‘Street Beat’ Takes On New Year’s Resolutions

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DETROIT (CW50) Study after study shows if you can stick with a resolution for 30 days, you’re well on your way to making a significant change in your life.

So don’t give up.

On an episode of  “Street Beat” airing at 11 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 6, 2013, host Ken Bryant is taking another look at New Year’s resolutions – and what you can do to stick with them.

If this is your year to kick the smoking habit, we have some tips for you from Euphemia “Sue” Franklin, the Treasurer of Tobacco-Free Michigan.

Then Patricia Janeway, Communications Director for the Detroit Zoo, shares how a trip to the zoo is a great place to spend more time with your family.

Next, if this is your year to volunteer and help your community there is plenty to do.  United Way Senior Director of Engagement, Rebecca Thompson, is here to tell us about the volunteer opportunities in Southeastern Michigan.

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Finally, Dr. Nat Pernick, Executive Director of Detroit College Promise, and  scholarship winner Ken Cockrel III explain how you can make dreams come true for all Detroit students.

Tune in to Street Beat Sundays at 11 a.m. on CW50.

Archived video is always available at CW50Detroit.com/streetbeat.
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