The Current: Millie Herrera of U.S. Labor Dept, Working Women of Tampa Bay, Blessings in a Backpack, OneBlood Blood Drives

The Current from Sept 1

Did you miss this past weekend’s edition (September 1st) of CBS Tampa Bay’s The Current? No problem! Click the audio player above to catch the whole episode featuring:

Millie Herrera, former Southeast Regional Representative at the U.S. Department of Labor, to kick off our new series on labor and workers’ issues;

Jessica Rivelli and former Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio of Working Women of Tampa Bay on their upcoming state conference in St. Petersburg;

Misann Ellmaker, spokeswoman for Hungry Howie’s Pizza, on the Blessings in a Backpack program which will feed low-income Tampa Bay schoolchildren for three years;

Dan “the Blood Man” Eberts of OneBlood on the importance of giving blood and special Labor Day weekend blood drives around Tampa Bay

CBS Radio and Hungry Howie's Pizza have partnered to present Blessings in a Backpack which will feed Tampa Bay low-income schoolchildren for three years

CBS Radio and Hungry Howie’s Pizza have partnered to present Blessings in a Backpack which will feed Tampa Bay low-income schoolchildren for three years

The Current airs eight times every weekend on five CBS Radio stations. Don’t forget to send us your comments by Twitter at @TheCurrentCBS, by text at 56022 (you’ll receive a bounceback text confirming we got yours) or by email at franco.ripple@cbsradio.com, and thanks for listening!

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