Sound for Scoliosis Founder and Coordinator to Speak “Live” on Sundays Show Oct 31st 2010 on Cloud Nine Talk



Sounds for Scoliosis Founder Lucia Peregrim joins BlogTalkRadio host C9 Mike on “Cloud Nine Talk” October 31st, 2010, at 12 p.m. Eastern


Noted community speaker Lucia Peregrim has brought a cause and orginization together to help children and adults in need of assistance due to Scoliosis.


Scranton, PA — October 31st, 2010 — Founder and Coordinator of Sounds for Scoliosis Lucia Peregrim will appear on BlogTalkRadio’s show “Cloud Nine Talk” ( with host C9 Mike on Sunday, October 31st, 2010, at 12 p.m. Eastern. The exclusive interview will highlight the Founder and Coordinator Lucia Peregrim of Sounds For Scoliosis. Callers are welcome to join the conversation during the show by calling 858) 357-8433. The live, Internet talk-radio show will stream from the host page at “This exclusive interview with Lucia Peregrim is a must-listen for anyone interested in helping a good cause, and supporting your local community.” said Mike, host of the program. “Her successful cause and business enlightened many people throughout the community. We hope to answer some of her fans’ biggest questions.”

An archive will be available at the same link immediately following the show or listeners can subscribe to the archives via the RSS feed located on the host page. Read more about the host and the discussion on Mike’s blog at

Trick-Or-Treat Hey You’re Not A Kid!!

Have you ever looked out your peephole and felt scared of a trick-or-treater? You’re not alone. Mayor Mark Eckhert of Belleville, Ill., says he’s heard a ton of complaints from frightened single mothers and senior citizens who are less than happy about the  “6-foot-tall kids” that ring their doorbells on Halloween. His solution: To create an ordinance banning high-school teenagers—that is, anyone over the age of 12—from trick-or-treating. 

 “When I was a kid my father said to me, ‘You’re too damn big to be going trick-or-treating. You’re done,’” Eckhert told ABC News. “When that doesn’t happen, then that’s reason for the city governments to intervene.”

via Shine