JEH JEH LIVE - Jeh Jeh worked out on this Exercise Monday! He joined us with Curtis Starks at EVO Be Fit. It is located at 2006 2nd Avenue North. Evo is a boot camp-style workout center with its own personal training program tailored to your goals while sharing the attention of your trainer with a few other clients. Curtis and his team work closely with each client to create an optimum workout based on your age, ability, physical condition and lifestyle. Today Curtis discussed five Kettlebell exercises for beginners.
For more information, call 205-583-3000 log on to evobefit.com.
RACHEL CRUZE - TEACHING KIDS ABOUT MONEY - Rachel Cruze, Best-selling author and speaker for Ramsey Solutions, discussed four things to teach kids about money.
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FINEBAUM ON FOOTBALL - Janice talked with Paul Finebaum about big wins for both Alabama and Auburn this weekend. They discussed Alabama's huge win over Georgia. Auburn beat San Jose State for a nice pick-me-up this weekend. Four top teams struggled in their games this weekend. Alabama moved up in the polls. Florida beat Ole Miss and moved up in the polls as well. Auburn enjoys a week off this coming weekend while Alabama takes on Arkansas for Homecoming. Arkansas picked up a win over Tennessee this weekend.
SEWELL ON DMV - Congresswoman Terri Sewell denounced the decision by Alabama officials to close 31 driving license offices across the state, which disproportionally impacts residents in the 7th Congressional District. She says: "The voices of our most vulnerable citizens have been further silenced by the decision to close 31 driver's license offices across Alabama. Under Alabama's voter ID law, only a handful of photo identification can be used at polling places, and the state-issued driver's license is the most popular form of identification presented. To limit access to obtaining a driver's license -- while insisting on a photo ID to vote -- is an unconscionable and overt barrier to voting.Twenty-nine counties in Alabama will have no driver's license offices, of which 15 of those counties are located in the rural parts of the Black Belt. This fact means many of my constituents who have limited modes of transportation will be denied an equal opportunity to obtain a means to vote. To restrict the ability of any Alabamian to vote is an assault on the rights of all Alabamians to equally participate in the electoral process."
PICKING A COLLEGE & MAJOR - Sarah talked with Anthony ONeal, Youth and Money Expert with Ramsey Solutions. They discuss how to pick the right college and choose a major that sticks. He says:
MOMMY MINUTE - It's October and you're child has been in school almost two months so he or she is probably bringing home a lot of germs. Dr. Drew Wright at Greenvale Pediatrics says some of the most common illnesses they're seeing right now are the viral, upper respiratory infections or the common cold, we also see plenty of pink eye and hand foot and mouth disease. He says for the common cold you can treat that with over the counter medications. He says watch your child for a few days and if their symptoms continue to get worse, then take them to the doctor. Also he says now is the time to get a flu shot.
ASK THE GARDENER - Alabama Cooperative Extension Agent Sallie Lee took questions from viewers about their gardening needs. You can reach her at the Extension office with your questions at (205) 879-6964 ext 11.
Tomorrow on Good Day Alabama, we fill you in on how you can get some free financial help in Money Tuesday! We check out new books for you to read this fall! Jeh Jeh takes part in a walking school bus to get kids to school! Plus we check out the latest entertainment news and check in with our nutritionist for the latest health news! Join us for this and much more tomorrow on Good Day Alabama!
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