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Cindy White from Roseview Transit stopped by to talk about the public transportation celebrating 80 years in service. Also, Sharlene George from Open Arms Ministries. Finally, Zack and Doug from the Pro Players Fore Parkinson's Golf Outing highlighted this year's event and the goal to surpass 500,000 in total event fundraising over the years.
Greg Rakestraw from Indy 11 Soccer joined the show. He also helped us break down the draft for the Colts and what's up with Andrew Luck. Monica Koechlein from the RSO also talked about the Symphony Night Fever event and why we need a universal calendar.
Sen. Joe Donnelly called in from Washington D.C. Tami Silverman from IYI also called in to talk school safety. Members of the cast of James and the Giant Peach were also in studio. Can't wait to see that show this weekend.
Lisa Suttle with Reid Health stopped by to talk about the decreased use of heroin and the increased use of Meth. It's complicated to find successes, but they are there. Also, Eric Marsh stops by to talk voter registration deadline.
Thanks to Melissa from CIS for coming in and sharing the story of a family that had a complete structure fire. Also, thank you to Leslie Bolser and Zack Parker, who was the producer and editor of the 147 film documentary for the explosion of downtown Richmond
Circle K International IU East members were here to talk about their Bingo night on April 13th to benefit Riley. Also, it's Biz Briefs courtesy of West End. Kyle Wright from IU East talks about Mascot Challenge. Quinn continues his rant on shopping downtown.
It's a Wetnose Wednesday and 2nd Chance Animal Rescue brings in Oliver. He's part lion. Thanks to B&A for sponsoring. Also, Brett Roland talks about the Depot District Starr! Quinn continues his rant on shopping downtown.
Rachel Hughes from the Wayne County Foundation stopped by. Also, Maestro Robert Nance from Heartland Sings and we meet Corey Charles who wants to be in radio. We'll tell him why black coffee is the most important thing to learn.
Maria Haber from Paint the Towne stops by to announce her sponsorship of our Birthdays each day. Alan Stamper with Good News Habitat had some awesome stuff to tell us. And Jon Duke from Wayne EMA talks about spring severe weather and how best to use media.
Pam and Rich from the Richmond Kiwanis Club stopped by to talk about their auction on Saturday. Also, Jennifer OBrien from RCS recapped our school board meeting and Reid Health folks stopped in to talk National Nutritional Month.
It's another Wetnose Wednesday sponsored by Barnhizer & Associates. We meet KOA. Also, Jenie Lahmann from MRL talks about the renovations of the Morrrisson Reeves Library. Karen Pipes calls in from Centerville as they get ready for a fun spring and summer of events and also, why public service is so important.
Jeff Plasterer from the EIRPC is pushing employees to complete a housing study so they can accurately address some workforce issues in East Central Indiana. Ray Ontko stops by to talk Shakes-Beer event that is just about as awesome as it sounds...
We get to meet Zach Clinton who is a miracle in the flesh. Also, Danielle Shockey, CEO of the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana joins the show from the road, and it's a Friday so you know we'll give some free plugs for events happening this weekend.
Here's our full interview with Zach Clinton who tragically collaposed playing basketball at Earlham College and was in a coma for over 40 days and after 94 days at Riley Children's Hospital, came home. His family sat with Quinn to talk about the story.
Dr. Lucinda Wright with the Townsend Community Center stops by to dispell myths about whether TCC still is operational. Hint: It is. John Maley from Whitewater Pro Bono calls in as well as Leslie Bolser from BetterWayToBe.org on #Patience.
Members of the cast of RCT's Tarzan stop by the studio. Also, long time movie buff and co-worker with us, Joe Winters, picks the Oscar winners. We'll give you some events happening in the area this weekend. We call it Free Plug Friday, sponsored by Richmond Baking Company.
On today's show, RCS Super Todd Terrill stops by. Also, Melissa Vance from the Chamber of Commerce. Jeff and I talk mail carriers and their packages and It's another edition of Biz Briefs sponsored by West End Bank.
Joel Davis from New Holland was here to talk about a solar panel clinic for area residents that could save them some serious money stops by. We have Kaitlyn Blansett from Cope Environmental Center here as well and of course, it's our Barnhizer & Associates #wetnosewednesday
We meet Amy from Whitewater Rehabilitation as she talks about getting back into the swing of spring. Talk about the new Richmond Premier Soccer Club. Also, we bring you another edition of Biz Briefs brought to you by West End Bank.