The Current: Flood Insurance Rates Skyrocket, Girl Scouts, Health Education for Kids, Dancing With The Stars

First half-hour:

The Current from Sept 29 - First Half

Second half-hour:

The Current from Sept 29 - Second Half

Did you miss this past weekend’s edition (September 29th) of CBS Tampa Bay’s The Current? No problem! Click the audio players above to catch the first and second half-hour programs featuring:

Kristin Whitaker, Jennifer Medeiros and Cadette Natalie Brown with Girl Scouts of West Central Florida about their upcoming National Recruitment Week, September 30-October 6;

Karen Pesce Buckenheimer of More Health Inc. and Terry Buckenheimer of the Florida Dental Association on More Health’s health education lesson for Hillsborough County children and dental/oral hygiene tips;

Flood insurance expert panel including Tony Paredes of Integrity Financial Services, Ken Kijowski and Kim Xayasone of Northeast Underwriters and Marcus Martin of RE/MAX Metro on the Biggert-Waters Act and how Tampa Bay homeowners will be massively affected by flood insurance rate hikes starting October 1;

Hands Across The Bay founder Julie Weintraub about their upcoming Dancing With The Stars annual fundraiser on October 5

Flood insurance rates are set to skyrocket October 1st without Congressional action, with Pinellas County the hardest-hit area in the nation (photo credit: Will Hobson/Tampa Bay Times)

Flood insurance rates are set to skyrocket October 1st without Congressional action, with Pinellas County the hardest-hit area in the nation (photo credit: Will Hobson/Tampa Bay Times)

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