Monthly Archives: November 2009

The Opening of a New Hope for Florida

By James Saunders Friday, November 13 – Today I got the honor of attending the ribbon cutting ceremony of a place that has the capability of changing the lives of countless teens, the Reality Check Program. This program, run by Lawrence Lawton and Joe Reilly is very possibly the answer this state has been looking […] Read the Rest…

REALITY CHECK BUSINESS CENTER

GRAND OPENING AND RIBBON CUTTING Help us celebrate the grand opening and ribbon cutting of our new executive office suite center – The Reality Check Business Center. Friday, Nov 13th, 2009, 5pm – 7pm. Lawrence Lawton, Steve Hurley & Joe Reilly Cordially Invite You to Attend Our Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening Of Reality Check […] Read the Rest…

Lawrence Lawton Meets with Staten Island DA

Progress is being made towards the Reality Check Programs expansion plans into the New York area. In early October, Lawrence Lawton met with representatives from the Queens District Attorney’s office and the Staten Island District Attorney’s office including a meeting with Daniel M. Donovan Jr., the District Attorney for Staten Island (pictured here with Lawton). […] Read the Rest…

Reality Check Radio, Upcoming Guests

• Congressman Bill Posey – Saturday, 11/07/09 • Sheriff Jack Parker – Saturday, 11/14/09 • Check out our guest bio’s – Click Here • Saturday Mornings, 8am – 9am or worldwide on the internet www.realitycheckradio.org

City of Palm Bay Helps Renovate Office Building

Palm Bay, Florida – The Reality Check Business Center was thrilled to receive a check from Bob Williams, the Administrator for the City of Palm Bay’s Bayfront “Restore” Commercial Façade Program. The $ 9184.64 check was a matching amount for improvements to the Reality Check Business Center façade including building painting, new front doors, tile […] Read the Rest…

Notes from Reality Check President & Founder- Lawrence Lawton

As President and Founder of the Reality Check Program I deal with teens and young adults every day. I was invited to the Crime Workshop hosted by County Commissioner Robin Fisher to give “solutions” and was told it was a workshop to find ways to reduce crime and help our young people. It turned into […] Read the Rest…