Tanya White, Speed Art Museum and "They Say I'm Still Not a Man"
National Wheelchair Basketball Association, Shirley's Way and Kentucky Job Corps
Rooibee Red Tea, "Drinking From A Bitter Cup" and the 2014 Survivor Parade
Robert Wagner, Thoroughly Modern American Musical Melodies, Run With Our Heroes and The King's Garden Fête
Renaissance Academy, Prudential Spirit of Community State Honorees and Distinguished Finalists, MS Walk and Dave Barry
Dress in Blue Day, "Sweet Pea & Sugar Tea's Country Family Adventures" and National Pancake Day
Pink Ribbon Program and the Peace Education Program
Henry Winkler, Central High School Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame Program and World Hunger Relief
Black Friday Band and Mint Julep Tours
The Invention of Wings, the KentuckyShow!, JackKnife Café and Cellar Door Chocolates
Dancing with the Prospect Stars and the Taste of Prospect
The Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana and Tracy Blue, Publisher, The Voice-Tribune.
The Governors' School for the Arts and St. Joseph Children's Home
The Paralympics, The Shamrock Pet Foundation and Reagan & Madison Roy
The American Cancer Society, Bently the therapy dog and Dr. Ron Lehocky
The American Lung Association, the Louisville Tea Company and the Jamberly Group, Inc.
Angela Hepner from Norton Commons and Jack Crowner
Haiti and the ongoing efforts still going on there. David Meltzer with the Red Cross talks from Pétion-Ville, Haiti. He discussed their efforts and their need for help. Viewers can go to www.redcross.org/haiti
Beth Northup, Communications Director/YWC; Cathe Dykstra, CEO/Family Scholar House; Elizabeth Scott, Empowered by/Family Scholar House were the guests discussing the Family Scholar House and the Charity
Healthy Diets and Exercise (The Heuser Clinic), Pitt Academy Cheerleaders
MicroEnterprise Development Program: Spark, Preventing RSV in Preemies
MicroEnterprise Development Program: Ignite, Miss Coupon Diva
Denise Taylor, America's Cheapest Family and Coach Mo-tivation