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Thursday Early Blend
Thursday July 2nd, 2015 with Tony Copple
First Place Options

Terri Mazik, Marlene Caicco and Lisa Fabian, who run First Place Options (First Place Maternal Health Options Inc.)
In today's edition of I am Alive, we hear from First Place Options, an Ottawa Maternal Health centre, focussed on providing women who find themselves pregnant when this was far from intentional, and therefore they have major decisions to face. First Place Options will walk with them on this journey, and ensure they have all the necessary information before deciding their future.
Anyone else but you
Michael Cera and Ellen Page - 'Juno' soundtrack Canadian
Life is beautiful
The Afters - 'October Baby' soundtrack
Ocean Floor
Gainna Jessen - 'October Baby' soundtrack
First time mother at 44
Kathy Copple - via Skype from New Mexico
Interactive CKCU
Shelley Ann Morris
Hi Tony, Listening in from home today. CKCU is truly a voice for the community, sharing very important information for those who may need it. This show is jam-packed with information about a very important subject.

7:48 AM, July 2nd, 2015
Tony Copple (host)
Thank you Shelley Ann. This is the most important program I have ever presented on CKCU. People need to hear this. My conclusions come at the very end. First Place were super-cooperative and eloquent in their passion.

12:24 PM, July 2nd, 2015
COMMUNITY EVENT: GARDEN PARTY and Bake Sale - for the Wakefield Memorial Hospital (Des Collines Health Foundation). Saturday, July 18, 2015 - 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Les Trois Erables, 801 Ch. Riverside, Wakefield. Parking at Ski Vorlage - Shuttle Bus Service. Donations of home baking for bake sale or squares, cookies, tarts for tea serving would be greatly appreciated. Hope to see you. For Info: (819)827-0138.

5:45 PM, July 7th, 2015
Liz Bell
Hi Tony, I was very impressed by the interview with the ladies from First Place Option. Although I do know of First Place, and I know their services are vitally important, I didn't know the depth of their services. Many men & women may think this service would not apply to them, but thought should be given to the fact that their children, nieces, nephews and/or grandchildren may require this type service to help in their decision making at some point in their life. Hats off to you, CKCU and Terri, Marlene & Lisa for putting out a superb informative, vital message.

6:48 PM, July 7th, 2015