Former Amorian brings her show to hometown

AMORY – Charla Stegall Young, a 1990 graduate of Amory High School, who worked for WCBI in Columbus for four years as a news commentator and then in Lexington and Louisville, Ky., as a television personality and motivator, felt an even greater calling in her life a couple of years ago. She took her life savings and a dream and turned them into a show that helps others find their power. MC-0108-charlayoung-2C
Her message is “When life gets you down, don’t give up, POWER Up!” She is now taking her Louisville, Ky.-based POWER-talk show, The Charla Young Show: Find Your Power, to nearly 20 new markets across the eastern United States this month, including WLOV in Tupelo. The show, which debuted Jan. 5, airs Sundays at 9 a.m.
The 30-minute talk show hosted by Young will inspire and empower viewers to follow their dreams by sharing the stories of those who beat the odds. POWER Partners also provide expert advice to help viewers begin their journey.
Young will be bringing her show to Amory on Tuesday, Jan. 14, where she plans to visit the Amory Food Pantry and First Baptist Church Mission Center.
“I am excited to be able to come to my hometown and see if the resources from my nonprofit, Charla’s Angels, can help the people. Charla’s Angels, is in memory of my dad, Charlie Stegall, who was always helping others,” Young said.

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