Monday 6:10am and 6:40am: The weekend recap, reviewing all of the weekend’s top stories, a commentary from Dr. Walter Brasch, live AccuWeather with Brian Thompson 7:10am and 7:40am: Steven Stumbris, director, Bucknell University Small Business Center, recapping my first lesson in ‘starting a business’ and the new crop of entrepreneurs in the incubator. Also, an upcoming Tech Meetup.
Dr. Walter Brasch, emeritus professor of journalism, Bloomsburg University, on the hypocrites in the US House (eminent domain vote), why so many illegal immigrants are being deported lately, and Biggert Waters; how the GOP congressmen around here passed a law—so they could find out what was in it.
Anne Smith, communications coordinator, SUN Area chapter American Red Cross, on the upcoming Heroes Breakfast, the blood shortage, fire help lately and other issues.
James Goode, Bloomsburg Theater Ensemble, director The 39 Steps, founding member BTE. We’ll discuss the play, which is a ‘Spy story with a twist of comedy,’ and the value of live performance arts, and the superlative artistic oasis that is BTE.
Beth Stark, Health Living Coordinator, Weis Markets, and Kathryn Log we’ll find out about an easy, nutritious cover story dish. They’ll be ‘cookin’ in-studio!’
Meghan Beck, president Sunbury Revitalization Inc., and John Deppen, veterans and community advocate, on the SRI Veterans Banner program.
Tara Michaels, Business Manager for the Central PA Aphasia Center.
6:40am: Pastor Kerry Walter, Holy Spirit parish of the American National Catholic Church, and independent Catholic church. We’ll discuss their parish, as well as Ash Wednesday and Lent.
7:10am and 7:40am: Daphne Cook, Snook, acting superintend Midd-West School District, and Amy Morton, CSIU Chief Academic Officer, on standardized testing: The good, the bad and the opportunity.