PPR/WPWL 103.7 LP-FM Announces New Saturday Morning Children’s Program


PPR/WPWL 103.7 LP-FM Announces New Saturday Morning

Children’s Program

Pawling, NY – PPR/WPWL 103.7 LP-FM, announced today that Marcy’s World with Dr. Nancy Iankowitz, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, will stream over Facebook during broadcasting

9AM – 10AM in front of a live studio audience, beginning March 18, 2017.

Marcy’s World is a children’s program offering parents and their second and third grade

children an opportunity to enjoy an hour of fun while learning through interactive storytelling;

how to begin important conversations; respect healthy boundaries; and develop skills to resolve

conflicts and disagreements peacefully.

The show will also address needs of parents, offering tips on a wide range of topics including how to self-heal aches and pains; make mealtime safe, healthful and delicious for the family; and how to establish balance of mind, body and spirit using a variety of techniques.

For information about how to become part of the live studio audience, contact Dr. Iankowitz directly via email at driankowitz@yahoo.com.

Dr. Iankowitz is the author of Marcy and Her Friends, the book upon which the first half of Marcy’s World is based. She is also a family nurse practitioner for over 30 years, founder and director of Holistic and Integrative Healing LLC, and specializes in stress-management, and facilitating wellness through prevention and early intervention. Visit her Facebook page at Marcy’s World (https://www.facebook.com/MarcyandHerFriends/). For more information about Dr. Iankowitz as a writer, author, and family nurse practitioner, visit www.neciankowtz.com and www.driankowitz.com respectively, or call the office directly at (917) 716-6802.

To learn more about Pawling Public Radio/WPWL 103.7 LP-FM a non-profit, self-supporting radio station, please visit www.pawlingpublicradio.org or contact Bill Bonecutter at info@pawlingpublicradio.org. For programing information, how to volunteer, and to listen, log on to www.pawlingpublicradio.org.




Author: Harlem Valley News