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The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST For Thursday, October 15, 2015. (Entire Afternoons with Amos Broadcast Live From Georgia Reese At The 10th Annual Luncheon Benefitting The Mozel Sanders Thanksgiving Dinner Effort Starts At 0:00 Mark On PODCAST Media Player). A couple of hundreds people packed Georgia Reese Restaurant on Indy’s northwest side Thursday for the 10th Annual Luncheon to benefit the Mozel Sanders Thanksgiving Dinner entry.  The event was started by Afternoons with Amos as a way to help raise funds for the annual Thanksgiving Day event that feeds thousands of needy individuals in Indianapolis.  Community leaders from all parts of the Indianapolis – Political-Civic-Business-Media-Grass Roots-Organized Labor and many more come out and enjoy a great luncheon that’s unique. No speeches, no awards, no speakers.  Just an opportunity to enjoy with friends, colleagues, coworkers and just plain folks helping to raise money to feed the needy.  During a special Afternoons with Amos broadcast, several interviews were done with a number of key leaders. 2015 being an election year and 2016 being one as well, politics was part of the program with interview with GOP Mayor Candidate Chuck Brewer about the state of the Mayor’s race in its final three weeks.  Eric Holcomb was formerly Chair of Indiana’s Republican Party.  he’s now become a candidate. One of several Republicans running for the US Senate in the 2016 election to replace retiring Senator Dan Coats.  Amos talked with both candidates, along with Congressman Andre Carson getting his reaction to President Barack Obama‘s somewhat surprise decision that American troops will remain in Afghanistan after 2016. The new leader of IU Health System, Dennis Murphy talked with Amos along with another new key IU Health Leader IU Health VP/Supply Chair Dennis Mullins. The General Managers of Fox 59 & CBS 4 Paul Rennie and WRTV/Channel 6’s Larry Blackerby talked about their station’s programming and efforts. A group of Kappa Alpha Psi alumni members bought a whole table at the Mozel Sanders dinner and talked about the importance of Black Greek organizations taking advantage of helping the needy in the community.  Education Activist Carole Craig talked about some key changes in high school diploma requirements that could harm African-American students. WISH-TV/Channel 8 Anchor Lori Wilson and Public Affairs Director Tina Cosby and Daybreak Anchor Scott Sanders also weighed in on their station’s activities and hosting the first mayoral media debate of the 2015 campaign season.  The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST For Thursday, October 15, 2015 LIVE From The 10th Annual Luncheon Benefitting the Mozel Sanders ThanksGiving Dinner Efforts Runs 92 Minutes. ©2015 WTLC/Radio One. PODCAST Starts After Brief Video Ad.