight room, and finding ways to get those similar adaptations without relying on a barbell that we are normally comfortable with” “In order to improve an athlete's movement, they have to be put and placed in context, or an environment that retains a lot of variables they see in sport, which is live human bodies”

Dairy News & Views from ISU
Episode 68. Dairy Challenge inspires tomorrow's dairy leaders!

Dairy News & Views from ISU

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 35:40


Learn more about the impact and value of the now 20 year contest known as North American Intercollegiate Dairy Challenge. This year, the Midwest Regional Dairy Challenge will be held in Dubuque, IA and hosted by Iowa State University and University of Wisconsin-Platteville.

Brain and Courtlin Morning Show
Restaurant Closing and Tragedy at Dubuque Aquarium

Brain and Courtlin Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 49:15


We talk about a Solon restaurant closing this week, and about the tragic loss of 8 stingrays at a Dubuque aquarium.

The Behaviorist Bookclub
Ep. 78- Quality Indicators for Master's Programs?

The Behaviorist Bookclub

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 27:16


Check out this new episode where we talk about the new paper from Dubuque & Kazemi, as well as take a question on transitions in the school setting! Dubuque, E.M., Kazemi, E. An Investigation of BCBA Exam Pass Rates as a Quality Indicator of Applied Behavior Analysis Training Programs . Behav Analysis Practice 15, 909–923 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-021-00660-x

Hope Church (Dubuque, IA)
Inexpressible Joy

Hope Church (Dubuque, IA)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 34:03


Sermons from Hope Church in Dubuque, Iowa.

Leading Theologically
New Ways of Being Church with Beth McCaw

Leading Theologically

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 32:14


What are the ways the Spirit is moving in theological education and the church? The Rev. Dr. Beth McCaw is passionate about bi-vocational ministry, and outside-of-the-box forms of being the church - and the two of those related. In fact, Beth is both on the faculty at the University of Dubuque and the Presbytery Leader for Glacier Presbytery where they are experimenting with creating a chapel relationship from a New Worshipping Community. They are raising up their own preachers along with looking to traditional seminary graduates along with creating an ecumenical multi-staff parish among five ELCA, UMC and PCUSA churches with lay and bi-vocational teaching elder leadership. As Beth puts it, “It is a very exciting time in the church if we can get past our nostalgia and fear. The world is as thirsty as it has ever been and so there is some urgency to this call as well.” Join Lee and Beth for this conversation!

Horrific Heartland
Haunted Places in Iowa

Horrific Heartland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 23:23


Iowa has some very interesting history which can only mean one thing......haunted places! This week on Horrific Heartland, we learn about two of the most haunted places in the state, Edinburgh Manor (Scotch Grove) and Mathias Ham House (Dubuque). Both are inhabited by the people who use to live there, one spirit might be more menacing than the others. Do you dare enter?Sources:traveliowa.com/13-of-iowas-most-haunted/edinburghmanor.wixsite.com/edinburgh/historyparanormalmilwaukee.com/locations/edinburgh-manor-iowa/American Hauntings bumpinthenight.net/night-at-edinburgh-manorcityofdubuque.org/708/Mathias-Ham-HouseFacebook: Horrific Heartland Podcast Discussion GroupInstagram & Tik Tok: horrificheartlandpodcasthorrificheartland@gmail.com

UBC News World
Best Chiropractic Center In Dubuque, IA For Chronic Back & Neck Pain Uses TRT

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 2:37


Looking for the best chiropractor in Dubuque, IA? Look no further than Fullness of Life Chiropractic (563-583-2095)! The center uses TRT to gently realign your spine and resolve chronic back or neck pain! Learn more at https://fullnessoflifechiro.com/spinal-wellness

Green City
Leslie Shalabi

Green City

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 24:44


This week, we continue our food and farm series with our guest, Leslie Shalabi, co-founder of Convivium Urban Farmstead in Dubuque, Iowa. Leslie founded Convivium along with Mike Muench with a mission to improve life through food. If you've missed out on the rest of the series, head over to our website. https://kfmg.org www.yourgreenportal.com

One On One
Midwestern roots with U of Dubuque's Director Andy Mettert

One On One

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 23:27


Andy Mettert, foodservice director at University of Dubuque is a busy guy, and tough to pin down for a podcast! Dozens of emails passed between us but he managed to find the time recently to get us caught up on what’s happening with the dining program at the University of Dubuque. We also get into Project Rooted a community-based culinary collaboration with the goal of bringing nutritious food and farm-to-table experiences to kids in food deserts and everywhere else. He’s been working with Project Rooted since before the pandemic, when suddenly the project went from “nice to have” to “serving a real need,” serving thousands of meals when schools were closed. On the culinary side, Mettert muses on Midwestern cuisine and why the ‘meat and potatoes’ vibe in this part of the country doesn’t have to mean plant-forward food moves to the back burner. And if you’re a roller coaster enthusiast, stay tuned because we talk about Cedar Point, a childhood memory for both of us, complete with historic coasters like the Blue Streak and Gemini.

Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast
The Pack is Back with Manger Michael Blake

Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 29:10


Michael Blake brings back the Dubuque Packers after Dubuque lost in minor league team back in the 1970s. After years of struggling the Pack is back winning its first league championship since being announced as an expansion team. Manager Michael Blake and I talk about the process of starting a semipro team and the highs and the lows along the way. Find Us on Social Media: Facebook: Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast Twitter: @CoachManeman Instagram: Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast

Behavior Analysis in Practice- The Podcast
S4E1: Training Program Pass Rates with Kendra E. Guinness & Erick Dubuque

Behavior Analysis in Practice- The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 78:19


Kendra E. Guinness & Erick Dubuque join us to talk about their papers, Program Characteristics and Certification Examination Pass Rates: A Statistical Analysis of BACB-Published 2015–2019 Data and An Investigation of BCBA Exam Pass Rates as a Quality Indicator of Applied Behavior Analysis Training Programs. Show Notes   Remember to join us on Facebook to suggest articles to review and questions for authors. https://www.facebook.com/BApractice Acknowledgments Host and Executive Producer: Cody Morris, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA https://salve.edu/users/dr-cody-morris Assistant Producers Elizabeth Narvaez Jesse Perrin Organizational Support ABAI https://www.abainternational.org/welcome.aspx Behavior Analysis in Practice Editor, Stephanie Peterson, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA https://www.abainternational.org/journals/bap.aspx Music Cruising Altitude by Jim Carr and his band New Latitude http://www.newlatitudemusic.com Link to Article Guinness: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40617-021-00610-7 Dubuque: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40617-021-00660-x Links from Talk https://accreditation.abainternational.org/welcome.aspx https://accreditation.abainternational.org/accredited-programs.aspx https://www.bacb.com/university-pass-rates/ References   Dubuque, E.M., & Kazemi, E. An investigation of bcba exam pass rates as a quality indicator of applied behavior analysis training programs . Behavior Analysis in Practice 15, 909–923 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-021-00660-x   Dubuque, E. M., Yingling, M. E., & Allday, R. A. (2020). The misclassification of behavior analysts: How national provider identifiers (npis) fail to adequately capture the scope of the field. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 14(1), 214–229. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-020-00451-w   Guinness, K.E., & Turner, K.S. Program characteristics and certification examination pass rates: A statistical analysis of bacb - published 2015–2019 data. Behavior Analysis in Practice 15, 677–683 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-021-00610-7   Shepley, C., Allday, R. A., & Shepley, S. B. (2017). Towards a meaningful analysis of behavior analyst preparation programs. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 31(11), 39–45. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-017-0193-9

THE GOOD ALL AROUND US podcast
#88 Art For Others

THE GOOD ALL AROUND US podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 31:31


Chris and Deanna are back in The Happy Place, bringing you a new episode that's sure to tug at your heart strings. Hear what they've been up to and how they've spent the last three weeks. Then come along as Chris takes on a road trip up to Dubuque, Iowa where we meet Arsh Pal, a twelve-year-old who has been giving back in the most amazing of ways. Listen to his WOW of a story as we learn that a passion he picked up four years ago has brought joy to so many, while at the same time raising money for kids who are sick. You'll be forever changed after hearing about the ripple effect he's creating with his ART FOR OTHERS. THE GOOD ALL AROUND US podcast is a celebration of uplifting stories and events from around the world.Each week, hosts Deanna and Chris Ley will alternate telling stories of good things that have happened to real people all across the globe.It's time to celebrate THE GOOD ALL AROUND US!It's time to HAPPY UP YOUR LIFE!Please make sure to subscribe so you can stay up to date on all new podcast releases....and if you like us, please give a 5-star rating in Apple Podcast or Podchaser. It will only take a sec! We'd appreciate it!...and if you really, really like us, head on over to Patreon and become our Neighbor! By joining our Patreon Community at the link below, you can get some fun GOODies, including access to our private Facebook group, monthly bonus episodes, and other awesome stuff. Best of all, you will be our Neighbor! You can move right in to the GOOD 'HOOD by clicking here.Be sure to follow us on social media!It's where we share about all the goings-on here at THE GOOD ALL AROUND US podcast.Facebook at THE GOOD ALL AROUND USInstagram at @TheGoodAllAroundUsPodcastTwitter at @HappyUpYourLifeYouTube at THE GOOD ALL AROUND US PodcastLinkedIn at THE GOOD ALL AROUND US PodcastGet your GOOD GOOD Merch!Grab some fun (and funny) gear at the Get GOOD Merch Store.Access everything above and so much more in one easy place - our website!www.TheGoodAllAroundUs.comJoin our Facebook group PODAPALOOZA where podcast creators and podcast listeners unite!Email us at any time at Hello@TheGoodAllAroundUs.com! We'd love to hear from you! Music courtesy of the amazingly talented Timur Khakimov. Check him out at OCHTAHEDRONMUSIC.Support the show

The Growing Small Towns Show
109. The Secret to Raising More Money in Small Town Nonprofits

The Growing Small Towns Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 56:32


We are so excited for another (crossover!) episode with one of our most favorite people: small-town nonprofit expert and fun-haver, Patrick Kirby. This episode is all about how small town nonprofits can raise more money and create a bigger impact.    About Patrick Patrick Kirby is the Founder of Do Good Better Consulting and a believer that “we've always done it this way” is the most dangerous phrase in the English language.    Patrick has spent over a decade working in nearly every capacity in the nonprofit industry, for organizations of all shapes and sizes, and strives to ‘Do Good Better' every day. From organizing $10,000 cure walks to $1 million galas, Patrick's passion lies in creating creative solutions to make fundraising less boring.   He cut his donor relations/fundraising teeth as the Alumni Coordinator at the Academy of Holy Angels in Richfield, MN, before trying his hand as a manufacturing sales rep to companies such as Target and Best Buy. Tired of being yelled at for uncontrollable international shipping issues in both English and Chinese, Patrick re-joined the world of nonprofit work as the Sr. Development Director at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation MN/Dakotas Chapter before taking the Chief Development Officer position at the Anne Carlsen Center.   He earned his B.A. in “B.S.” (politics) at Loras College in Dubuque, IA, and is hopelessly addicted to super nerdy Sci-Fi/Fantasy novels and old school SquareSoft ® RPG Nintendo games. Patrick married out of his league to his wife Shannon, has three ridiculously adorable children named Spencer, Preston, and Willow, and lives in West Fargo, ND.   In this episode, we cover: The unique struggles of small town non-profits Why we need to be more intentional with our giving  Why we need to say no to form letters What steps to take to transform your fundraising What the future of impactful, aligned philanthropy looks like   Links and Resources Mentioned: Do Good Better Consulting Website: https://www.dogoodbetterconsulting.com/ Do Good Better Consulting Podcast: https://www.dogoodbetterconsulting.com/dogoodbetterpodcast

For the Love of Tractors
S2 episode 1: the 2022 National Farm Toy Show Weekend

For the Love of Tractors

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 17:00


I'm back from the big show and I talk about displays, finds, and Dubuque and Dyersville

Duhawk Digest
E96 | Mysteries of Christmas

Duhawk Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 23:43


From its inception 16 years ago, Mysteries of Christmas has provided the community with a seasonal experience that combines the highest quality of music and literature in a concert format. In this episode, we look into what make this Loras tradition an enduring favorite for audiences every year.

Duhawk Digest
E95 | Loras College All-Sports Camp

Duhawk Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 20:00


After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the Loras College All-Sports Camp played to host to campers again this past summer. In this episode, All-Sports Camp Director Tom Kult reflects back on the delays, the return, and the future of the popular campus event.

Duhawk Digest
E94 | Loras Players Present Eurydice

Duhawk Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 28:02


Tickets for The Loras Players' performance of Eurydice on Nover 17-19, 2022 are available here.

Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast
Southeastern CC Coach Justin Schulte

Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 37:04


Head Coach Justin Schulte from Southeastern Community College is a proven winner and recent member of the 900 Win Club. Coach Schulte has been coaching for 25 years and he stopped by the Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast to share the benefits of going the JUCO route after high school. Coach Schulte talks about his upcoming 2023 season, promotes the Southeastern baseball program, and of course talks about the huge presence of Dubuque county players on his current roster. Find Us on Social Media: Facebook: Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast Twitter: @CoachManeman Instagram: Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nmaneman/support

St. John's Episcopal Church, Dubuque, Iowa

St. John's Episcopal Church, Dubuque, Iowa - Psalm 84

Mom & Merder
History and Hauntings of Our Hometown

Mom & Merder

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 90:27


This week we tell you about why Dubuque is named Iowa's most haunted town.

Hope Church (Dubuque, IA)
Three Signs of a Bad Leader

Hope Church (Dubuque, IA)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 38:32


Sermons from Hope Church in Dubuque, Iowa.

Runners of the Corn
Tara Flesch Podcast

Runners of the Corn

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 95:48


We sit down with Tara and discuss how this started and lead to five one-hundred-mile finishes at the Mines of Spain race in Dubuque, Iowa.  

Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast
J.D. Scholten Man on a Mission to End MLB Blackouts

Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 36:10


J.D. Scholten is a man on a mission to end MLB Blackouts in Iowa, but J.D. also has an interesting story about making his first appearance pitching in the Dubuque County Semipro baseball league in the Peosta Cubs Tournament.  J.D. is a former retired baseball player and current pollical figure who loves to talk baseball.  He described Dubuque very well in my opinion using three words baseball, beer, and bible.  This is a fun episode about how and outsider looks at our baseball community. Find Us on Social Media: Facebook:  Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast Twitter: @CoachManeman  Instagram: Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nmaneman/support

D3football.com » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast
ATN Podcast 315: Lookin’ alive in the 5

D3football.com » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 60:00


We talk about all six regions, multiple times, in each D3football.com Around the Nation podcast, For example, this week, who's lookin' alive in Region 5? Ripon is lookin' quite alive as the Redhawks remain unbeaten here in what coach Ron Ernst has announced is his final season. The team is tied for first in the Midwest Conference after knocking off Lake Forest on Saturday, and Ernst joins us for a Fast 5 minutes to talk about the team, how it has come together, and whether anyone has presented him with a keepsake on this farewell tour through the Midwest Conference. Also from the 5, a stat of the week detailing exactly how dominant the North Central run game was this past weekend. Plus a little safety dancing from Dubuque's win at Coe, Concordia (Wis.) heading for a conference championship showdown, and more.   How does UW-River Falls' loss at Platteville affect the playoff at-large bid picture? Greg Thomas just wrote about it last Thursday in Around the Nation and there will be more talk about it now.  In all, 48 schools merit serious mention in this week's podcast. Who's getting it done in Region 1? Who's blue in the 2? What's the score in the 4? Who's tryin' to survive in the 5? Plus, who's in the mix in the 6, and what is the sound of 19,000 cats, anyway? In addition, Pat and Greg hand out game balls, spotlight the unexpected in Stat of the Week, make guesses about Week 8 games and more. There's a list in small type at the bottom of this page of all the teams that are talked about. Fan question in our mailbag from Jeff Seidel @seideljeff: Taking recent playoff success into account, dating back to 2018, how does JHU, Muhlenberg, Sus and Ursinus compare to the top 4 in other conferences? Especially since several 2018 kids are still playing at Hop? Pat Coleman and Greg Thomas talk about it all in the latest D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast. The D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast is a regular conversation covering the wide range of Division III football. The post ATN Podcast 315: Lookin’ alive in the 5 appeared first on D3football.com » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast.

Funny Friar Ministries
Stewardship and Persistence

Funny Friar Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 11:39


What is stewardship and what does it have to do with 2 Timothy chapter 3? Fr. Goodrich preached this sermon, to a live congregation of St. John's Episcopal Church, Dubuque, Iowa, based on 2 Timothy 3:14-4:5 and the church's observance of Stewardship Sunday. Subscribe to the Father Goodrich Newsletter

St. John's Episcopal Church, Dubuque, Iowa
Stewardship and Persistence

St. John's Episcopal Church, Dubuque, Iowa

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 11:05


St. John's Episcopal Church, Dubuque, Iowa. 2 Timothy 3:14-4:5

Light Your Fire!
LYF's First Magazine Publication + Recognizing a Prior Version of Yourself Being SOOO PROUD!

Light Your Fire!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 13:01


You guys! The Light Your Fire! podcast was published in its first-ever magazine! If you've been following my posts and stories on social media and Instagram, I had a photoshoot at the house over a month ago that I kept under wraps, but I can now disclose the shoot was for the article published in the HER Magazine based out of Dubuque, Iowa. The little girl version of myself would be sooo dang proud of how far I've come and I want you to also recognize a prior version of yourself that would be soooo proud of who you are today and how far you've come. Whether you've recently quit an addiction or a bad habit like removing Diet Coke from your diet or maybe you've been working on losing baby weight, or have finally gotten into a decent workout routine, it ALL MATTERS! Be PROUD of you! Be PROUD of how far you've come! And know you are making a DIFFERENCE in this world and to those around you! Upcoming Collabs:Jenni Drew - Tips on recruiting/applying for new careers. Amanda DeLaney (Financial FixHER Podcast) - Bulletproof BudgetingAndrea Pitts - Postpartum hormones + misinformed vitamin ingredients to pay attention to.Connect with Liz!Follow Liz on Instagram -----> click HERE @liz.garcia.lightyourfireJoin the LYF! pod community on FB -----> click HEREIf you loved today's episode, take a screenshot of the episode to share on social media or shoot Liz a DM and she will personally thank you for listening in!

Mom & Merder
Mathias Ham House

Mom & Merder

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 84:27


Haunted or not? Listen as we tell you about the history and happenings at this historic site in Dubuque, IA and tell us what you think.

St. John's Episcopal Church, Dubuque, Iowa

St. John's Episcopal Church, Dubuque, Iowa, Psalm 111

Maybe I'm Amazed
Rev. Dr. Lillian Daniel on Community and Compassion

Maybe I'm Amazed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 37:52


Dr. Howell speaks with Dr. Lillian Daniel on the importance of community in the church, how the community deals with hardships and tragedy, and the need for compassion. Dr. Daniel is a preacher, teacher, and writer in Iowa. She has spoken at the National Cathedral, Duke Chapel, Kings College, London, and Queen's College, Ontario, but on Sundays, you can find her preaching at First Congregational Church in Dubuque, Iowa.

Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast
University of Washington Commit Jadyn Glab

Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 35:16


Jadyn Glab growing up was not always the best, but she has outworked everybody in the area to become the best. Jadyn has had an outstanding career for the Lady Stangs, but took some time away to pursue a dream to become a division one softball player. Jadyn's gamble paid off earning a scholarship to play for the University of Washington Lady Huskies next year. Jadyn shares her stories of playing in Dubuque, playing travel softball, playing high school softball, and gives advice to parents and players in the area chasing that same dream. Find Us on Social Media: Facebook: Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast Twitter: @CoachManeman Instagram: Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nmaneman/support

What's Your Drive?
Communication - A Two-Way Street: Gettin' Schmitt Done with Chris!

What's Your Drive?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 7:08


Join Hirschbach's Chris Schmitt as we review the latest news and upcoming initiatives here at Hirschbach Motor Lines! • Almost through the 3rd quarter- the year is going quickly • Fred Staugh from Maintenance will be on in the next 1-2 weeks • Great DAW last week- got to see a lot of you all over the country- the link is still active to get the shirt If you were unable to get to a terminal: https://info.hirschbach.com/daw-shirt... • DM's in Dubuque went through Tablet Training. The same training that all of our new drivers go through in Orientation- we want the to be able to help you navigate and answer many of their questions. If there is something you would like added or changed on the tablet- please let Chris know. • Business Update: Market is tightening up. We are with 2 of our largest customers- Smithfield and Armada this week and they anticipate strong miles upcoming. They both echoed that continuing our high levels of service is critical. Overcommunicate on any issues that we may have. Keep DM's and operations in the loop so that we can keep the communication open with the customer. Walmart- is a specific example that we can buckle down and improve on. • Be safe and know that we appreciate all that you do!

Changing the Rules
E: 123 Life After Work, A Golden Opportunity, Guest Bill Adams

Changing the Rules

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 19:48


Transcription:Intro  00:04Welcome to Changing the Rules, a weekly podcast about people who are living their best lives and advice on how you can achieve that too. Join us with your lively host, Ray Lowe, better known as the luckiest guy in the world.Bill Adams00:15Welcome, everybody. We're sitting here this afternoon, actually, it is afternoon, but you're not supposed to know that. And we're in our brand new studios here in Willow Street, Pennsylvania. And we have a great engineer here, Luke Cagno, who's running our soundboard and who's going to make us sound great. And I have a really exciting, intriguing guest today. And his name is Bill Adams, and we're going to come back to him in a second. I want to remind everybody that the luckiest people in the world are people who create their own lives, design them personally, step into them and live them under their own terms. And unfortunately, we have rules that are given to us by people all throughout our lives. Our parents gave us rules. The church gives us rules. The schools give us rules, our jobs give us rules. And the problem with rules is that rules either have to be followed, or they're things that we can't do. And I think it was Steve Jobs, the president of Apple that came in and said, you know, if you're living your life under other people's rules, you're not living your life. And we have a really great guest today, who I think is pretty good at breaking the rules, or at least changing them and making them do what he wants to do, Bill Adams. And before I let Bill Adams talk, let me give you a couple of key points about his life. And Bill, you can correct me if I'm wrong on these. So, Bill Adams guided Armstrong World Industries through some of the stormiest years in its 134-year history. He's a native of Dubuque, Iowa, he joined Armstrong in 1956, as an advertising copywriter. He became chairman and president in March of 1988, just as the booming economy of the 1980s was about to stagnate, and he found himself coping with a harsh business climate that shoved Armstrong into unprofitability. He led the firm's successful defense against takeovers and brought them back to profitability before he actually retired in 1996, I believe. So, for those of you who don't know Armstrong, it was a public company, it was listed on the New York Stock Exchange, and it was a $2 billion company with 10,000 employees. And so we have a gentleman here who managed a good-sized company and Bill Armstrong, welcome to Changing the Rules.  Thanks. Good to be here. Okay. Now, I described you originally as a hard-charging business executive, and you corrected me on that. So take a minute and tell us about your management style because I think it's important in the way you think, Well, I didn't object to, I want to modify the idea of hard-charging, there is this image, the CEOs are almost like commanders on a bridge, who are saying do this and do that. Your role really I leading an organization. First of all, I think is to have the longest planning view of anybody there. Where are we going, essentially the key choosing and trying to shape the organization to compete in the right markets against the right competition with the right offer. And then you got to think about the structure. Do you have the, you know, the financial structure, the employees structure, the ethical structure all the way through? So it's not so much hard charging is it is, I think, essentially finding out where you can make a difference. I'll say this, the decisions that are brought to you which you often share with the board are not the easy ones they've been taken care of. They're the tougher ones, the toughest one of all have to do with people. So I'd like to look at that job has being a lucky one for me. I got there because of good luck, which I won't get into now. Turns of events which worked out in my favor, but I like to look at it as being one who serves the company to get where it wants to go.Ray Loewe04:29Okay, so now let's get into what we really want to talk about. We've established your credentials over here and what you've been able to do. But you're also an expert, I'm going to use a bad word, at retirement, because you've been retired for how long now?Bill Adams04:47Little over a quarter of a century.Ray Loewe04:49Okay. So you hate the word retirement as much as I do. So what's the substitute word?Bill Adams04:56Well rewirement, I think you're rewired. Let me point out when you're in any part of the organization, you could be a plant manager, you could manage an accounts payable department, you have to use your time well, that's the thing where you're showing your stuff. In a company like Armstrong, you have all the financial resources, you want the human resources, the thing you got to do is decide how best to spend your time, where you're gonna make a difference. So you're very careful how you're using that time. And then all of a sudden, you're no longer employed. And you can put that time to any use you want to. People who study this say one of the very first things that people retired realize is: I'm on vacation, and I'm on vacation next week and next month, which means I really can choose what to do with my time. Other times it was chosen by others. So the question is, what are you going to do it and Ray, I think there's so much written about preparing for the financial side of retirement, I think maybe it would be of service to people approaching retirement if more were written about what are you going to do with the last third of your life Adult life. And do the math. Let's say you retire at age 62, you live to age 85, go do the arithmetic. And let's suppose that you become an adult at 18, rather than the arithmetic, you're going to find the 1/3 of your life in this non-employed period. Now there are some who retire from their main vocation and go into something else, small or large. But essentially, I think that's the feeling in the planning probably is, what am I going to do with this time? What am I going to pursue here? And right alongside of it, what am I going to do to help others do what they want to do?Ray Loewe06:51Okay, I should ask, I shouldn't ask you the question, I'm going to tell you what I'm going to do. I made an observation about you a long time ago. And we've known each other for a little while, but not an extended period of time. But I think Bill is a person who really follows what fascinates and motivates him. And I think that that's one of the things that has driven him during this period of rewirement. So talk a little bit about some of the things that you've done. And how long do you continue to do them?Bill Adams07:26Well, a lot of it is just personal pursuit rather selfish. That sounds neat, I'd like to be part of that. I played golf ever since I was 12. And I played a lot of tournaments. And I've always been fascinated by the role of the golf rules official. Many people don't realize that the golf rules officials, they're not to exact penalties on people but to prevent them. to help the golfer not make mistakes, you know, and you know, you help the guy who hit a ball into the creek, determine where he places the next shot. So I went to this PGA rules school and qualified at a very difficult three-hour exam, and then went out of the course, working with other rules officials, and I could use the grand term giving back to the game. But no, I give it to me, I've been fascinated with how this works and how much there is to learn about golf rules officials. Now for how long? I did it for seven years until I didn't want to do it anymore. There was no more fire in the belly. You know, you drive into the sun towards the greater Philadelphia area seven in the morning, and you drive back into the sun coming back to Lancaster. And that's when you stop. And I don't know if that's a principle, but it's one that I think might help as people think about this. I don't think I want to start this because I don't want to do it for a long, long time. You don't have to. You're not drawing a paycheck, you know, to be in a particular job, you can simply say, I want to do this until I don't want to do it anymore. If I could use another example of, in the early period, I went down to the University of Tennessee and taught if you will I call it that in the MBA graduate school. Actually, I went down there and I found myself learning more than teaching. Never mind how I got connected with that. But what I found with that was what I really wanted to was pursue an engagement with younger people, college-age people with a faculty, it was a brand new experience for me. And then there came a time when I just ran out of steam and said thank you very much, I won't be doing this anymore. That by the way were short stints, two to three weeks at a time twice a year. But it was just a great experience. And as I said I learned so much In doing that,Ray Loewe10:01You know, let's back up a bit, your family has always been important to you. So describe your family, and then talk a little bit about the time you allocated your family during your work experience.Bill Adams10:15Well, we have four children. And they have spawned 10 grandchildren right at this point. I married Susan Cole, who I met on a blind date in 1954. And we've been married for 65 years. And when I talk about my family I've got to start there, because when I was in our international operations, I was going away for three weeks at a time. And here's Susan home with four kids and all the things that have to do with it and she ran the household, she kept the family together. As far as my own time, I tried to put in a rule, if you will, changing the rules, okay? From midnight Friday, until four o'clock Sunday, I'm doing no business. I'm not opening the briefcase, and I'm not sure I could do that in today's role or social media, here, but I could then. And it may be a matter of going back on the office phone Friday night and finishing up some things. But it enabled me to really set aside that time and do lots of things with our kids and for our kids.  Everything from going to rock concerts to going to baseball games with my son. And yeah, family was important. I have to say if St. Peter taps me at the pearly gates and says, what did you accomplish down there on earth? I want to mention the family first. Armstrong. yeah, that's in there, rewirement is in there.Ray Loewe11:42Okay, and that's still part of your life, right? You know, so what do you do with your family right now, as part of your requirement concept over here?Bill Adams11:51Stay in touch with them, it's so easy to do it now. I just looked today on WhatsApp at a posting from our granddaughter who two weeks ago went to Botswana with the Peace Corps. Now, there was a time years ago you wouldn't hear from him for two years. So we're staying in touch. We gathered 30 of them to play a lake at the Adirondacks in July. And that was 30 out of 34 of our extended family. So you know, we're working going with them. And you know, often you'll hear someone say they retired and spend time with her grandchildren. While I want to spend time with all the kids and watch them develop. You know, last week, our only son or third of the birth order turned 59. Now I thought woah, I can't have kids in their 60s. But I do and they're fascinating people. I will mention this too. I spent a lot of time in our international operations and got to go to a lot of neat places on somebody else's money. But one of the things we pursued in this requirements, Susan I did, was to go to cities and places with an entirely different view. I probably went to London, I think I counted one time, 50 times in my business career. But then Susan I would go back to London and rent a flat, or apartment or furnished villa for two weeks. And just decide every day, what do you want to do, it's raining, let's stay in, you know, sit by the coal stove and if you know, let's choose this, let's go to Stratford upon Avon and see a Shakespearean play. And that was a neat way to kind of indulge your interest and pursue what interests you. And so we've been traveling to South America, Italy, you know, all around the world, in fact, went two months ago to Iceland, which was on our bucket list. And that's part of being one of the luckiest guys in the world, to be able to have the financial flexibility to do that and to have the good health at age 88 to be able to do that.Ray Loewe14:00You know, you're still a young guy, though. Long as you think young, you're still a young guy. Bill Adams14:05Well, yes, but age has a limit.Ray Loewe14:06It does and so let's talk about that briefly, not so much from a negative standpoint, but one of the things I think we have to know is age does create problems. And I think the luckiest people in the world get around them pretty fast. So I think you've built that into your picture to a large extent. Talk to me about aging.  Well, when you when you're an octogenarian things go wrong, and they do when you're in your 60s. I never thought I'd be, you know, wearing hearing aids and they're very helpful. I've had three operations on my right eye. Thank goodness, I have cornea specialists at Hopkins that know just what to do, very lucky on that. But it hasn't slowed you down. Bill Adams14:58Yeah, of course, it's slowed me down. But it hasn't propped me down thank God in a wheelchair, you know, I may hit that sometime. But things you know you just accommodate to it. This is the first year since I was 12 years old that I have not played a full round of golf. I played some nine-hole golf. And part of that's a physical limitation and a part of it was because of an injury from a fall. And that's one thing I developed now is the ability to fall down. I'm very good at it. And you'll see when I came into the studio, I came in today with a cane, this is not a good day for my balance. Ray Loewe15:41So okay, so let's go back to these people now that are entering the best third of their life or the last third of their life or how you want to put it there. You've had an interesting viewpoint in the way you've looked at this. So what is it that you would tell people to do? I mean, forget the basics of you know, stay healthy and get financially secure. Get into the stuff that makes life rich and enlightened.Bill Adams16:13Well, I loath to give a general prescription. But I can comment on a few things from my own personal experience and some of the things I've watched. But people are so different in their outlook on life, their interests, their financial situation, their health, their family relationships. So to say now, here are the three principles for happy retirement. No. I do say from my own experience, I've learned to be a little selfish maybe. As you come out of this vacation period, hey, I'm no longer working, I'm on vacation this week, and next week, and next month. Pick out the things that really interest you and I think you should get the greatest satisfaction out of things that interest you that help other people. Or you can go in and serve and literally, I'll mention for example, Susan, I for a couple of years, helped serve breakfast five days a week to the people of food insecurity, who were coming to First Methodist Church. I really took an interest in the bright side Opportunity Center down southwest Lancaster helping raise money for that. To provide a place where kids and adults in the southwest sector of Lancaster could come for everything from after-school classes to physical fitness and things like that. I think the greatest satisfaction comes where you'll be able to help others. Well, you know, I think this is a good place to stop, though I think what I got out of this is that you have to keep an open mind, you have to follow what fascinates and motivates you, you have to do what you want to do until you don't want to do it anymore. But you always have to do something. Yeah, let me add if you could a capstone to this. And that's my faith. I really believe the universe is unfolding as it should. And I'm a basic, incurable optimist. I think that helps a lot here. And part of it is God's in charge, it may not seem like it sometimes. But I am aware of that. And I realized my weakness and the strength I can gain from my faith through all this. So when things go wrong, that's okay. You were not guaranteed about a bed of roses. And you've got some higher power to look after you and to aspire to. And I think that's awfully important.Ray Loewe18:51Well, you know, thanks so much for sharing your thinking, your wisdom, your experience with us. And we've been talking with Bill Adams, and I think we're done. I think we've reached a good spot in how to think about this world of the last third of your life or however you want to look at it and Luke, why don't you sign us off and we'll be back next week with another guest. Outro  19:18Thank you for listening to Changing the Rules. Join us next week for more conversation, our special guest, and to hear more from the luckiest guy in the world.

Talking Hockey Sense
USHL season preview, Dubuque GM Kalle Larsson on building teams and finding the right players

Talking Hockey Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 63:05


The USHL season is about to begin on FloHockey. So this week, Chris welcomes Dubuque Fighting Saints President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Kalle Larsson, who shares his insights on what it takes to make it in the USHL, how he builds teams and how the league has grown over the years. Chris also answers your questions about NHL prospects, college hockey and his recent trip to the NHL Rookie Faceoff in San Jose. Got a question for Chris you want to hear answered on the podcast, tweet them to @chrismpeters with the hashtag #TalkingHockeySense. Also, don't forget to subscribe to the podcast and if you're so inclined, please leave a kind rating and review to help get the word out about the podcast. And while you're at it, subscribe to FloHockey.tv to get access to every game from the ECHL, USHL, CCHA, Atlantic Hockey and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

What's Your Drive?
Day 5 - Driver Appreciation Week, LIVE From East Dubuque!

What's Your Drive?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 30:59


Join Hirschbach's Jessie Sanchez, Chris Schmitt, and guests as we celebrate Driver Appreciation Week here at Hirschbach Motor Lines!

What's Your Drive?
Day 4 - Driver Appreciation Week, LIVE From East Dubuque!

What's Your Drive?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 19:41


Join Hirschbach's Jessie Sanchez and Dan Wallace and guests as we celebrate Driver Appreciation Week here at Hirschbach Motor Lines!

What's Your Drive?
Day 3 - Driver Appreciation Week, LIVE From East Dubuque!

What's Your Drive?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 36:23


Join Hirschbach President Dan Wallace and guests as we celebrate Driver Appreciation Week here at Hirschbach Motor Lines!

What's Your Drive?
Day 2 - Driver Appreciation Week, LIVE From East Dubuque!

What's Your Drive?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 33:06


Join Hirschbach's Jessie Sanchez and guests as we celebrate Driver Appreciation Week here at Hirschbach Motor Lines!

River to River
A Dubuque native's death near the dawn of the CIA is shrouded in mystery nearly a century later

River to River

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022


In 1948, Dubuque-native Jane Burrell died in a plane crash in France, making her the first Central Intelligence Agency officer to die in the agency's service.

Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast
Texas Rangers Farmhand Tommy Specht

Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 29:50


Recently drafted in the 6th round, Dubuque product Tommy Specht talks about his journey from high school baseball player to D1 commit, to playing professional baseball in the Texas Rangers organization.  Tommy also talked about the tough decision he had to make during his junior season at Wahlert and follow his dream. Find Us on Social Media: Facebook:  Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast Twitter: @CoachManeman Instagram: Dubuque Area Baseball Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nmaneman/support

Washed Up Walkons
Gary Dolphin | WUW 345

Washed Up Walkons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 68:14


The Voice of the Iowa Hawkeyes, Gary Dolphin, makes his second appearance on the show. Listening to Gary talk Hawks, Iowa City, Kinnick, or really ANY topic is simply mesmerizing. His voice is synonymous with football season, the black and gold, happiness for many. In this episode we dive deep into a discussion about his recent trip across the world to Europe, some fun history on Kinnick Stadium, His bar in Dubuque, The Field of Dreams, Coach Parker, His thoughts on the team this coming fall, and a dozen little legendary stories that he works in between all of these conversations. To be frank, if you are an Iowa fan, you will enjoy this next hour.

The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast - Part of The Action Network
The Favorites - AFC + NFC South Betting Preview

The Favorites Sports Betting Podcast - Part of The Action Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 36:26


Today we preview two divisions Action Network host Chad Millman never misses a chance to poke fun at. Referring to them as "culturally speaking, the least relevant divisions in the NFL," together with his co-host Simon Hunter they preview all eight teams top to bottom from a betting perspective. The Tennessee Titans have long punched about their weight class, but can it continue? Will the Saints prove feisty this season? And is Tampa destined to return to the Super Bowl with Tom Brady? All this and plenty more, plus a dramatic reading about Dubuque's most famous dog groomer. #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
The Favorites - AFC + NFC South Betting Preview

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 36:26


Today we preview two divisions Action Network host Chad Millman never misses a chance to poke fun at. Referring to them as "culturally speaking, the least relevant divisions in the NFL," together with his co-host Simon Hunter they preview all eight teams top to bottom from a betting perspective. The Tennessee Titans have long punched about their weight class, but can it continue? Will the Saints prove feisty this season? And is Tampa destined to return to the Super Bowl with Tom Brady? All this and plenty more, plus a dramatic reading about Dubuque's most famous dog groomer. #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.