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Tyrone Tony Reed Jr.
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Author of S.O.L.A.D.™:Soldiers of Light Against Darkness™
Author of S.O.L.A.D.™:Soldiers of Light Against Darkness™

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Guess Who Will Be A Guest Panelist at MidSouthCon 35?!!!
MidSouthCon 35 Memphis, Tenn. Tyrone will be in his hometown of Memphis, Tenn. for MidSouthCon 35 as a guest panelist. The first two books of his novel series, S.O.L.A.D.™: Soldiers of Light Against Darkness™, will also be for sale. Tyrone is tentatively sc...

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In Episode 15, I spoke with Barry Cooper, executive director of the Jackson Area Council on Alcoholism (JACOA) and Rebecca Creasy, JACOA's outreach coordinator/office manager about JACOA.

Cooper and Creasy spoke about how the program works, what a client in the program's day-to-day living is like, how the program has changed those clients' lives and how people who want and need to get in the program can contact JACOA.

To learn more about JACOA or to donate, visit www.jacoa.org or call (731)423-3653 or after hours, call (731) 343-1800. You can also send a message to JACOA through their website by going to www.jacoa.org/contact/ or email them at info@jacoa.org.

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In Episode 14 of "Hub City Now with Tyrone Tony Reed Jr.", I spoke with Scott Conger, President & CEO of United Way of West Tennessee and District 5 City Councilman of Jackson, Tennessee.

Instead of directly providing services, the organization focuses on “empowering our communities by partnering with local agencies who are actively meeting the needs of our communities. United Way brings together the best people in each community to determine the most critical needs that require collective - not individual - action,” according to its website.

Conger spoke about how he became involved in being active in his community, what it’s like to be the president and CEO of United Way of West Tennessee, how the organization helps West Tennesseans, and how you can donate and volunteer with the organizations to help those in need.

To learn more about United Way of West Tennessee and to help, visit www.unitedway.tn.org or call 731-422-1816. You can also visit the main office at 1341 North Highland Ave., Jackson, TN 38302.

"Hub City Now with Tyrone Tony Reed Jr." is a talk show that features people who are making a difference in the community, organizations that are helping to uplift others and important, everyday topics.

The radio show version of "Hub City Now" airs Sundays at 6 a.m. on JJ 97.7. (For those not in the area, you can also listen to it online at www.jamminjackson.com).

"Hub City Now with Tyrone Tony Reed Jr." airs Sundays at 7:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. on JEA Cable Channel 192 and Wednesday at 6 p.m. on Bounce TV Jackson. (http://bit.ly/1t1dcYx).

The show is also available after 5 p.m. Sunday on YouTube.

"Hub City Now with Tyrone Tony Reed Jr." is proudly sponsored by Baskerville Funeral Home, RNR Tires Express & Custom Wheels, Stylz Menswear and the City of Brownsville.

If you or someone you know is interested in being a guest on "Hub City Now with Tyrone Tony Reed Jr." or have a topic or topics you would like to see discussed on the show, please send an email to hubcitynowttr@outlook.com or leave a message on the Facebook page of "Hub City Now with Tyrone Tony Reed Jr." at www.facebook.com/hubcitynow1.


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n Episode 13 of "Hub City Now with Tyrone Tony Reed Jr.", I spoke with Daryl Chantsuthus, executive director of Wo/Men's Resource and Rape Assistance Program (WRAP), the only agency in West Tennessee providing services to both sexual and domestic violence survivors. The program coordinates its efforts with those of local law enforcement agencies, attorneys, hospitals, social services agencies, state agencies, and court offices so that it can work together to provide the best services possible to the clients it serves.

Chansuthus spoke with me about Domestic Violence Awareness Month (which is during the month of October), the services that WRAP provides and how people can help the program continue its work in helping domestic violence survivors.

To learn more about WRAP and to help, visit www.wraptn.org or call 731-668-0411. You can also visit WRAP's main office at 512 Roland Avenue, Jackson, TN 38301.

If you are a victim of domestic or sexual violence, you can call WRAP's 24 hour hotline at 1-800-273-8712.​


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