4/1/15: 6:10am and 6:40am: Sara has the daily-dig into all of the state and local news of the day. She’ll have some longer interview segments. 7:10am and 7:40am: Beth Stark and Kathryn Long, registered dieticians, Healthy Living Coordinators, Weis Markets, with their dig into the latest diet, fitness and exercise news. They’ll play: FACT or April FOOL? They’ll ask Sara a diet, fitness, nutrition question and she will guess whether it is a fact or April fool and we’ll explain the reasoning behind each one. They’ll have tips for a healthier Easter basket and discuss other topics.
Dr. Nathan Hare, allergist with Allergy Partners of Lewisburg, on spring time allergies: Tree pollen, other pollen allergies, bee stings, and modern treatments for these ailments.
7:40am: Slade Shreck, coordinator, Donkey Basketball, to benefit Newspapers in Education, and some high school students, will talk about the fun, educational, fundraising event coming up next weekend. Details and promotional poster below. They will be on the SBC campus by about 700am or so, for an appearance on 94KX and on WKOK.
7:10am: Dr. Walter Brasch, retired journalism professor, author, commentator, on how the GOP in Washington wants to privatize air traffic control, McDonald’s stores in Va. fired black employees because supervisors said the work force was “too dark,”and free college in Germany for Germans…and Americans. We can discuss the pushback against Gov. Wolf’s nominee for state police commissioner.
7:40am: Movie Mike McGranaghan, movie critic, author, with his review of Hi Mark, “Do You Believe?” We’ll also discuss new movies, and entertainment news: Steven Spielberg set to direct movie version of best-seller “Ready Player One,” Angelina Jolie undergoes preventative ovarian surgery, and Idris Elba to play villain in “Star Trek 3.”
3/26/15: 6:40am: Suzanne Murdza, discussed the upcoming Valuation Fair: Whats it Worth? It is an ‘Antiques Roadshow’ type event this Saturday at the Faith Lutheran Church, Route 45, Lewisburg (Next to Blaise Alexander Ford), 1pm to 4pm, with proceeds benefitting Transitions and the Donald Heiter Community Center.7:10am: Hank Baylor, board member and member of the Heroes Breakfast Committee, discussing open nominations for the various hero awards. They discussed previous events, the upcoming Heroes Breakfast and the good work of the American Red Cross locally.
7:40am: Chris Brady, Managing Editor, The Standard-Journal newspaper, on his coverage of the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam war. He discussed the fascinating interviews and gripping articles about the heroes who–to this day–have enjoyed little recognition and no proper thank-you for their service. He publishes a new article on the local Vietnam veterans each Saturday. www.standard-journal.com.
7:10am: Murray Zlotziver, on the Eliaspalooza, April 4, at the Elias Center for the Performing Arts in Mifflinburg. The first ever, full day festival of original, live music and entertainment, brings together the most talented, creative, original musicians and performs in the broad Central Susquehanna Valley. Than Mitchell is the host.