The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Wednesday, August 5th at 3 PM central time and will feature volunteer firefighter Blake Mathis. The Monrovia Vol. Fire-Rescue Captain will join Morris to discuss the role of volunteer fire departments in protecting our communities.
The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Wednesday, July 1st at 3:30 PM central time and will feature basketball player Trey Moses. The NCAA Inspiration Award winner will join Morris to discuss Trey’s playing career and Instagram Live Show: 24 Reasons presents, The Mental Wealth Series.
Raised in Louisville, Kentucky, Trey attended Ball State University to play basketball and study after graduating high school. He lost his best friend and teammate, Zach Hollywood, who took his life right at the start of his junior year.
The loss of his friend, coupled with a personal history with depression, took a toll on Trey’s own mental health. After seeking care from a group of mental health professionals at school, family, teammates, a minister, and coach, Trey was able to find strength and get to a better place.
Now he’s using his platform to spread hope. Trey has traveled the world, sharing Zach Hollywood’s story, and using his personal struggle to help others battling depression and mental health struggles. He was recently awarded the 2020 NCAA Inspiration Award, and dedicated his last two college basketball seasons to his friend, Zach.
In this episode, Trey will share his passion for mental wellness, making a positive impact, and what he hopes to accomplish with 24 Reasons presents, The Mental Wealth Series.
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Many Rocket City citizens were pleasantly surprised to see the headline last week that rock and roll legend Little Richard will be buried at Oakwood University’s Oakwood Memorial Gardens. Little Richard, who was born Richard Penniman, attended Oakwood University in the 1950s. Although Little Richard sold the publishing rights to his music decades ago, his estate is rumored to be up to $40 million.
The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Wednesday, March 29th at 3:00 PM central time and will feature Steven Lefkoff, an Atlanta-area attorney who hosts the Lawyers with Lives podcast. Morris and Steven will be discussing Steven’s legal practice, his podcast, and how he balances his practice with his role as a husband and father.
Seeking medical care after an accident is vital to making a full recovery. If you have been injured, you want to get care as soon as possible so you can start the recovery process. The best way to achieve this is to have your injuries documented and diagnosed. Tell your doctor and nurse about all of the symptoms you are experiencing after the accident. The sooner you are diagnosed the better likelihood you have to make a full recovery.
On March 26, 2020, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed an executive order allowing attorneys who are Notaries as well as Notaries working under the supervision of an attorney to use videoconferencing technologies to perform notarial acts during the coronavirus pandemic.
This law provides Alabama attorneys who are Notaries and Notaries who work under the supervision of an Alabama attorney to notarize signatures through videoconferencing systems, such as WebEx and Zoom, and confirm the signatures of witnesses who participate virtually through the videoconference as though they were physically present at the signing. This law also provides that any person who serves as a witness to a document through videoconference may be considered an “in person” witness, provided that the presence and identity of said witness is validated by the Notary at the time of the singing by the same identification standards required by law. The date and time of the notarization shall be the date and time in which the Notary witnesses the signature via the videoconference, and requires that all documentation be returned to the Notary for certification and execution.