CAPODANNO HIGH SCHOOL – MICHAEL ERWIN
SAFE & SOUND – DOUGLAS TUXBERRY
VINTAGE & RESTORATION AUTO – RICK MIRABITO
MOORE COUNTY RESIDENTS/STUDENTS – EMMA GENTRY LANDRY & CAROLINE LANDRY
Our guest topics might vary, but this kickoff show for 2019 has a common thread of Passion & Purpose with each of our guests, as difference makers in our Moore County community.
Mike Irwin is the head of Capodanno High School; a new Catholic High School in Moore County. CELEBRATE COURAGE is the name of their upcoming fundraiser on Friday, Feb. 1st. 6 p.m. at The Fair Barn. It honors the 95th birthday of Father Capodanno in conjunction with the rise of a new Catholic High School in his name.
The hallmark of this “servant leader” education will be on full display at their Feb. 1st fundraiser. The exciting changes and the anticipated growth of The Four Pillars of a Father Capodanno High School Education, give wonderful options to Moore County residents and their children that hadn’t existed prior to 2017.
SAFE & SOUND will be a new segment on upcoming editions of All Things Moore County and will be hosted by Doug Tuxberry. Doug’s background and experience in the safety and security field for 34 years, including 22 years of service in the United States Secret Service Uniformed Division and experience with the Drug Enforcement Administration, is brought to our listener’s attentions in the form of tips, information and “ah ha” moments in the area of Home Security, Emergency Planning, Car Safety, Identity Theft, Internet Crime, Local Crime and Community Watch.
Rick Mirabito owns Vintage & Modern European Services in Aberdeen and has taken a boyhood dream to its best expression with his passion for automobiles since his boyhood days in Massachusetts. Today, Rick is a Pinehurst resident whose spotless and organic business & business model allow him to service all types of German Vehicles including Porsche, BMW, Mercedes, Audi & Volkswagen. His straightforward approach and passion for what he does, and how he does it, is a welcome breath of fresh air in this day and age of the franchise culture that bigger is better.
Emma Gentry Landry and Caroline Landry represent the very best of our student population with their disciplined focus, joy, faith and family values. At 18 and 16 respectively, these articulate, intelligent and beautiful young ladies set a bar of excellence that is undeniable and easy to admire. As athletes, as students, as weekly spokespersons for their grandfather’s law firm, The Thigpen & Jenkins Inspirational Thought for the Week, and as young adults who will become difference makers, Emma Gentry and Caroline serve as an inspiration to many and role models for those younger students and family members coming up behind them.