Monday 12/7/15 on WKOK Sunrise with Mark Lawrence: John Shipman-Sunbury City Council member, on the city’s tight budget, holding the line on taxes, and both the myths-and secrets-of budgeting for a city like Sunbury.
Harry Campbell-Pennsylvania Executive Director, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, on the newest issues affecting the bay, the newest ways to address those problems and what we can do to Save The Bay (Recorded).
Fran Zartman-Co-coordinator Sunbury’s Fort Discovery Playground, on the important children’s education and Valley history learning opportunities at Fort Discovery Playground, their ongoing efforts, and the upcoming fundraising Holiday Express Train Rides (Recorded).
Dr. Walter Brasch-Emeritus professor of Journalism, Bloomsburg University, commentator, author and veterans advocate, on the AMA interest in banning direct to consumer ads, and the GOP presidential candidates low marks on a climate test.
Chris Brady-Author, editor Standard-Journal newspaper, on his new book, ‘Remembering Firebase Ripcord.” We’ll discuss the book, the men he has interviewed, his series in the SJ, and the Vietnam War.
Joyce Hendricks-Chairwoman, Friends of the Rudy Gelnett Memorial Library, on the Tree Fest of Children’s Books at Rudy Gelnett Library.
Ann Madison-Publicity coordinator, Selinsgrove Commons Endowment committee, on raising funds for the Selinsgrove Commons maintenance, activities and entertainment.
Jim Wilson-Danville Business Association, and Linda Sterling-Lewisburg Business Alliance, on Small Business Saturday, their downtown promotions, and the work of preserving our downtowns.