Author Archives: Mollie Watson

Q To Do: July 20-22

July 20-22 ALL WEEKEND LONG: Schutzenfest – All weekend long at Kolping Center in Springfield Township. America’s longest running German festival, since 1866. Includes authentic German food, beer, wine, bands and entertainment. St. Cecilia Family Friendly Festival Oakley – On Madison Road in Oakley. Live music, petting zoo, bingo, flea market, food and beer with ID. Fried chicken dinner Sunday. Immaculate Heart ... Read More »

Give Back Tuesday: Cincinnati Zoo 7/17

Did you know the Cincinnati Zoo is the GREENEST ZOO in America?! All thanks to their amazing, hard-working staff, and of course, the “Green Queen”, Fia! Fia was my guest today on the show and she taught us all about the importance of taking care of the environment and ways to conserve energy and water! The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical ... Read More »

Give Back Tuesday: Rob’s Kids 7/10

Today’s Give Back Tuesday segment was very touching, fun and eye-opening. I was blown away by the strength these women possess. Emma, Stephanie and Jordan were kind enough to come in and share their stories and talk about their nonprofit, Rob’s Kids. Rob’s Kids is an organization that is committed to making a difference in the lives of children who ... Read More »

Give Back Tuesday: Ken Anderson Alliance 7/3

Today on the show I was joined by Mark Olson, the Executive Director of Ken Anderson Alliance! KAA is a nonprofit organization that focuses on creating “live, work, play” opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities. Give Independence Day is this Thursday and we are SO excited! Q102 is teaming up with Ken Anderson Alliance along with The Children’s Home of Cincinnati, ... Read More »

Give Back Tuesday: Angelman Syndrome Foundation 6/26

Ohh boy… Lots of goosebumps during the show today! I am constantly blown away by the amazing things happening in our community 🙂 Today I was joined by Penny Jusko from the Angelman Syndrome Foundation! So, what is Angelman Syndrome? It’s a genetic disorder causing developmental disabilities and nerve-related symptoms. AS usually isn’t detected until developmental delays become noticeable, usually when ... Read More »

Our Twiga Overnight Adventure at the Cincinnati Zoo!

Mollie & Natalie’s  Twiga Overnight Adventure at the Cincinnati Zoo! All we can say is…… “WOW!“ This was one of the coolest things we have ever done! Lets start from the beginning….. When we first arrived we were greeted by the AMAZING zoo staff at the front doors. From there we were lead to the Twiga Campsite to check out ... Read More »

Give Back Tuesday: Putting for Parkinson’s 6/19

What an awesome afternoon with Scott and Joy Layman, the founders of Putting for Parkinson’s! Scott was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2009 at age 43. It started with shaky hands, being off balance and impaired speech. After learning about his diagnoses Scott decided to combine his love for golf with the opportunity to support Parkinson’s research. Putting for Parkinson’s is an ... Read More »