In this episode we speak with Jamie Rogers, Manager of the Homeless & Housing Development Department of the Medicine Hat Community Housing Society. We talk about the systemic causes of homelessness in Canada, housing policies, and her motivations.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/postal-code-chronicles/support
The Divine Treasury: A Star Trek Collectibles Podcast 001 - The Jamie Rogers Collection
Trek Geeks Podcast Network
Is collecting an obsession? In our premiere episode, we dive deep into the collection of co-host, Jamie Rogers. A collection that besides Star Trek, includes Sports, Music, Movies, and Television Memorabilia. We will see what goes into building his Star Trek Collection and the lengths he will go to acquire an item. If you would like to be featured on The Divine Treasury, reach out to us on: Twitter: @divine_treasury Instagram: @divine_treasury You can also find video of the collections of our guests and reveals of our new items by subscribing to the Trek Geeks Podcast Network on YouTube.
001 - The Petrifying Pilot! All Things Scary Movies & More: with JAMIE ROGERS
SequelTalk with Mitch & Friends
WELCOME TO THE FIRST EPISODE OF SEQUELTALK!!!Thank you all so much for tuning in, and if you enjoy be sure to subscribe and rate the pod or else... Muhahaha.HAPPY HALLOWEEN HOMIES!On today's episode I sit back in spookytown with my buddy ol' pal Jamie Rogers. If you know me or my work you most likely know Jamie. He's the PB to my J. The tide pod to my toddler. The ghost to my ghoul. Today I let him educate me on all things horror because I knew he would enjoy it so very much. We talked about Screamy Scream, Halloween, Dexter, and even more stuff and things! Enjoy everybody!
Episode 473: Reinventing the Bucket Route with Jamie Rogers of Missoula-based Killing Frost Farm
SLOW FLOWERS with Debra Prinzing
The conversation I recorded recently with today’s featured guest began much earlier this year. I learned so much from flower farmer Jamie Rogers, one half of Killing Frost Farm, while pulling together a segment of a lecture about flower farm diversification. And much of what Jamie and I discussed when I called him back in […] The post Episode 473: Reinventing the Bucket Route with Jamie Rogers of Missoula-based Killing Frost Farm appeared first on Debra Prinzing.
BCM Highlight – Jamie Rogers – Columbia Metro Connection – Episode #026
One Priority Podcast
SUBSCRIBE: iTunes| RSS | Stitcher | TuneIn Radio | Google Play The Columbia Metro Connection is sponsored and supported by the Columbia Metro Baptist Association and the almost 100 family churches that support the ministry of the CMBA. Hosts for this week’s episode are George Bullard, the Executive Director of the Columbia Metro Baptist Association. I’m Chris Reinolds, Certified Church Consultant & Lead Pastor a Killian Baptist Church. In today’s podcast, we’ll hear from Jamie Rogers as he gives some practical steps to a room full of pastors about how the church can get involved in the lives of students. One major emphasis in his talk is on how we, the church, can reach the next group of international leaders by simply taking one night a month and having an international student in our home. Let’s listen in as Jamie shares his passion with us.
8. Civic Engagement with Carlina Rivera and Jamie Rogers
This episode features Carlina Rivera, candidate for City Council, and Jamie Rogers, owner of Pushcart Coffee and chair of Community Board 3. With the host, Risa Shoup, the three of them focus on Civic Engagement and Organizing in Lower East Side. While we’re living together and working together, we have to make the time to support each other. Carlina speaks on the advice that the women in her life have given her: Be strong and to take care of yourself and to remember that taking care of others is important to your heart and to your spirit.Website: www.carlinarivera.nycFacebook: www.facebook.com/CarlinaforCouncilTwitter: www.twitter.com/CarlinaRiveraInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/carlinalrivera Associate Producers: Risa Shoup and Denise Shu MeiAudio Engineer: Timothy McAleer