Kaitlyn Peine is 4H Youth Development Director for K-State Research and Extension Douglas County. Today she is joined by a 4H member, Jordan Pine, to preview the upcoming county fair!
Rebecca Buford serves as Executive Director of Tenants to Homeowners, a non-profit organization in Lawrence that assists first time home buyers, and provides resources toward affordable housing opportunities.
Roger Steinbrock of Lawrence Parks and Recreation stops in with a preview of two massive athletic events coming to town over the next two weeks. Also, details on the City Band finale and a popular city spot during the heat (hint: cannonball!).
Checking in with Health Care Access for a summer update. They are still able to accept new patients who don't have health insurance, and provide primary care. There are several great events coming up that will benefit their work and health care resources. Jennifer Stucker and Beth Llewellyn join Eric for all the details.
A full house! Miss Hailey is back, this time with the cast of The Aristocats, a children's production that will feature two shows in July. Jeremy Taylor talks with members of the cast and crew who have been hard at work this summer!
Susan Johnson of K-State Research and Extension Douglas County. She has a menu update on the summer meals program for children, along with a county fair preview.
KLWN's Joel Becker visits with author David Lewis, and plays a few audio excerpts of his stories.
KLWN's Joel Becker talks with Tom Prendergast about the Kansas City Men's Senior Baseball League.
KLWN's Joel Becker talks with Tom Buller, Horticulture Agent for K-State Research and Extension Douglas County.
Talking all things agriculture with Roberta Wyckoff, Agriculture Agent for K-State Research and Extension Douglas County. Topics today include green snap, noxious weeds, and weather impacts.
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