Talking with Ric Averill, director of the new production Catch Me If You Can. It's the first show of Theatre Lawrence's new season!
A September update from the Lawrence Humane Society! Meghan Scheibe stops by with details on their signature event, the Fur Ball, including this year's theme. Our radio stations also donated some really cool concert tickets for the silent auction. Also, more on the cat sheriff in town, known as Ferrari.
Also, updates on the efforts to build a new facility, and animal assistance for hurricane victims.
Talking all things nutrition and food safety with Susan Johnson of K-State Research and Extension Douglas County. Topics include Mediterranean diets and guidelines for health, upcoming workshops in cooking, olive oil, and a good chicken wing strategy!
On today's show, a preview of the first production in the 41st season at Theatre Lawrence. Alex Castanada and Lakin Bell join KLWN to talk about their roles in the upcoming production of Catch Me If You Can.
Miss Hailey talks after-school SOTI's, and Development Director Linda Honeyman talks trips to other theatre experiences across the country!
Talking with Teri Smith, Director of Douglas County Emergency Management, about a number of topics to help prepare for emergencies large and small.
Talking with Marlin Bates, Executive Director for K-State Research and Extension Douglas County. He provides information on upcoming events and initiatives, including a new grant project and an extension office milestone.
Each year, Lawrence Memorial Hospital holds the Penny Jones Open golf tournament to honor the legacy of Dr. H.P. "Penny" Jones, who served the Lawrence medical community for 60 years. Today we talk about Dr. Jones, the tournament in his honor, and the benefits to patients with each year of support. We talk with the LMH Endowment Association, a longtime partner of the event, and this year's host of the tournament.
Kay Traver serves as chair on this year's board for the Lawrence St. Patrick's Day Parade. For more than 30 years now, the group has combined efforts and events each year to collect money for youth organizations in Douglas County, culminating with the parade every March 17.
Kay talks history, taking us back to the origin of the parade that first raised $500, and is now set to cross the million-dollar mark for its total donations over the decades.
And, in this conversation, Kay reveals the youth organizations that will become beneficiaries for the 2018 parade!
Talking with Roberta Wyckoff, Agriculture Agent for K-State Research and Extension Douglas County. Topics include rain impacts on crops and livestock, upcoming workshops and seminars, soil testing time, cover crops, and the lore of the best ice cream in the state of Kansas.
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