DEARBORN – The newest edition of the program “Meet Your Council” is now airing on CDTV, the city’s government cable television channel.
CDTV is on channels 12 on Comcast and on Channel 10 on WOW!
“Meet Your Council” airs at 9 a.m. and 1, 5 and 9 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 6 and 10 a.m., and 2, 6 and 10 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday; 7 and 11 a.m., and 3, 7 and 11 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Many CDTV programs, including this one, also can be viewed online anytime at www.cityofdearborn.org.
The new edition of the show features:
• Council President Tom Tafelski talks about the 2010 Census. Details come from co-founder and president of the Piast Institute, Thaddeus C. Radzilowski.
• Councilwoman Suzanne Sareini highlights the Right to Thrive: Mothers and Infants Summit. Hosted by Child’s Hope, the event was held at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Her guests include: Rachel Reading – program manager, IMPACT; Elaine Koons – community liaison Great Start Collaborative Wayne; and Tahira Khalid – clinical therapist, Healthy Start.
• Councilman George Darany follows Operation Dough-Nation. The story of Panera Bread’s give-back to the community is told through the eyes of: Mark Sliwa – general manager, Panera Bread Dearborn; Roxanne McDonald – First Baptist Church food donation volunteer; and representatives from the city’s Senior Services.
• Councilman Mark Shooshanian visits Salon West. Proprietor Christine Marroquin elaborates on her services and wellness concept.
• Councilman Robert Abraham tours the Elmobility Room. Sesame Street, the American Legion and Michigan Military Moms came together to create a safe and fun place of retreat for youngsters of military families. Featured on the segment are Gary Tanner – Reconnect Committee chairman/The American Legion Department of Michigan and Maureen VanHooser – adjutant of the Michigan Military Moms.
• Councilman Brian O’Donnell talk about one of Dearborn’s newest businesses, Deli On the Avenue. Owner Vicki Barndollar and employee Heather VanOast provide details.
• Councilwoman Nancy Hubbard rounds out the program with a stop at the award-winning Metro Home Health Care. CEO Agustin V. Arbulu offers information for those considering this necessary and popular health option.