While you’re preparing the meal this Thanksgiving morning, be sure to tune in to “Glennon Gives Thanks,” a three-hour radio broadcast featuring Dan Buck of the SSM Cardinal Glennon Foundation and Bob Davidson of the SSM Cardinal Glennon Public Relations department.
The program will air live from 6 to 9 a.m. on 97.1 FM Talk.
Can’t get the signal at home? Just go to www.971Talk.com and listen online!
Dan and Bob’s roster of guests will include:
- Mayor Francis Slay, speaking on the generosity that makes St. Louis such a great community
- Cardinal Glennon President Sherlyn Hailstone, on Cardinal Glennon’s gratitude to the community and our plans for growth in serving children
- Football Cardinals Hall of Famer Dan Dierdorf, a longtime Cardinal Glennon supporter and namesake of the hospital’s Level 1 pediatric emergency and trauma center
- Christopher Armstrong, a Cardinal Glennon patient and a great ambassador for our mission
- Anheuser-Busch President Dave Peacock, who heads one of our area’s most philanthropic organizations
- Dr. Bill Keenan, longtime head of the Cardinal Glennon NICU, who will talk about the daily miracles we see here as well as his work worldwide in resuscitation of newborns
- U.S. Senator and longtime Cardinal Glennon friend Kit Bond, who this year will end his fifth and final term in Congress
- Dr. Bob Wilmott, Chief of Pediatrics at Cardinal Glennon, who will touch on the benefits of academic medical centers and the relationship between Cardinal Glennon and Saint Louis University
- Pediatrician Dr. Heidi Sallee on how parents can help rein in their children’s materialism as Christmas approaches
- Fetal Surgeon Dr. Ed Yang, who co-directs the amazing St. Louis Fetal Care Institute that Cardinal Glennon shares with SSM St. Mary’s Health Center
There’s even a chance football hero Kurt Warner will drop in to talk about the Warner’s Corner teen playroom that he and Brenda Warner made possible at Cardinal Glennon.
So join us, and if you’re in the mood to share your thoughts about thankfulness, call the studio line at (314) 969-9797. We’d love to hear from you!