Swope Health has launched a new video podcast called One on One with Swope Health, and the first episode is available now.
The podcast features Eric Wesson, managing editor and publisher of The Call, in conversation with Kansas Citians about issues of importance to the community’s health and wellbeing.
In this first episode, Eric talks with Bob Kendrick, president of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. The discussion addresses the July 24, 2022, celebration of Buck O’Neil’s induction to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY.
Bob, as always, delivers a can’t-miss story, discussing:
- His personal journey from Crawfordville, Georgia, to Kansas City
- His love of Buck O’Neil, who was a friend and mentor, and his continuing mission to honor Buck (“I try to be more Buck-like,” he says.)
- The power of Buck O’Neil’s spirit
- The importance of celebrating Buck’s success and the success of the Negro Leagues
“This podcast allows Swope Health to connect to the community in so many different ways,” said Eric. “Most importantly, it allows the community to connect with Swope Health on a whole new platform. I’m excited about the potential of this program and what it can do.”
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