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Terri Clark Nominated for CMA Awards Weekly National Broadcast Personality of the Year

Terri Clark has been nominated for Weekly National Broadcast Personality of the Year at the 55th Annual CMA Awards! This is the second time Terri has been nominated for a CMA Award for hosting her weekly national radio show, Country Gold. Tune in to the awards on Wednesday, November 10th on ABC and keep an eye out to see if Terri wins.

Don’t forget to tune in to Country Gold each week to hear your favorite artists of yesterday, live with Terri! Click HERE for stations and air times.

Frontline Friday – Maritza Rodriguez

I’m honored to post stories of frontline workers. I want to personally thank them for their hard work and for reminding us that hard times don’t create heroes, they reveal them. – Terri 

To nominate a frontline worker, click HERE.

Roy Rodriguez Tribute To Maritza Rodriguez 

My daughter Maritza Rodriguez (EMT) and her fellow first responder family Med-Care EMS… Every other day she goes off to work a 24 hour shifts. She never complains, she loves her job. ❤️  God Bless her and all of our first responders during this pandemic 😷 🚑.

 

 

Frontline Friday – Carolyn Popovich -Jones

I’m honored to post stories of frontline workers. I want to personally thank them for their hard work and for reminding us that hard times don’t create heroes, they reveal them. – Terri 

To nominate a frontline worker, click HERE.

Rebecca Popovich Tribute to Carolyn Popovich – Jones

I would like to nominate my mom. She works hard every day to make sure the seniors and those who are homebound get a delicious and nutritious meal. She makes meals for 300-400 people every day. If the weather is bad, she helps prepare blizzard boxes so people have enough meals for a few days if the kitchen can’t be open. Her and her team work hard but they have fun too from time to time. I know it can’t be easy cooking for that many people day in and day out, but she does it with a smile on her face and sometimes with added humor. My mom is my frontline hero!

 

 

Frontline Friday – Lucinda Janes

I’m honored to post stories of frontline workers. I want to personally thank them for their hard work and for reminding us that hard times don’t create heroes, they reveal them. – Terri 

To nominate a frontline worker, click HERE.

Michael Janes Tribute to Lucinda Janes

My amazing wife has been on the frontline of this pandemic from day one. She was on scene when the first confirmed COVID patient was brought into the hospital she works at and hasn’t missed a day since. There have been times that she comes home and heads directly to the shower and throws her scrubs in a garbage bag before she will let me or the kids near her. She never stops and yet she still finds the time and strength to be an incredible mother to our children and an amazing partner to me. This incredible woman is an inspiration to our entire family and for these reasons and so many more I am nominating my wife, Lucinda Janes.

 

 

Frontline Friday – Amy Holm

I’m honored to post stories of frontline workers. I want to personally thank them for their hard work and for reminding us that hard times don’t create heroes, they reveal them. – Terri 

To nominate a frontline worker, click HERE.

Melissa Holm’s Tribute to Amy Holm

I want to nominate my wife because she works extremely hard to keep the city of Hamilton safe. Despite the jail being declared an outbreak she didn’t miss a beat. She is dedicated to her job and sure is making a difference. We need more people like her in this world!

 

 

Frontline Friday – Briar Fulcher

I’m honored to post stories of frontline workers. I want to personally thank them for their hard work and for reminding us that hard times don’t create heroes, they reveal them. – Terri 

To nominate a frontline worker, click HERE.

Charlene Fulcher’s Tribute to Briar Fulcher

My daughter has been working as an RPN at our hospital during this pandemic. She’s pregnant and can’t get the vaccine but she still goes to work and takes care of her patients.

 

 

Frontline Friday – Kendra William

I’m honored to post stories of frontline workers. I want to personally thank them for their hard work and for reminding us that hard times don’t create heroes, they reveal them. – Terri 

To nominate a frontline worker, click HERE.

Kristina Lock’s Tribute to Kendra William

My sister, Kendra, is a nurse in Lindsay, ON. She is married with two boys and loves her nursing job! When we were growing up she actually belonged to the Terri Clark fan club so we’ve probably been to over 100 of your concerts and we always loved going backstage to meet you. You were always so kind and such a great Canadian! Another funny thing when Kendra did her placement for nursing we also worked with your mom’s sister at a nursing home in Ontario. Small world!

 

 

Frontline Friday – Leah Sinnet

I’m honored to post stories of frontline workers. I want to personally thank them for their hard work and for reminding us that hard times don’t create heroes, they reveal them. – Terri 

To nominate a frontline worker, click HERE.

Lashana Morphew’s Tribute to Leah Sinnet

Leah has worked at Nucor Steel Crawfordsville for 30 years. She is 62 years old and was Frontline Hero for all of us steel workers from day 1. 760 plus employees. She deserves the up most recognition!!! She is the mom to all of us!!

Frontline Friday – Kevin Carnrite

I’m honored to post stories of frontline workers. I want to personally thank them for their hard work and for reminding us that hard times don’t create heroes, they reveal them. – Terri 

To nominate a frontline worker, click HERE.

Jackie Hart’s Tribute to Kevin Carnrite

Kevin is a frontline worker at a long term care home in Perth. He is a recreation aide and has helped plan and facilitate numerous events and activities for the residents to keep them active and engaged. The last year has created challenges for the recreation department to create in house events. Kevin has shown his creative side bringing social events to the residents and maintained a full social calendar for them to enjoy. Thank you Kevin for all you do for the residents and keeping them safe during these challenging times. I’d also like to wish Kevin another happy covid birthday, which was May 17!!!

 

Frontline Friday – Annie Waller

I’m honored to post stories of frontline workers. I want to personally thank them for their hard work and for reminding us that hard times don’t create heroes, they reveal them. – Terri 

To nominate a frontline worker, click HERE.

Missy Waller’s Tribute to Annie Waller

Annie Waller is a “Kinship Coordinator” for KVC Kansas- Caring for Children & Families in Crisis.  She works with the relatives and “non-related” kin to help provide safe & loving homes for children who are not able to be cared for by their biological parents. The goal is for the child to feel safe and secure in a familiar and living environment.

Her hours are CRAZY. Quite often 7 days a week and late into the evening. It’s heart-wrenching and these children come from unimaginable situations that are completely out of their control.  The pay is minimal but Annie would never leave a child without a smile on his or her face who doesn’t feel the least bit safe.
Home visits can be the hardest, and where she has seen the worst of the worst. Quite often there are kids who are withdrawn & won’t speak to anyone. Annie has a way about her that makes them smile and even laugh. She touches the hearts of everyone with whom she comes in contact.
She and the people she works with are true heroes.

 

American Songwriter: Terri Clark Pays Tribute to Fellow Artists and Industry Folks

Terri spoke with American Songwriter about hew latest song, “The Highway.” Read an excerpt below and the full article HERE.

Eight years after Holly Williams released “The Highway” as the title track of her 2013 album, Canadian country star Terri Clark, reincarnates the mournful track under a painfully relevant new context.

“The song is about having what you know ripped from you,” says Clark. “In this case, it’s not just what I know, but my fans, staff, band, venues, bar owners, bus drivers—everyone’s livelihood. We are the last ones that get to get back to doing what we love to do and need to do.”

“The Highway” first resonated with Clark several years ago when she left the road life for a morning show she committed to that had her up daily by 3:30 a.m. The demanding schedule kept her from performing and took a toll on her mental health as she “wasn’t doing what [she] was put here to do.” Clark recalls, “Every time this song played from Holly’s album, I would start weeping.” Fast forward to 2020, and the lyrical content took on a new meaning. “I heard it for all of us,” she continues. “I want so badly to get back out there, so this holds such a universal sentiment at the moment.”

 

Frontline Friday – Kelly Richards

I’m honored to post stories of frontline workers. I want to personally thank them for their hard work and for reminding us that hard times don’t create heroes, they reveal them. – Terri 

To nominate a frontline worker, click HERE.

Tara Rocchio’s Tribute to Kelly Richards

My niece Kelly works at a nursing home that specializes in patients with Dementia and Alzheimer’s. When CoViD hit the nursing home, none of the recreational therapists wanted to work with the ill patients. Nobody but Kelly that is. Despite knowing that she would have to isolate and not be able to visit her dying grandfather, or be there to console her mother when he passed, she bravely volunteered to work in the CoViD ward and proceeded to brighten the lives of those fighting this terrible virus. She sat by their bedsides, held their hands, conducting video chats with their families and did everything she could to keep their spirits up. Kelly has missed a lot in the last year as she continues to work with CoViD patients and deserves recognition for all that she does for others. She is truly my hero.