Talking all things 4H with Kaitlyn Peine of K-State Research and Extension Douglas County. Also, details on a new leadership program for middle school and high school students.
Talking with Tom Buller, Horticulture Agent for K-State Research and Extension Douglas County. Topics today include the ongoing conference season, the no-till concept, soil biology, and upcoming events.
Talking all things agriculture in Douglas County with Roberta Wyckoff of K-State Research and Extension.
One of the most comfortable cold nights of the winter season...the annual Junior Achievement Beach Ball! A night to relax "beachside" in the middle of February with clothing, drinks, food, and music--all in warm ocean side style!
Today we talk with Debbie Harmon and April Del Campo from Junior Achievement of Lawrence for a preview of this signature event! Janice Early serves as chairperson for this year's event, and brings us an update on the preparations for the exciting live auction, the famous seahorse race, and the reason for the big night--Junior Achievement's mission to bring vital skills to thousands of Lawrence children!
Plus, a big announcement for this year! The growing popularity of the event has the JA Beach Ball going into a larger space! All the details you need in the podcast.
It's time to Go Red for Women! That means wearing red, but it also means increasing awareness of heart disease and stroke, and inspiring women to take charge of their own heart health! One way to do that is by going to the Lawrence Go Red for Women Luncheon, presented by the American Heart Association!
Today we talk with DeEtta Lee of the American Heart Association about the entire event, and Robin Ward, who will be sharing her story and perspective at the event, on the importance of knowledge and skills to help those you love.
Here's a preview of Lawrence Go Red for Women, and an invitation to all women!
Eric and Jeremy talk with Amy Kelly of Theatre Lawrence for a preview of one of their biggest single-night events of the year, Dueling Duos! In the past it's been Divas, it's been Dukes...but this year is all about the duo. Eight duos are vying for your vote, and one dollar is one vote!
C.J. Janovy is the author of a new book, No Place Like Home: Lessons in Activism from LGBT Kansas.
(courtesy: University Press of Kansas)
Eric begins with a brief description of the book from the publisher, and then goes further into a preview of the book with the author herself, as Janovy talks about her research into the geography, timeline, and people of the LGBT civil rights movement in Kansas.
Talking with Roger Steinbrock of Lawrence Parks and Recreation today. After a quick tangent on 80s music, we switched over to workout music as people plan their fitness and LPRD offers resources.
Amanda Davis is one of the creators and organizers of this now-annual winter event in Lawrence to support the Relay for Life later this year!
Amanda has all the details on this ladies night out with food, dancing, prizes and gifts, and of course, the bachelor auction.
Eric and Jeremy talk with Erica Fox Zabusky of the Lawrence Opera Theatre, and Will Hickox of the Watkins Museum of History, as their organizations partner for an upcoming night of performances.
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