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For many, owning a home is a stepping stone to financial well-being. Nicole Knuckles, Regional Diverse Segments Manager with Wells Fargo, is hosting a Seminar July 11th to help you. She stopped by the KMOJ Morning Show to make you aware of this event taking place in St. Paul this weekend.
The Homeownership Opportunities Fair runs from 10am to 3pm this Saturday at the Wilder Foundation Center, 451 Lexington Parkway North, St. Paul, MN 55104. Call 612-272-5324 for more details.
If you’re considering buying your first home, or you want to purchase again and you want to understand your options, this event is for you.
A panel of experts will be there to answer your questions. You can also network with local professionals; gain information on down payment assistance programs and get help with down payments and closing costs.
You can also get pre-qualified for a home loan by meeting with mortgage consultants who can help you.
See you there.
On the Morning show, these fine people stopped in to share information to help Entrepreneurs in their business endeavors.
Daniel Bonilla, City of Minneapolis Senior Project Coordinator
Marcus Owens, NEON, Executive Director
If you’re interested, please call 311 or 612.673.5232 for Daniel Bonilla.
Here is the website link with all the providers: www.minneapolismn.gov/business/B-TAP
- Through B-TAP, the City contracts with local non-profit organizations focused on entrepreneur training and economic development to provide direct services to new and existing businesses.
- Currently, we have 16 many providers. NEON is one of those providers.
- Each provider is different that they might focus on a geographic area or offer specific cultural or language services.
- Entrepreneurs interested in starting a business in Minneapolis and
- Small- and medium-sized businesses located in Minneapolis
TAP provides services in 3 key areas including:
- New Business Assistance
- Business Expansion
- General Business Assistance (or maintaining existing businesses)
New Business Assistance provides entrepreneurs help writing their business plan, reviewing leases, and connecting to financial resources.
NEON provides these services on behalf of the City
- There are providers located all over the City and we have providers that specialize in certain things such as helping you get certified as a woman or minority-owned disadvantaged business. This is important as with this certification you can be eligible for certain contracts with the government.
- The entire provider list is available on the City website at www.minneapolismn.gov/cped-B-TAP or you can call 311 anytime and ask about the B-TAP program
We think all the time, and some of the finest thoughts we have are those that have the potential of positively impacting our lives. The key to winning is to taking time to listen to what we hear in our innermost reflections and then acting on those ideas that move us forward.
By habit, many people tend to focus on what they don’t want in their lives rather than what they’d like to see. What do you want? What do you want to be? What do you want to become? Concentrate and then act on those ideas.
We’re naturally goal seeking people and our positive thoughts and ideas set us up for greatness. The key to winning is staying on course and shutting off the internal negative thoughts that threaten to hold us back.
Don’t allow your own defeatist introspections and outside influences push you around. Take charge of your brain power by filling your mind with ideas and thoughts that move you closer to your goals and dreams.
Consider adding the following simple idea. “I’m grateful for my ideas that help make my dreams, goals and ambitions come true.”
I wanted to get some information to you about an exciting new Home Ownership program. Very briefly, here are the details you need to know. The Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation’s Housing Resource Center has the details.
There are offices located at 2148 44th Ave North in Minneapolis; Call 612 588-3033 or in South at 3749 Cedar Ave. South, Minneapolis; Call 612-722-7141.
You Can also find more information online at
Thanks for listening to my shows; New Beginnings; The Freddie Bell Radio Show and The Morning Show on KMOJ.
Washington County Sheriff’s Office is a participant in the national program called LO/JACK. The technology now protects and rescues individuals who wander from their caregiver. The task of searching for wandering or lost individuals with cognitive disorders including AUTISM, ALZHEIMER’S or other medical conditions is a growing and serious responsibility for the caregivers and the Sheriff’s Office. Without the help of an effective tracking system, searches can involve multiple agencies, hundreds of officers, countless hours and thousands of dollars. More important, because time is of the essence, every minute lost increases the risk of a tragic outcome. That is why the Washington County Sheriff’s Office now offers an effective solution for finding and rescuing those who wander from their caregiver.
If you would like more information about this program, please visit the Lo/Jack website
Here is a link to the full article CJ, from the Star Tribune, wrote a few weeks ago. http://www.startribune.com/entertainment/celebrities/278906001.html I hope you find it interesting even though most of you know the story. After reading it, I couldn’t help but think, I wish more had been said about my work as a Motivational/Inspirational Speaker. I firmly believe in the Power of Focus and how it change lives. Its a message I love sharing with audiences across America. Maybe you’ll invite me to speak at your company’s next event.
NEW YORK (AP) — Apple says it sold more than 10 million iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models, a record for a new model, in the three days after the phones went on sale.
A year ago, Apple Inc. said it had sold 9 million of the then-new iPhone 5C and 5S models.
The iPhone is available in the U.S., Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Puerto Rico, Singapore and the U.K. It will go on sale in 20 more countries on Sept. 26 and others by the end of the year.
CEO Tim Cook says demand for the phones has exceeded the company’s expectations. Besides larger screens, the new phones offer faster performance and a wireless chip for making credit card payments. The phones start at $199 with a two-year service contact.
The Minnesota Vikings are standing behind Adrian Peterson.
The team announced Monday that its star halfback will fully participate in meetings and practice this week and is expected to play Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.
The Vikings had deactivated Peterson, 29, for their game against the New England Patriots yesterday, one day after the 2012 NFL MVP answered a warrant in Texas for his arrest on a charge of causing injury to his son by disciplining him with a tree branch.
“Today’s decision was made after significant thought, discussion and consideration,” owners Zygi Wilf and Mrak Wilf said in a joint statement issued by the team.
“As evidenced by our decision to deactivate Adrian from yesterday’s game, this is clearly a very important issue. On Friday, we felt it was in the best interests of the organization to step back, evaluate the situation, and not rush to judgment given the seriousness of this matter. At that time, we made the decision that we felt was best for the Vikings and all parties involved.
“To be clear, we take very seriously any matter that involves the welfare of a child. At this time, however, we believe this is a matter of due process and we should allow the legal system to proceed so we can come to the most effective conclusions and then determine the appropriate course of action. This is a difficult path to navigate, and our focus is on doing the right thing. Currently we believe we are at a juncture where the most appropriate next step is to allow the judicial process to move forward.
“We will continue to monitor the situation closely and support Adrian’s fulfillment of his legal responsibilities throughout this process.”
An Arkansas woman whose mug shot shows her in heavy aqua and maroon eye shadow is accused of shoplifting $144 in makeup.
Police in Fayetteville, Arkansas, arrested 31-year-old Brandy Allen, accusing her of stuffing handfuls of eye shadow into her purse Monday.
Officers said that, after being confronted, Allen went on a profanity-laced tirade and tried to damage makeup as she pulled it out of her purse so the items would appear used.
The Washington County jail said Wednesday that Allen was released on $830 bond on charges of shoplifting and disorderly conduct. Jailers did not have a record of whether Allen had a lawyer. A telephone number could not be found for the woman in Fayetteville.
Alfonso Ribiero is joining the cast of Dancing With the Stars for its new season 19. GMA will make the announcement tomorrow. We’ve got the story on the morning show. He played Carlton on the Fresh Prince of Belaire.