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RDTV February 28th 2016 Inspiring Stories of Survival

This is a show about the hard things in life. It’s not a sad show in fact I think you will find something, like I have, in each of the stories that may actually inspire you to live more fully. We’ll also tell you about a great fundraiser coming up in March with some toasting…

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Look Me In The Eye Promotion 8/6/15

This is our latest project that airs throughout the month of September on local television including Rick Dancer TV. Look Me in The Eye is a campaign designed to bring awareness to those in our community who have different/special abilities. And if you practice this with everyone you see on the street all of the…

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Sprout Film Festival

https://vimeo.com/122650454 If you are one of those people who believe a film opens doors and minds I’ve got something to tell you about that I’m really excited to see.   You know how much I love working in the community with people who experience different abilities (disabilities). Now, thanks to Full Access, you can experience…

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I Witnessed Real Magic Today: Look Me In The Eye

  I’m not much of a believer in magic at least I wasn’t until today. South Eugene High School invited the Look Me In The Eye program to be part of a “Day of Respect” celebration on campus. We brought a couple of friends along who experience different disabilities. But the real magic happened when…

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Behind the Scenes: She Touches My Soul

  Someone told me the reason they think people follow Rick Dancer Television. I was doing an interview and she said all these kind words but here’s what really stuck out. She said you don’t try to make someone believe what you believe or even think how you think you just put life out there…

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Behind The Scenes: Love Not Doing That Anymore.

  This Sunday a project we’ve worked on for four years finally premiers in Portland. We started the Senator Mark Hatfield Documentary not realizing how difficult doing something like this really is. We had to not only produce a 90-minute documentary we had to raise most of the money to pay for it. I’m not…

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RDTV: CrossRoads: Survivors Jan 2014

Few people choose to be survivors. To arrive at that state means you had to go through tough times. We are all glad to be survivors and wouldn’t give up our journey for anything. But still, the thought of being a survivor is much better than the reality of training it takes to get there.…

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Special Olympics Grants Pass 2013

Kathy and I got to go to Special Olympics over the weekend. We were in Grants Pass to watch her Brother Chip Diehm Compete. We saw lots of friends including Vicki, Mary, and Jonathan Allen. What I love about Special Olympics and the athletes is how hard they compete and how much they smile when…

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Change is in the Wind. Look Me In The Eye

I don’t know whether you heard it or not, it was an aftershock following an assembly Nick Kaasa and I did at Spring Creek Elementary school in Eugene this morning. You would have felt it about 10am Pacific Time. We were at Spring Creek speaking on behalf of the Look Me In The Eye campaign.…

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