Here is what you saw on Good Day Alabama for June 7, 2013:
JEH JEH LIVE
- A dynamic group of young professionals are raising money tonight to
increase health outcomes for students attending Birmingham City Schools.
The Young Professionals Board of the University of Alabama at
Birmingham Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Center is
going "all in" Friday, June 7 at 7:30 p.m. at their 5th Annual Casino
Royale. This event has become one of the most popular social events in
Birmingham for the young and young-at-heart professionals of all walks
of life - all for the benefit of the Healthy Happy Kids program at
Birmingham City Schools. The annual hors d'oeuvres and cocktail event,
at WorkPlay in Birmingham, is open to the public and tickets are $65
until June 3 and $75 at the door. For tickets visit uab.edu/casinoroyale or call (205) 996-2973. Dress is cocktail attire.
BBJ - Sarah talks with Ryan Poe from the Birmingham Business Journal about local business headlines. They discuss how stem cell research is among the fastest growing fields in the life sciences industry and the Alabama Institute of Medicine hopes to raise money for regenerative medicine; what impact the merger between Memphis based MMA and Colonial Properties Trust will affect Birmingham; and how the number of people working for themselves will rise when the final provisions of the Affordable Care Act go into effect. For more on these and other business stories, visit www.birminghambusinessjournal.com.
GOLFGALS & COCKTAILS - Pro-golfer Kelly Villarreal joined us this morning with some pointers and details on how you can learn more about the game of golf and how women can use it for networking for business or social events! The Golfgals and Cocktails are golf clinics "designed by a woman and for a woman." These golf clinics for women are a great opportunity to unwind from a hard day at the office or from the kids for a day. Learn the basics of golf and afterwards win gifts like spa treatments, botox, and golf equipment! You can join in the clinics at Ross Bridge Resort and Spa on June 13th, June 27th, or July 11th. Clinics will be taught by Ross Bridge Instructor Neil Thompson and Pro-Golfer Kelly Villarreal. The morning Seminar 9:30am-12pm participants will tee off with morning mimosas and breakfast pastries followed by the Golf Clinic from 9:30am-11:30am. You can drop your kids off for free supervision and use of the pool while you golf. At 11:30 at the 19th hole there will be drawings for spa treatments, botox, and golf equipment. The Afternoon Seminar runs from 4:30pm-7pm and participants will tee with a cocktail in hand. The golf clinic is from 4:30pm-6:30 pm. At 6:30 at the 19th hole there will be light hors d'oeuvres and drawings for spa treatments, botox, and golf equipment. The first clinic focuses on an introduction to golf and the equipment plus a putting a chipping lesson. The second clinic focuses on bunker and wedges and the third clinic focuses on the full swing. Clubs will be availble to borrow or purchase. For more information, visit www.rtjgolf.com/academy/groups. For more details about Kelly visit www.kellyvillarreal.com.
PROTECTING YOUR SMART PHONE - David Anderson from ProtectYourBubble.com joined us to show us how to protect our smart phones. Protect Your Bubble is a company that insures smartphones. He discussed which phones are more breakable, how people lose phones the most common instances, and the most common ways consumers break phones- for example drop in the toilet. David even demonstrated the dunk test using a fish tank to show us how quickly a phone shuts down once it hits water.
ZOO CREW - Kelly
Wall joins us from the Birmingham Zoo to introduce Mickey to some
ferrets. To learn more information about the animal or visit the zoo, go
CAPE GUY - Danny Ray met James Brown at the Apollo Theatre in New York in 1960. Originally from Birmingham, Ray was drafted into the military and, after being discharged, he moved to New York. Ray said he always knew he wanted to work in show business, so he decided to hang out where the action was. He met some people who worked for Brown, and Brown hired him to take care of the band. Soon afterward, Brown asked Ray if he'd like to work directly for him. Ray was Brown's valet, selected his wardrobe and helped him get dressed for shows.
Next week on Good Day Alabama…. Father's day is just a week away - do you have a gift yet for dad? We look at even more Father's Day gift ideas next week - everything from your youngest kids to high end expensive gifts! What are the safest new cars out there? We check out the ones that top the list - including one that lets you put limits for your new teenage driver - from speed to radio volume control and more! Award winning Christian music group Building 429 joins us in the studio with a special live performance! Jeh Jeh joins us with Exercise Monday and he takes us to the grocery store to learn how to shop for heart healthy foods! He also checks out the first Art on the Rocks of the year! Our experts join us to take your questions about your health and your garden plus our vet specialist joins us with advice for your pets! Plus Dr. Asa Andrew and Dr. Beth Kitchin joins us with advice for your health, too! In "Our House" we help you weather proof your home to keep the cool in and the heat out! From windows to doors to your attic - we make sure you're airtight and cutting down on your energy costs! Birmingham's Bargain Mom also joins us with some great deals and Stewart Welch has financial advice in Money Tuesday! And we get the scoop out of Hollywood in this week's Best in Buzz with our Gossip Mom. Join us for all of this and much more next week on Good Day Alabama!